ABOUT US

The House Of Tara - Where “Tara” is female embodiment of Lord Buddha.

 

The House Of Tara is an offshoot of “Zeest Exports”, which is engaged in exports of fashion accessories for almost two decades.

 

The House Of Tara is a registered brand, which is primarily involved in manufacturing of bags and other soft goods. It was started in the year 2012 by the promoters of its parent company (Zeest Exports), at a time when e- commerce was ready to take-off in India.

 

Plenty of overseas experience, keeping in line with international trends, understanding and adhering to stringent quality standards, testing protocols, efficient pricing and timely shipments have helped us to create a distinct identity.

 

The passion to keep re-inventing ourselves is exciting and challenging. It is very satisfying when we receive appreciation for our efforts and hence ‘customer satisfaction’ for us is much more than mere words.

 

 

OUR FACTORY

We are based out of Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi, India. Primarily the activity in our factory comprises of two divisions: Design and Production

Each design is created internally against a designated ‘creative brief’, further paving the way for production activity.

 

We have close to 100 skilled working partners on the work floor, who are involved in various stages of production. Our production line consists of:

 

1. Sourcing of raw material

2. Pattern making, Cutting

3.Stitching

4.Handwork/Embroidery

5. Finishing

6. Quality Control

7. Packing

8. Dispatch      

 

OUR CUSTOMERS

 

Our list of customers is a matter of pride for us. They include:

 

1.  Cost Plus World Market – USA

2. Guess – Italy

3. Max Mara – Italy

4. Anthropologie – USA

5. Free People – USA

6. Seafolly – Australia

 

OUR  INDIAN CUSTOMERS

 

1. Genpact

2. Zee Network

3. Uniliver

4. ICISA

5. HCL

 

 to name a few.

 

 

SPECIAL PROJECTS

 

1. Promotion merchandise for Fox Production’s Hollywood movie “Eat Pray Love”.

2. Promotion merchandise for Fox Production’s Hollywood movie “Life Of Pie”.