BLACK, office accessories

BLACK. 

There was no inspiration, reason or story. It was time for BLACK to happen.

Come experience it soon at our Kala Ghoda store, where, in all the white and gold, BLACK will stand its ground. 

Knick-knacks

Knick-knacks, some from here and some from there. The vintage 1946 newsprint says “Life in Mumbai” and I say, it has always been nice!

Amer cuff

A cuff from our Amer range. 24K Goldplated. Launching soon, the complete Amer range from our flagship store at Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai. 

Vintage newspaper

New soft-bound journals complement our existing range of vintage newspaper stationery. Newspapers have always been an inspiration for us. We will keep looking for innovative ways to use them in our pieces of art. 
This particular lot of newspapers date back to the 1970’s, it was picked-up at an auction by an old library that maintained volumes of newspapers bound together in their entirety. Our craftsmen strategically cut and tear relevant pieces of the newspaper so that the stationery looks aesthetically beautiful. If you look carefully, you can see that all our pencils have text flowing in one direction. Our notecards have torn edges with bamboo woven across the newsprint. Come visit us at Kala Ghoda and take home a story.

Write something today…

Writing is a tool for thinking, expression and encouraging creativity and can be an incredibly useful outlet to clear your mind. Writing helps you stockpile ideas and recover memories. 

Warren Buffett has described writing as a key way of refining his thoughts while Richard Branson once said that his most essential possession was a standard-sized school notebook, which he used for regular writing.

At Anand Prakash, we have a vast and creative assortment of notebooks, journals and stationery to help put your words to paper. You can choose from luxurious silk bound journals to the more earthy khadi bound ones; with over fifty different ranges, you will be spoilt for choice. So here’s wishing you happy writing! 

Layered pendant

For the past few months, we have only been thinking of horses, horses and horses. Here’s a layered pendant from our upcoming range at Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai.

Some things can’t be replaced

“Some things can’t be replaced”, she said while changing cars and posting a picture of our India map bookmark.

Entrepreneur Swati Randev-Verma visited our Mumbai Airport store in the year 2013 and left the below feedback, “ I love your products – the map of India(bookmark) sits proudly dangling from the rear view mirror of my red mustang!” Her husband Rohit has the Ek Onkar bookmark in his car, he is a triathlete and an Ironman participant. 

Swati has launched her own social enterprise Ahem Asmi