My Mumbai Colouring Plate


One of our favourite Mumbai icons, the Rajabai Tower has made it’s way on to a plate!

Use the special pens to colour in the drawing on the plate and create your very own, super colourful tower. To make the colours permanent, you can re-bake the plate at home with the help of an adult.

You can also simply enjoy using the plate, as it is…. in black and white. Don’t forget to look for the happy kite, curious crow and wandering dog.

Mumbai’s grand clocktower, the Rajabai Tower, built on the edge of the Oval Maidan, used to play Rule Britannia, God save the King and several more old British tunes. Now it simply, but melodiously chimes every quarter. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the Rajabai Tower was inspired by the Big Ben in London. Construction started in 1869 and lasted 8 years. Premchand Roychand, an Indian businessman, donated a part of the total cost of building the tower, on the condition that the tower be named after his mother Rajabai. She was blind and the evening bells of the tower helped her know the time. This product has been conceptualised in association with the Mumbai Mills.


  • 1 porcelain printed plate 9 in., Rajabhai Tower
  • 1 blue porcelain colouring pen (Follow the instructions for colouring and baking). Parental support required. Suitable for ages 6 and upwards.
  • 1 acrylic plate stand
  • MRP Rs. 999 (includes 12%GST)

Additional information

Weight 1000 g