Handmade journals

For the love of writing. Fresh new colours in our banana fiber journals. Hand stitched using 100% recycled paper sourced from rural recycling units. The joy of writing on textured and uneven paper is an experience in itself, come try our papers at our store in Kala Ghoda and experience its versatility.

Don’t miss the little birdie in the corner of the picture!

Horses inspired from Kala Ghoda

Horses, inspired by Kalaghoda. White and gold instead of the typical black. Here's our fresh new range of notecards, jewelry, pencils, cuff links, paperweights, key chains, notebooks and notepads. Now available at our flagship store at Kalaghoda, Fort.

Kalaghoda Map

We redrew the Kalaghoda map with our store location and historical places of interest. Maps and drawings have always been an integral part of our design thinking. We have used numerous authentic ones to decorate our journals and pencils. Soon, the handprinted Kalaghoda map with information on historic monuments in the vicinity, will be available free of cost for our visitors to explore the precincts.

Kala Ghoda Artwork

We commissioned this artwork to commemorate the opening of our flagship store at Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai. This place has a special meaning for our brand as it began its journey here over a decade ago.

The name Kala Ghoda means Black Horse, a reference to the presence of a black stone statue of King Edward VII (as the then Prince of Wales) mounted on a horse that was built by Jewish businessman and philanthropist Albert Abdullah David Sassoon. This statue was removed from the precinct in 1965 and subsequently placed inside the Byculla Zoo (Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan). The memory of this iconic statue still lingers on even to this day and this area is called Kala Ghoda Artist: Archana Pereira

Feedback forms

A new batch of weekly feedback forms that come to us from our Mumbai Airport stores. A big thank you to all our patrons who take the time to write to us. You are our inspiration. We are reading your feedback and trying to work on most of them.

Dessert at Kala Ghoda


I was at ohdough, a cafe in KalaGhoda. Had good masala chai, great chocolate chip cookie and even better was the conversation that happened with the young owner Pawan. He was completely immersed and hands-on with his visitors. Our conversation started with Kalaghoda and veered towards product and food photography, videos, cameras and studio lights. We spoke about the need to live close-by to our places of work. In any business, personal involvement and hands-on approach is key to success. When businesses start growing the challenge is in getting likeminded people to take forward the legacy.

Anand Prakash now open in Mumbai

Anand Prakash is pleased to announce the opening of his first store at International Terminal 2 BC, Security Hold Area (between Gate no. 6 and duty free), Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai

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Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

We would like to apologise to all our valued customers and well wishers in Mumbai on not being able to participate at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival this year. Thank you for your support across the last four years. You have helped us grow tremendously and we promise to come to your city very soon.