Tanishq, India’s largest and most preferred jewellery. brand,
announces an exciting offer to bring in the festive season early with joy and hope.
Customers can now avail up to 25% off on making Charges of Gold jewelry &
on Diamond jewelry value, a company spokesperson here on Tuesday said.
Celebrate the festive season with Tanishq and bring home prosperity & happiness
with these offers. Offer for a limited time period only.
Festivities are meant to be celebrated with vigour and grandeur. Soak in the festive
fervour with Tanishq’s exclusive festive collection- ‘Ekatvam’. The collection is inspired
by the theme of ‘Oneness’ and is a true confluence of India’s finest art forms, intricately
knitted into one magnificent collection that brings alive the beauty of Oneness.
Ekatvam is an ode to the rich artistry of some of the India’s best Karigars who have
come together in spirit of togetherness from around the country. The splendour of this
collection lies in the integration of various regions across India featuring 15 different art
forms, bound together as one masterpiece in each piece of jewellery.
Speaking about the importance of the occasion, Arun Narayan, VP Category,
Marketing & Retail, Tanishq, Titan Company Limited said, “The past six months have
made us realize a few things through the selfless acts of our people across the country
and our own experiences dealing with many challenges of these times. “Oneness" is a
key essence of humanity and it is paramount to come together as one, to help each
other rebuild and prevail over these challenges."
"We are celebrating and expressing this through the brand and collection thought of
"Ekatvam". The new, exciting collection is a confluence of various art forms from
around the country featuring the artistry of our nation’s best karigars across craft
centres bringing alive the central thought of the 'beauty of oneness'. Importantly,
this collection we believe will help strongly rebuild the livelihoods of our jewellery
Karigars across India and illuminate their homes this Diwli,” Mr Narayan added.