Optical store

Dispensing of a well - fitted, appropriate spectacles is most important for the development of the eyesight. Ill- fitting glasses can cause discomfort, permanent visual harm or even disfigurement.

Our Mission

Our mission is to standardize eyewear for everyone. We believe in providing technically correct and scientifically fitted glasses. We also offer widest range of eyewear tailored to suit your personality, profession and lifestyle.

Our Vision

Our vision is to set up a chain of optical outlets providing standardized eye wear by three “Os” (Opthalmologist, Optometrist, and Optician) and thereby providing eye glasses with high precision and scientific approach, giving you crystal clear sharp vision. This feature makes us different than others.

Our Story

Patients experienced headaches, dizziness, discomfort from pressure points and continued adjustments, eye strain despite of correct eye glass prescription given by us. We realized that the problem was due to ill-fitting glasses, wrong choice of frame and glasses, ignorance about quality etc. Therefore, we decided to come up with our own chain of optical where you can benefit full visual potential from optimally fitted glasses which can significantly improve your quality of life.

We provide large variety of frames, lenses, spectacles, sunglasses and accessories to address your eye care and style needs and are pocket friendly.


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TECHNICALLY CORRECT SPECTACLES ARE OUR FORTE!!!

Over the past 8 years, our expert ground the glasses as per technical measurements and is therefore, trusted for its high precision and scientific approach in spectacle dispensing giving you crystal clear sharp vision. It is the speciality which makes us different from others

WE FOLLOW“ANSI” (American National Standards Institute) STANDARDS AT OUR OPTICALS

The standard for personal Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face Protection Devices.All our frames and glasses are certified under the standard for ANSI Z87.1 and they pass following tests

  • Basic and high-impact for lenses and frames.
  • Exposure to non-ionizing radiation and chemicals.
  • Durability to flammables and corrosion.

How to assess ratings of safety eyeglasses and goggles

Plus mark - To determine if a lens has passed the high velocity test. Look for the "+" mark that indicates its approval at high impact. "V" and "S" marks - Other lens markings that appear on safety lenses are "V" (indicating the lens is photochromic) and "S" (indicating the lens has a special tint).

"Prescription safety frames must be permanently marked with the manufacturer's trademark and "Z87-2" on the front of the frame and on both temples

Task Specific Lenses - The Right Lens for the Right Job

Sunglasses – Stylish Fashion with UV Protection

Choose from our wide selection of fashion-forward tinted lenses and gradients to suit your frames, face and skin tone – all with UV protection, of course! As Just like your skin, your eyes need UV protection too. Our sunglasses have 100% UV protection and our various colors and coatings reduce glare and bright light so you can see better, clearer and more comfortable – with less eye strain. With proper UV protection, chances of getting cataracts, ageing and age-relation macular degeneration are reduced. UV meter is used for measuring the UV blocking effectiveness of sunglasses. Talk to your optometrist to know if your sunglasses are effective in blocking UV rays.

Sunglasses – Stylish Fashion with UV Protection

Choose from our wide selection of fashion-forward tinted lenses and gradients to suit your frames, face and skin tone – all with UV protection, of course! As Just like your skin, your eyes need UV protection too. Our sunglasses have 100% UV protection and our various colors and coatings reduce glare and bright light so you can see better, clearer and more comfortable – with less eye strain. With proper UV protection, chances of getting cataracts, ageing and age-relation macular degeneration are reduced. UV meter is used for measuring the UV blocking effectiveness of sunglasses. Talk to your optometrist to know if your sunglasses are effective in blocking UV rays.

Polarized Glasses

Ever been blinded by sunlight by driving on a very sunny day, or driving into the sun as its setting? Vision reduced by glare in a snow storm? Then polarized lenses may be right for you. These lenses have a special filter that blocks light bouncing off of surfaces at a specific angle – like in driving. This reduces the brightness intensity and glare, so you can see more clearly, comfortably, safely and reduced eye strain.Polarized prescription lenses give the best protection from sun’s glare and enhance visual performance while enjoying on beach or driving.

Polarized Glasses

Ever been blinded by sunlight by driving on a very sunny day, or driving into the sun as its setting? Vision reduced by glare in a snow storm? Then polarized lenses may be right for you. These lenses have a special filter that blocks light bouncing off of surfaces at a specific angle – like in driving. This reduces the brightness intensity and glare, so you can see more clearly, comfortably, safely and reduced eye strain.Polarized prescription lenses give the best protection from sun’s glare and enhance visual performance while enjoying on beach or driving.

Computer Glasses

Best for: Individuals who wear progressives/bifocals and spend a lot of time with computers and digital screens.

Progressive lenses have three vision zones: Far (straight ahead), Near (just below midline) and Close (lowest part of your lenses). However, if you’re working at the computer all day long, you may be finding yourself keeping your head tilted back so that you can clearly see out of the lower levels of your glasses! Not so comfortable – and you may find yourself with neck and eyestrain.

Blue cut lenses feature a special coating that reflects harmful blue light and restricts it from passing through the lenses of your eye glasses. Blue light is emitted from computer and mobile screens and long term exposure to this type of light increases the chances of retinal damage. Hence wearing eye glasses having blue cut lenses while working on digital devices is a must as it may help in reducing the risk of developing eye related problems.

Talk to your doctor if you work on computer screen for more than 9 hours at a stretch? Ask about computer glasses now!

Computer Glasses

Best for: Individuals who wear progressives/bifocals and spend a lot of time with computers and digital screens.

Progressive lenses have three vision zones: Far (straight ahead), Near (just below midline) and Close (lowest part of your lenses). However, if you’re working at the computer all day long, you may be finding yourself keeping your head tilted back so that you can clearly see out of the lower levels of your glasses! Not so comfortable – and you may find yourself with neck and eyestrain.

Blue cut lenses feature a special coating that reflects harmful blue light and restricts it from passing through the lenses of your eye glasses. Blue light is emitted from computer and mobile screens and long term exposure to this type of light increases the chances of retinal damage. Hence wearing eye glasses having blue cut lenses while working on digital devices is a must as it may help in reducing the risk of developing eye related problems.

Talk to your doctor if you work on computer screen for more than 9 hours at a stretch? Ask about computer glasses now!

Driving Glasses

Best for: Everyday Wear, Low Light and Night Driving

Those driving at night can relate: The almost blinding glare from oncoming headlights can make it difficult to see the road ahead – not so safe! Clearer, safer, more comfortable vision is yours with Driving Lenses that reduce glare from streetlights and oncoming headlights in low light and night conditions.

How it works: A high-tech clear, colourless coating is applied to your lenses that reduces glare from streetlights and oncoming headlights. And since it’s crystal clear, you won’t even notice it in your regular day to day activities.

Driving Glasses

Best for: Everyday Wear, Low Light and Night Driving

Those driving at night can relate: The almost blinding glare from oncoming headlights can make it difficult to see the road ahead – not so safe! Clearer, safer, more comfortable vision is yours with Driving Lenses that reduce glare from streetlights and oncoming headlights in low light and night conditions.

How it works: A high-tech clear, colourless coating is applied to your lenses that reduces glare from streetlights and oncoming headlights. And since it’s crystal clear, you won’t even notice it in your regular day to day activities.

Sport Lenses (Wrap Arounds)

Best for: Outdoor sporting activities; those with special vision needs i.e. high prescription, certain eye conditions

Add your choice of Sunglass Coatings and your eyes will also have UV and bright light protection!

Prescription glasses, sunglasses and even on-the-job industrial safety glasses don’t provide adequate protection for sports use. Sports googles are made in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some are even designed to fit in helmets used for football, hockey and baseball. Sports google should allow the use of helmets when the sport calls for it.

Lenses in sports eyewear are usually made up of polycarbonate. Since polycarbonate is such an impact-resistant lens material. It works well to protect eyes from fast-moving objects. Polycarbonate lenses also have built in ultraviolet (UV) protection and are coated to be scratch resistant- valuable property for outdoor sports.

Polycarbonate is the material of choice for sports lenses but the eyewear frame plays just as important role. Different sports require different types of frames which has led to development of sports specific frames. Sport frames are constructed of highly impact-resistant plastic or polycarbonate and come with rubber padding to cushion the frames when it comes in contact with your head and the bridge of your nose.

Some sport styles are contoured wrapping slightly around the face. This type of google works well for biking, hang-gliding and sailing. Contact lens wearers esp. benefit from the wrap around style, which shields your eyes from wind and dust

Sport Lenses (Wrap Arounds)

Best for: Outdoor sporting activities; those with special vision needs i.e. high prescription, certain eye conditions

Add your choice of Sunglass Coatings and your eyes will also have UV and bright light protection!

Prescription glasses, sunglasses and even on-the-job industrial safety glasses don’t provide adequate protection for sports use. Sports googles are made in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some are even designed to fit in helmets used for football, hockey and baseball. Sports google should allow the use of helmets when the sport calls for it.

Lenses in sports eyewear are usually made up of polycarbonate. Since polycarbonate is such an impact-resistant lens material. It works well to protect eyes from fast-moving objects. Polycarbonate lenses also have built in ultraviolet (UV) protection and are coated to be scratch resistant- valuable property for outdoor sports.

Polycarbonate is the material of choice for sports lenses but the eyewear frame plays just as important role. Different sports require different types of frames which has led to development of sports specific frames. Sport frames are constructed of highly impact-resistant plastic or polycarbonate and come with rubber padding to cushion the frames when it comes in contact with your head and the bridge of your nose.

Some sport styles are contoured wrapping slightly around the face. This type of google works well for biking, hang-gliding and sailing. Contact lens wearers esp. benefit from the wrap around style, which shields your eyes from wind and dust

Safety Glasses

We provide both prescription and non-prescription safety eyewear, and our prescription protective eyewear can be custom made to fit your needs! Choose from frames made of plastic/polycarbonate, metal, or nylon, and lenses that are single vision, bifocal, trifocal, or progressive.

Why eyeglasses are more expensive?

As design, new look and fashion matters more nowadays, frames and glasses are expensive. There are many factors behind this. Frames and glasses are made under a huge manufacturing process depends on the technology, materials from where it received, design, quality, surface treatment on lens and frames, brands and last finishing and colours apply on it

Safety Glasses

We provide both prescription and non-prescription safety eyewear, and our prescription protective eyewear can be custom made to fit your needs! Choose from frames made of plastic/polycarbonate, metal, or nylon, and lenses that are single vision, bifocal, trifocal, or progressive.

Why eyeglasses are more expensive?

As design, new look and fashion matters more nowadays, frames and glasses are expensive. There are many factors behind this. Frames and glasses are made under a huge manufacturing process depends on the technology, materials from where it received, design, quality, surface treatment on lens and frames, brands and last finishing and colours apply on it

Round Shaped Faces

People with round faces should choose frames as wide as they are tall, which gives the appearance of a slimmer face. Glasses with strong angles and lines add definition and downplay the fullness of the cheeks. Wearers with round faces should look for vibrant prints, patterns, and colors, and statement-making embellishments that add contrast. Finally, choose frames that don’t sit directly on your cheeks.

Square Shaped Faces

Glasses wearers with square-shaped faces possess a strong jawline and angular features; if this describes you, choose frames that offer lots of curves to add contrast and soften the angles in your face. When you choose frames with characteristics opposite those of your face shape, you won’t exaggerate an already-angular look. Choose frames wider than they are tall to help slim down your face. Frames in neutral colors like beige, cream, and taupe, can further soften your look.

Oval Shaped Faces

Wearers with oval faces should choose frames as wide as or slightly wider than the broadest part of the face. Glasses with detailed embellishments also look great with the high cheekbones typically found on oval faces. Choose a classic rectangular shape for a sophisticated, studious look, a retro cat-eye, or a trendy square or round frame. Really, anything goes—the only tip for glasses wearers with oval faces is to resist detracting from the natural balance of your features. Your proportions are already even, so consider carefully when choosing oversized frames.

Heart Shaped Faces

Men and women with heart-shaped faces should choose frames that minimize the top of the face and make the chin look wider. Choosing frames wider than your forehead will help do both. And decorative accents at the endpoints of the frame (think Ray-Ban’s Clubmaster) will help draw the eye away from the forehead.

Diamond Shaped Faces

Characterized by broad, distinctive cheekbones, parallel narrow eye lines, and narrow jawlines, the diamond face shape is the rarest of all. Somewhat similar to the triangle face shape because of its full cheeks, it is actually a silhouette all its own. Once you’ve identified this shape as yours, focus on frames with angular, edgy elements to complement the angular features of your face. This will soften the cheekbones and draw attention directly to your eyes. An added frame width will balance your look and lend a dramatic, stylish touch to your features. Avoid narrow eyeglass frames, as they will further emphasize your narrow eye line.

Oblong Shaped Faces

Oblong shaped faces are long and slender and may have high cheekbones, a long nose, and a tall forehead. Wearing tall eyeglass frames will help create a well-proportioned face. Also, broad frames styles with color-accented top rims or decorative temples will help add width to your oblong shaped face.

Why choosing the Correct spectacle lenses is so important?

When buying eyeglasses, the frame you choose is important to both your appearance and your comfort when wearing glasses. But the eyeglass lenses you choose influence four factors: appearance, comfort, vision and safety.




Glass lenses: They are heavy and can break easily, potentially causing serious harm to the eye or even loss of an eye.
We do not recommend them.


Plastic lenses: They are made up of a plastic polymer called CR-39, an abbreviation for "Columbia Resin 39,light weight (about half the weight of glass), low cost and has excellent optical qualities.


Polycarbonate lenses: It is lighter and significantly more impact-resistant than CR-39 plastic, making it a preferred material for children's eyewear, safety glasses and sports eyewear.