About Us

Kalanjali is acclaimed for the exclusive collection of Indian artefacts, handcrafted furniture, traditional sarees, ethnic ladies wear and hand-looms material. It's a journey of discovery into centuries old traditions. It's a tribute to Art, and a celebration of beauty. Kalanjali is a Retail chain store consisting of 13 showrooms (including Brisah) with presence in three southern states of India (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka).

Kalanjali is a part of the Ramoji Group. The Parent Group's business interests include publishing, film production and distribution, film studios, satellite television, financial services, hospitality and tourism, processed foods and retail. Kalanjali was launched in 1992, apart from the physical presence it also has this wonderful eCommerce site, in-fact we have been selling online since almost a decade; with strong global clientele we have been delivering the merchandise across the globe.

Every artefact is handpicked from master craftsmen in the remotest corners of the country.It's the sacred place to find the secrets of India's most beautiful works of art like the Kanchivaram silk sarees to exclusive stone carvings created by the descendants of Kalinga period artists to Kalamkari hand painting dress material to miniature paintings of Rajasthan to Tanjore paintings of Tamilnadu to ... the list is endless. It has the most exclusive collection of artefacts or ladies wear made in India. We design our furniture range as per the customer requirement and also develop the gift range based on the specific requirements of customers and the corporate. Our CEO personally works with the designers to create wonderful range for the ladies. So much of smart & hard work goes for the Bridal range that every bride aspires for our bridal range for her marriage.

Kalanjali carries an institutional role in keeping with the socio-economic overtones governing the production process in the field involving a commitment to safeguarding the lasting characters and the need to create conditions towards preserving these long cherished occupations, which can indisputably be said to constitute India.