Nirmal wooden toys are made of a softwood called poniki or white sander. The seasoned wooden logs are bought and cut into small wooden planks using a cutting machine. Further, they are cut into smaller pieces as per the requirement using the saw tool. These wooden pieces are further shaped using a file tool. The shaped wood pieces are further attached using glue or tightly fixed in-between the gaps. Upon the basic structure, the paste is applied. The paste is a mixture of sawdust and tamarind seeds that are ground well and kneaded together with water to get the required consistency. This paste is applied to the basic structuring of the wooden structure of the toy. Adding this paste to the wooden structure enhances in pertaining the fine curvatures of the toy. Further, this is allowed for drying. Once it is dried, it is sanded neatly and fine details are made. As a final process, the toys are painted and allowed for drying. Thus the Nirmal wooden toys are set ready for the sales.