First of its kind Darjeeling Tea & Indian art gallery in Australia- For finer things in life!
Located in Killara in Sydney, one of the most premium suburbs in the country (Australia) with a long history and heritage, it is a first of its kind experience.
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We will remain OPERATIONAL during this critical period of time and will continue to take your orders/requests ONLINE/On PHONE/ Via EMAIL, as before.
However, during this period of Corona Crisis our exclusive Darjeeling Tea and Indian Art gallery @ Maya Emporium 5/680 Pacific Highway, Killara, NSW- 2071, Australia) will remain inaccessible to visitors.
We Wish All Well & Green….
Hope normalcy will soon be seen!
a. www.mayateaworld.com.au for placing your Maya of Australia® Darjeeling Tea orders.
b. www.mayaemporium.com.au for buying authentic Maya Indian ArtsTM or Indian-art themed derived products (Maya CreationsTM) or placing corporate/bulk orders.
PHONE: +61 2 8005 6809
WE ARE ALSO HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE $5 FLAT RATE SHIPPING OFFER FOR ANY PURCHASES MADE FOR $20 AND ABOVE. PLEASE APPLY COUPON CODE- MAYA20 AT CHECKOUT.
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Fresh from the pristine lap of the Indian Himalayas...
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Ensuring the fine quality
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For the Festive Season & Always
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From the ancient land of advanced civilisation…
The untold stories & latent emotions
... I Narrate…
...I create history, fulfil dreams, bring in hope...
...Make the world more beautiful
...I am Maya...
....not an illusion but...
...Strength, Character, Beauty, Courage, Karma and more.....
We present exquisite Indian arts created by talented artists from India (including rural parts of India). We work with the artists to create this array of colours. Currently, our range of arts include authentic Bengal style of art, Kangra Miniatures, Madhubani (Mithila) art, Nirmal Art, Warli art, while touching by Modern & Contemporary Indian art.
The lines, forms and colours in the traditional art forms produce a rhythmical and harmonious musical effect with influence of aesthetic geometry deriving from the ancient world.
We have selectively created a range of art-themed gifts to suit every occasion. Mix-and-match them or allow us to help you beautify, customise and professionally pack (pre-order) it for you.
They are an inexpensive way to create an impression.
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Relies On Human Ingenuity…
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In Times When You Need Ingenuity The Most
A region nestled along the heavily forested Godavari river basin in the Southern Indian state of Telangana, a hotspot where cultural diversity prospered, rich historical traditions thrived, was inhabited during the Mesolithic and Paleolithic periods. That is the birthplace of a 14th century art form inspired by the floral designs and frescoes of the ancient Ajanta/Ellora and Mughal miniatures. Presenting Nirmal Art through our initiative- Noor-e-Nirmal: The 14th Century Splendour! [More]
Dance is an ancient and celebrated cultural tradition in India. The roots can be traced from the Sanskrit text – ‘Natya Shastra’. The first compilation of Natya Shastra is dated between 200BCE and 200CE.
Dance in India comprises numerous styles of dances, generally classified as classical or folk that emerged from traditions, epics and mythology. Different forms of dances originated in different parts of India, imbibed in local history and traditions. Be it Kathak, the graceful dance of north India; Manipuri with its subdued eloquence, practiced in eastern/north-eastern India; Bharatanatyam, oldest Classical dance form of South India (believed to be around 2000 years old); Dazzling Dandiya, the traditional folk dance form of Gujarat & Rajasthan in Western India or Tarpa dance of the indigenous tribe of Warli, the dancer(s) enacts a story through gestures to evoke a rasa (emotion) among the audience by invoking a particular bhava (gesture or facial expression). Did you know, Peacock, the national bird of India, have inspired moves in many of these dance forms. Here's more...
The aristocratic miniatures of Kangra (Himalayan hamlet situated up North of India) and exquisite indigenous Warli art from a remote tribal village of Western India. Both these art forms have Geographical Indication (GI), which means that they originate from specific region and possess qualities or a reputation that are due to that origin. Here's more.
High peaks of the mighty Himalayas(as in Darjeeling), the largest mangrove forest in the world (The Sundarbans delta), pristine coastal region (along the Bay of Bengal- the largest bay in the world), fertile plains of the sacred river Ganges and more- that is geographically West Bengal- a state in eastern India.
Since time immemorial, Brides of Bengal have been central to many poets and artists’ imagination, as - Sensitive yet Self-assured, Elegant yet Carefree, Intelligent yet Childlike, Calculative and Astute, Mesmerizing yet Arrogant, Independent yet Grounded, Authoritative yet Pleasant, Introspective yet Extrovert.......Here's more.
Warli art - a unique indigenous art form that got its name from Warli tribes of the Indian state of Maharashtra. This art form has a close connection with the Neolithic cave/rock paintings of Central India dating back to 3000 to 2500 BCE. We believe that this is an extraordinary piece of heritage to be conserved for the world.
WE HAVE COLLABORATED WITH THE INDIGENOUS WARLI ARTISTS TO BRING THE ART IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM TO AUSTRALIA. [Here's more].
Maya® of Australia Organic Darjeeling Tea is delighted to have partnered with the iconic Makaibari Tea Estate (estd. in 1859), to directly source our Pure and Premium Organic, Biodynamic, Darjeeling teas for tea-lovers in Australia! Teas from this estate are sipped in the Buckingham Palace; served at the Rashtrapati Bhavan (official residence of the President of India); cherished by celebrities from around the world....
We were delighted to welcome Mr. Chandru A, Acting Consul General of India in Sydney, who visited us at Maya Emporium..
5/680 Pacific Highway, Killara New South Wales 2071, Australia
(+612) 8005 6809 Ample visitors parking (please see pictures below) available both at the basement of the building (Killara Ridge) (2-hrs limit) or 1 hr on-street parking along Pacific Highway till 3PM on weekdays.
Tuesday: 10 AM - 2: 15 PM | 4: 15 PM- 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 2: 15 PM | 4: 15 PM- 6:00 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 2: 15 PM | 4: 15 PM- 6:00 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 2: 15 PM | 4: 15 PM- 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9: 30 AM - 1: 30 PM
Sunday/Public Holiday: Closed