Welcome To Tamaala

“Tamaala” is the evergreen tree supporting all native art & craft. We’re a Bengaluru based social arts organisation founded in 2015. We currently support livelihoods of over 145 village & tribal artisans, across 40 regions in India. We operate an art studio in J P Nagar, South Bangalore where we showcase these works as well as conduct discussions & workshops. Tamaala has been recognised by IIT Kanpur SEE Program (in association with IIM Bangalore), as one of the top 7 social startups from Bangalore.

Featured products

Some glimpses from the exciting world of Indian art & craft.

Pure clay Ganesha – 4 Inches

Pure clay Ganesha – 4 Inches
140.00

Idol Description:-
Pond clay is toxin free and these particular idols germinate into basil plants.
By opting for Idols/Murti’s which are eco-friendly, sustainable, and dissolve in water you can stay home and save the planet.
These Idols/Murti’s give you the option to carry out home visarjan’s. In addition, our door to door delivery allows you to have the opportunity to not endanger yourself but at the same time enjoy this festival as you usually would.
We encourage you to opt for these home delivery and eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka idols to keep yourself safe as well as save your planet.
Idol Specifications:-
Height of the Idol : 4 inch
Delivery Instructions:-
This eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka murthi will include a door to door home delivery system – the pricing of which depends on the distance from the shipping point ( J P Nagar Bengaluru ( Courier ranges from INR 30- INR 450 to various points of Bengaluru) & Mandi Mohalla Mysuru ( courier ranges from INR 30 – INR 60 to various points of Mysuru) ) . The idol you order will be deliver to the home address which will be provided. This particular idol will be delivered to the following places.
Bangalore Urban
Mysore Urban

Pure clay Ganesha – 6 Inches

Pure clay Ganesha – 6 Inches
200.00

Idol Description:-
Pond clay is toxin free and these particular idols germinate into basil plants.
By opting for Idols/Murti’s which are eco-friendly, sustainable, and dissolve in water you can stay home and save the planet.
These Idols/Murti’s give you the option to carry out home visarjan’s. In addition, our door to door delivery allows you to have the opportunity to not endanger yourself but at the same time enjoy this festival as you usually would.
We encourage you to opt for these home delivery and eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka idols to keep yourself safe as well as save your planet.
Idol Specifications:-
Height of the Idol : 6 inch
Delivery Instructions:-
This eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka murthi will include a door to door home delivery system – the pricing of which depends on the distance from the shipping point ( J P Nagar Bengaluru ( Courier ranges from INR 30- INR 450 to various points of Bengaluru) & Mandi Mohalla Mysuru ( courier ranges from INR 30 – INR 60 to various points of Mysuru) ) . The idol you order will be deliver to the home address which will be provided. This particular idol will be delivered to the following places.
Bangalore Urban
Mysore Urban

Pure clay Ganesha – 8 Inches

Pure clay Ganesha – 8 Inches
300.00

Idol Description:-
Pond clay is toxin free and these particular idols germinate into basil plants.
By opting for Idols/Murti’s which are eco-friendly, sustainable, and dissolve in water you can stay home and save the planet.
These Idols/Murti’s give you the option to carry out home visarjan’s. In addition, our door to door delivery allows you to have the opportunity to not endanger yourself but at the same time enjoy this festival as you usually would.
We encourage you to opt for these home delivery and eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka idols to keep yourself safe as well as save your planet.
Idol Specifications:-
Height of the Idol : 8 inch
Delivery Instructions:-
This eco-friendly Ganesha/Ganesh/Vinayaka murthi will include a door to door home delivery system – the pricing of which depends on the distance from the shipping point ( J P Nagar Bengaluru ( Courier ranges from INR 30- INR 450 to various points of Bengaluru) & Mandi Mohalla Mysuru ( courier ranges from INR 30 – INR 60 to various points of Mysuru) ) . The idol you order will be deliver to the home address which will be provided. This particular idol will be delivered to the following places.
Bangalore Urban
Mysore Urban

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Adisinodu

Adisinodu
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)

Adisinodu

Adisinodu
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. A well rounded toy for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship of how the doll gets back to position due to good planning of centre of gravity.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. However, they have been hand-painted with oil colors, hence not suitable for children. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

Akshaya Patra

Akshaya Patra
2,000.00 1,800.00

Akshaya Patra

Akshaya Patra
2,000.00 1,800.00

In this popular scene from the Epic Mahabharata :
One day, Krishna suddenly came to visit the Pandavas, with his group of friends . The Pandavas received Krishna with traditional ceremony, and they all sat down and began talking happily. However, Draupadi did not come out of the house to greet Krishna. Instead, she was sitting and weeping in the kitchen. After some time, Krishna sensed that something was wrong. He made an excuse of wanting to drink water and entered the kitchen and had a word with her. With tears in her eyes, Draupadi bowed her head before Krishna and showed him (offered him with both hands) an empty pot in which she had cooked rice that morning, and said “This is all I have in my kitchen, Krishna.” The pot was empty and she did not have any more rice in the house. But Krishna said to her: “Thank you sister, this is all I need. Look carefully. Is your rice-pot really empty? Can my sister’s kitchen ever be empty of food? Look carefully.” Draupadi looked, and she found a single grain of rice stuck inside the pot. Krishna said “A single grain of rice, if offered to God with love and humility, becomes the beeja (primordial seed) which feeds and satiates the whole universe.” He then ate that single grain of rice, and at that time, for that day, the whole universe was stomach-full and satiated. There was no hunger in the entire world that day, and of course Krishna’s retinue and all of Draupadi’s other guests were satiated. This miraculous divine episode happened on the day which is commemorated as “Akshaya Tritiya” every year, and it occurs around the time of the spring harvest in April-May every year. ( source Wikipedia )

Ashtalakshmi

Ashtalakshmi
1,800.00 1,600.00

Ashtalakshmi

Ashtalakshmi
1,800.00 1,600.00

A must have in any doll collection, this features the Ashtalakshmi set, or the 8 forms of the Goddess Lakshmi. These clay dolls are 5 inches tall.

The order of placement being –
1. Adi/Maha Lakshmi   – Original form of Lakshmi.
2. Dhana Lakshmi        – The Goddess of Wealth.
3. Dhanya Lakshmi      – The Goddess of agricultural wealth.
4. Gaja Lakshmi           – The giver of prosperity, abundance.
5. Santana Lakshmi     -The Goddess of bestowing offspring.
6. Veera Lakshmi         – The Goddess who bestows bravery, courage & strength
7. Vijaya Lakshmi         – The Goddess of victory, in all forms of battles and everyday life.                    8. Vidya Lakshmi          – The goddess and the bestower of knowledge of arts and sciences.

Bhima & Hanuman

Bhima & Hanuman
1,400.00 1,200.00

Bhima & Hanuman

Bhima & Hanuman
1,400.00 1,200.00

This popular scene from the Epic Mahabharata illustrates the scene where Bhima is tested by Hanuman.

During his search for the Saugandhika flower, Bhima saw an old monkey, lying in the path, whose long tail was outstretched. Bhima asked the monkey to move the tail blocking his path. But, the monkey replied saying he’s too old and had no strength to do that and requested Bhima to do it instead. Outraged at being commanded by someone inferior to him, he grabbed the monkey’s tail with his left hand with intention of swirling him via it and sending him in air and to his surprise he wasn’t able to move it. So, he used both his hands and all his might but wasn’t able to raise it. Defeated and surprised he asked the monkey for forgiveness with joined hands. The monkey revealed its true-self, Hanuman (his brother, as both were Vayu’s children). Bhima received Hanuman’s blessing in the form of increased strength. He warned Bhima of the path ahead, blessed him of victory in all his endeavours and left.

Buddha

Buddha
950.00 850.00

Buddha

Buddha
950.00 850.00

This is a medium sized set of idol of Gautama Buddha.

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Buddha ( Wooden)

Buddha ( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)

Buddha ( Wooden)

Buddha ( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. A well rounded toy for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

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Carnatic Trinity

Carnatic Trinity
2,000.00 1,800.00

Carnatic Trinity

Carnatic Trinity
2,000.00 1,800.00

These are medium sized dolls about 10 inches in height and 7 inches wide.

The musical trinity – Tyagaraja and his contemporaries, Shyama Shastri and Muthuswami Dikshitar, were regarded as the Trinity of Carnatic music. Tyagaraja composed thousands of devotional compositions, most in Telugu and in praise of Lord Rama, many of which remain popular today

Śyāma Śastri did not compose as so many kritis as his two prolific contemporaries, his compositions are still well known due to the literary, melodic and rhythmic proficiency observed in them. It is said that he composed about three hundred pieces in all.

Muthuswami Dikshitar’s compositions, of which around 500 are commonly known, are noted for their elaborate and poetic descriptions of Hindu gods and temples and for capturing the essence of the raga forms through the vainika (veena) style that emphasises gamakas.

Dasara Procession

Dasara Procession
10,000.00 9,500.00

Dasara Procession

Dasara Procession
10,000.00 9,500.00

The famous Mysore Dasara procession is depicted in this scene. This is a large doll display and will take a space of about 2 metres by 1 metre or 6 feet by 3 feet. The dolls are between 10 inches – 15 inches tall.

Dashavatara – Medium

Dashavatara – Medium
1,800.00 1,600.00

Dashavatara – Medium

Dashavatara – Medium
1,800.00 1,600.00

A must have in any doll collection, this features the Dashavatara set, or the 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu. These clay dolls are 5 inches tall.

The order of placement being L to R – 1.Matsya, 2.Koorma, 3.Varaaha, 4.Narasimha, 5.Vaamana, 6.Parashuraama, 7.Raama, 8.Krishna, 9.Buddha 10.Kalki

Dashavatara – Small

Dashavatara – Small
1,200.00 1,100.00

Dashavatara – Small

Dashavatara – Small
1,200.00 1,100.00

A must have in any doll collection, this features the Dashavatara set, or the 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu. These clay dolls are 4.5 inches tall.

The order of placement being – 1.Matsya, 2.Koorma, 3.Varaaha, 4.Narasimha, 5.Vaamana, 6.Parashuraama, 7.Raama, 8.Krishna, 9.Buddha 10.Kalki

Doll couple sitting

Doll couple sitting
2,700.00 2,500.00

Doll couple sitting

Doll couple sitting
2,700.00 2,500.00

This is a medium sized clay traditional style doll couple, 12 inches tall and 7 inches wide.

Doll couple standing

Doll couple standing
2,400.00 2,200.00

Doll couple standing

Doll couple standing
2,400.00 2,200.00

This is a medium sized clay traditional style doll couple, 12 inches tall and 7 inches wide.

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Aadu Huli Aata

Aadu Huli Aata
1,200.00 880.00 (price-incl-tax)

Aadu Huli Aata

Aadu Huli Aata
1,200.00 880.00 (price-incl-tax)

Two people can play this game. One person is the goat (defender) and the other the tiger (challenger). The challenger has 3 tigers while the defender has 16 goats. The aim of the game is for the tiger to kill 5 goats while the defender tries to surround the 3 tigers in such a way that the challenger cannot make a move.

1,200.00 880.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

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Adisinodu

Adisinodu
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)

Adisinodu

Adisinodu
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. A well rounded toy for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship of how the doll gets back to position due to good planning of centre of gravity.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. However, they have been hand-painted with oil colors, hence not suitable for children. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

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Ali Guli Mane

Ali Guli Mane
1,000.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)

Ali Guli Mane

Ali Guli Mane
1,000.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)

It is similar to Chenne Mane in Tulunaadu (Coastal Karnataka) Akal Patta ( Northern Karnataka ) Vamana Guntalu ( Andhra Pradesh ) Kuzhipara (in Kerala), and Pallanguzhi ( Tamil Nadu )… There are also similarities with the traditional Indonesian Mancala game Congkak, Srilanka ( Chonka ) and many many more .

 

PS – Mancala is a generic name for two-player turn-based strategy board games.

1,000.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

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Buddha ( Wooden)

Buddha ( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)

Buddha ( Wooden)

Buddha ( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. A well rounded toy for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

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Chauka Bara

Chauka Bara
800.00 650.00 (price-incl-tax)

Chauka Bara

Chauka Bara
800.00 650.00 (price-incl-tax)

Chauka Bara is a traditional Indian game in which two to four players race their respective coins on a board of 5×5 squares to reach the innermost square. The movement of coins is controlled by a throw of four cowrie shells which is explained in the game rules. Since each player has four coins, he can decide which coin to move. Since the movement of the coins spiral into the home, each player enters the next circle from next to their own home, taking risks & playing safe is all possible in this exciting game of strategy.

The player pawns are all lac turned and made using organic colors by the Channapatna crafts people. Sixteen pawns ( 4 in each colour ) are provided for a maximum of four players to this game. Four medium sized Cowry shells serve as the dice to the game.

The mat measures 15 inches square and is hand printed and hand tailored to finish.

Instruction leaflet provided.

 

 

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Family Doll ( Matryoshka doll style )

Family Doll ( Matryoshka doll style )
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)

Family Doll ( Matryoshka doll style )

Family Doll ( Matryoshka doll style )
500.00 450.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. Two turned, hand painted five small sized wooden dolls ( 5 Inches tall to 1 inch tall ).
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship. The dolls go into one another and neatly fit.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. However, they have been hand-painted with oil colors, hence not suitable for children. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

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Farmer with Plough

Farmer with Plough
900.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)

Farmer with Plough

Farmer with Plough
900.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. Hand turned, hand painted large sized wooden Farmer doll ( 12 Inches tall = 1 feet tall ) with a detachable plough.
  2. The plough affixes to the farmers shoulder area through a slot.
  3. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the rural pride of India.
  4. Can be used as return gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriages etc..

900.00 750.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

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Hanuman( Wooden)

Hanuman( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)

Hanuman( Wooden)

Hanuman( Wooden)
750.00 700.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. A well rounded toy for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

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Keel Kudre ( Horse on stilts)

Keel Kudre ( Horse on stilts)
2,000.00 1,850.00 (price-incl-tax)

Keel Kudre ( Horse on stilts)

Keel Kudre ( Horse on stilts)
2,000.00 1,850.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. Two turned, hand painted large sized wooden Keel Kudre dolls ( 8 Inches tall ).
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the rural pride of India, also depicts the traditional dance.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..This pair of dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. The ‘Keel Kudure’ (A Kannada term that directly translates into a horse on false legs) were inspired from a folk dance form of Karnataka, an imitation of the movements of a horse by men and women. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.

    Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. However, they have been hand-painted with oil colors, hence not suitable for children. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

     

2,000.00 1,850.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

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Musicians – Wooden set

Musicians – Wooden set
1,800.00 1,500.00 (price-incl-tax)

Musicians – Wooden set

Musicians – Wooden set
1,800.00 1,500.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. Well rounded set of dolls for the young children, enables learning shapes & movement.
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the skilled craftsmanship.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..These dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

1,800.00 1,500.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

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Pagade

Pagade
700.00 500.00 (price-incl-tax)

Pagade

Pagade
700.00 500.00 (price-incl-tax)

Pagade is also known as the national board game of India. It is identified by different names in different regions of India viz. Pagade (Kannada), Chaupar (Hindi), Chausar (Hindi), Chopat (Hindi), Pachisi (Hindi), Sokkattan (Tamil), Dayakattam (Tamil), Pagdi Pat (Marathi) and many more. The Parcheesi game & ludo subsequently was designed in 1918 by the Parker Brothers(USA, now HASBRO ) inspired by Pagade.

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Rural Women

Rural Women
350.00 300.00 (price-incl-tax)

Rural Women

Rural Women
350.00 300.00 (price-incl-tax)
  1. Two turned, hand painted small sized wooden dolls ( 5 Inches tall ).
  2. Can form part of a doll display to showcase the rural pride of India. The heads bobble since they are connected to the body with a spring.
  3. Can be used as gift during Gruhapravesha (housewarming ), marriage gift etc..This pair of dolls reflects the traditional dolls lore of Channapatna, Karnataka. These are the traditional designs that have got this town the tag of ‘Gombegala Ooru’ or toy-town. These can be a great addition for Dasara gombe habba or a Golu display.Each piece is made of wrightia tinctoria or hale mara, a safe and naturally seasoned medicinal plant wood. However, they have been hand-painted with oil colors, hence not suitable for children. Please note that the colours may vary a little bit from the one in the pics.

350.00 300.00 (price-incl-tax)Add to cart

I would like to appreciate the effort taken by you guys to convert that beautiful art into another gorgeous
piece of merchandise. I was thoroughly impressed by the clocks and the data banks customised
specially for us for gifting purposes by Tamaala. Tamaala has proven yet another ideology that art
transcends all barriers and conventions and can make it in any form in every nook and corner of a
humble abode. I wish Tamaala the very best and hope to see it growing and redefining the
concepts of art and designing.

Tamaala’s product ranges and services are outstanding. We had ordered for beautifully painted tea
candles, coffee mugs and key chains as a bulk order for gifting and Tamaala delivered with great quality
and on time. Our guests were very happy with these unique gifts.

Beautiful creations.. Amazing in every way including the pricing. India in a shop. The social cause behind it makes it invaluable.Thanks for all the effort behind the endeavour!

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In The Press

Tamaala in The Hindu

The coverage by Abhinaya in the Hindu captures the essence of what we’re attempting at Tamaala.

Tamaala in TOI

A nice write-up by Reema outlining the Earthen lights project which is an annual event around the Deepavali festival showcasing craftspeople, artisans & artists.

Tamaala in Deccan Herald

A really well written piece by Apeksha which brings out the ecological aspect of the plant Ganesha and also manages to encapsulate the overall vision at Tamaala.

Tamaala in Sustainabilitynext

This is one article which is written like a case study..what more can we say …a big thank you to the sustainabilitynext team.

Tamaala in Yourstory

Some images from the studio and a brief journey till date featured in this yourstory article so well written by the quintessential art promoter -Madan.

Paid Shipping – Pan India

We now ship Pan-India. The exception is the clay products, which are only shipped within Bengaluru & Mysuru at present.

Returns policy

As a discerning patron you would know that these are handmade products, no two will be the same. Also minor flaws make up the beauty of the handmade. That said, we will be happy to exchange/ refund where it’s due.

Studio Tamaala

Visit our Studio at J P Nagar for much more. Call 8884816333 to schedule a visit.