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Funky Kalakar is a brand and philosophy that promotes an ethical, sustainable, and vegan way of life. We have two studios (Tonbridge, UK and Mumbai, India). Including both the founders (Amit Jain and Amey Alshi), we are a 5-member team. You are cordially invited to get to know us better.
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