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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Karthikaipoo / Gloriosa Lily - Bamboo Cotton Muslin Blanket

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Karthikaipoo / Gloriosa Lily - Bamboo Cotton Muslin Blanket

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    **This design is the first in the Shining Light series - a line of designs created by Her Sun & Stars Co. seeking to create positive change in this world.  A portion of the proceeds from this specific design will go towards funding projects in Tamil Eelam (Tamil Homeland in the North Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka).  We will be partnering with Palmera - an organization that innovates sustainable livelihoods for the most vulnerable in Tamil Eelam.**
    Since Sri Lanka gained independence from Britain in 1948, relations between the majority Sinhalese and minority Tamil communities have been strained.  Rising ethnic and political tensions, along with ethnic pogroms called out by Sinhalese mobs in 1956, 1958, 1977, 1981 and 1983, led to the formation and strengthening of militant groups advocating independence for Tamils. The ensuing civil war resulted in the deaths of more than 100,000 people and the forced disappearance of thousands of others.  The civil war ended in 2009 but there are continuing allegations of atrocities being committed by the Sri Lankan Military.  A United Nations panel found that as many as 40,000 Tamil civilians may have been killed in the final months of the civil war.  In January 2020, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said that the estimated 20,000+ abducted Sri Lankan Tamil civilians were dead.  The end of the civil war has not improved conditions in Sri Lanka, with press freedom not being restored and the judiciary coming under political control.   

    "Karthikaipoo" or Gloriosa Lily has been proclaimed the official national flower of Eelam Tamils.  The lily has the spectrum of colours contained in the Tamil Eelam national flag.  In November, the month of Tamil Heroes’ Day celebrations, this flower ubiquitously spreads, sprouts new shoots and blooms throughout the North Eastern part of Sri Lanka.**
    Our signature bamboo cotton muslin blankets are the perfect addition to your collection. The bamboo and cotton blend allows the blanket to be super soft and breathable for your little one. You can use it as a nursing cover, large swaddle, blanket for tummy time, cuddle time (our favourite), and more! These blankets can be a great surprise for an expecting parent or for any special little one in your life. 

    Sizing Information

    Our signature muslin blankets come in one size - 47" x 47".

     Environmental Efforts

    All of our packaging is earth-friendly. Please place your cellophane packing slip, product care card in the recycling and biodegradable shipping mailer in your home compost (green bin) when you are done with them. 

     Care Instructions

    Cleaning Products: Recommended to use paraben-free detergents labelled “sensitive-skin” or “eco-friendly”.
    Avoid: Fabric softener, detergents with fabric softener, detergents with dye and scents.  Pods are not recommended.
    Wash: Wash your muslin blanket on warm with similar colours. Do not bleach.
    Dry: Hang to dry, do not tumble dry.

    Extra Information

    Please note colours may print slightly darker or lighter than what appears on your screen due to colour calibration settings on monitors.  

    Please do not leave your child unattended in our swaddles.

    For turnaround information, please see our Order/Return Policy.

    Your satisfaction and experience with our shop is our highest priority.  
    Please feel free to contact us through our Contact Form with any questions you might have.


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