It is frankly quite easy to get seduced into spending more than you promised yourself you would in this aesthetically done up gifts store in swanky Banjara Hills. There are hand-made paper envelopes, lamps, vases, mugs and frames to suit every gifting budget. From the photo-frames and cushion covers (sourced from Gujarat and Delhi), to an extensive range from the Magpie collection, almost all the wares displayed here, are things all of us would love to own.
There is also the largest collection of Turkish evil eyes, in polished Turqouise, you might have set eyes upon this side of Turkey. Almost everything you see in the store is covet-worthy, and the good part about it is that it's all nicely priced.
The store also has its offbeat corner of Adipa tiles - those colorful alphabetic ceramic tiles for your front door. The only other close enough place where these are also sold is the CIE
on Somajiguda circle.
Aroma oils, bath salts, candles and the Kama range of products are also available along with wind-chimes, paper-weights and artifacts from Pondicherry. You can also get a greeting card for Rs. 20, or, if you are in the mood for a splurge, buy yourself the Rajasthani chest at Rs. 20,000. If you have the money, they have the "gift".