Mora Taara is a quirky store that will sort out your home decor and gifting woes. Their products are uniquely designed to incorporate Indian aesthetics with Western influences.
Mora Taara is founded by Anuradha Kumar, a former journalist who found her calling to establish this store which translates to ‘My Star’ in colloquial Hindi. The idea behind Mora Taara was to offer the urban dwellers of the sky scrapers a charming way to style up their houses with traditional yet quirky decor items. The shop itself (currently closed and only taking orders online) is like a beautifully done apartment and we felt the urge to pick up everything. The walls are beautified in hues of browns, and we found a lot of vintage decor items hung on the wall (apart from everything that was on sale).
Mora Taara has a great website which offers home-delivery. For the lazy ones, their gifting section is pretty resourceful, find gifts suitable for all sorts of occasion from housewarming to birthday to even a wedding; a win-win kind of a situation, especially in the current scenario.
They have a wide range of artefacts that have been handcrafted to perfection. A bunch of ceramic figurines (blue birds) will cost you around INR 2,850; their wall plates range from INR 1,500 onwards; lamps start from INR 2,800; tableware begins at INR 990 onwards, cushions from INR 1,250 and so much more. They have quirky garden accessories starting at INR 690, metal clocks for INR 2,290, barware starting at INR 1,500, and a host of other things that will make you turn into a compulsive shopper almost instantly.