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We at Karma understand and are aware of the changes in these recent years since the pandemic began. These changes have left a long-lasting impact on all of us, including our global partners. It is imperative to continue to adapt and to create a community with a vision for a strong, healthy, and vibrant society. One of the ways we can make a difference is to have a safe space to exchange our creative ideas and social connections through the arts, science, and cultural heritage! Taking a leap of faith in my ever-persistent entrepreneurial spirit has led me to open Karma Fine Crafts in Belmont, located at 68 Leonard street. We are so fortunate to have found a community of kindness and love that has welcomed us with open arms! We look forward to engaging, serving, and learning about our newfound community and spreading good karma to everyone here!


Eddie, Phuni and Karma

Photos from a recent trip to India, returning for the first time since the pandemic began.

Textiles at Lena Ladakh Pashmina, a slow-textile label working primarily on handspun, handwoven & botanically dyed Ladakh pashmina. Lena works with the raw materials of the land, using plants and herbs from the local mountains to dye the wool. The wool textiles are influenced by the Tibetan nomads in India.

Textiles at Lena Ladakh Pashmina

A visit to Sabala Heritage Home, an NGO based in Bijapur, India with a primary focus on the empowerment of women. At Sabala Handicrafts, women become artisans through training in the art of embroidery, weaving and or sewing.

Handwoven bags at Sabala Heritage Home.

Flying over the Himalayas

Phuni and her nephew Tsering Dhondup, a monk and spiritual guide

Street artwork in India

A visit with Phuni's brother Ghudak in Ladakh, making tsampa: a Tibetan staple of roasted barley flour made into pak—dough balls enjoyed with tea and soup.



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