Privacy Policy

  • We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully.
  • We collect information about you for 2 reasons: firstly, to process your order and second, to provide you with the best possible service.
  • We will give you the chance to refuse any marketing email from us.
  • The type of information we will collect about you includes:
    •  Your Name , Address, Phone Number & Email Address.
  • The information we hold will be accurate and up to date. You can check the information that we hold about you by emailing us. If you find any inaccuracies we will delete or correct it promptly.
  • The personal information which we hold will be held securely in accordance with our internal security policy and the law.
  • We may use technology to track the patterns of behavior of visitors to our site. This can include using a “cookie” which would be stored on your browser. You can usually modify your browser to prevent this happening. The information collected in this way can be used to identify you unless you modify your browser settings.
  • If you have any questions/comments about privacy, you should contact us.

  • In India, the primary legislation concerning data protection is the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB), which was introduced in 2019 and is expected to become law in the near future. Once enacted, the PDPB will regulate the processing of personal data by both government and private entities in India and will provide Indian citizens with certain privacy rights similar to those found in the CCPA and other data protection laws around the world.

    Some of the key privacy rights that may be provided to Indian citizens under the PDPB include:

    1. Consent: Individuals will have the right to provide explicit consent before their personal data is collected, processed, or shared by organizations.
    2. Access and Correction: Individuals will have the right to access their personal data held by organizations and request corrections or updates to inaccurate or outdated information.
    3. Data Portability: Individuals may have the right to receive their personal data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, allowing them to transfer their data between service providers.


    1. Right to be Forgotten: Individuals may have the right to request the deletion or removal of their personal data under certain circumstances, similar to the right to be forgotten in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
    2. Data Minimization: Organizations will be required to collect only the minimum amount of personal data necessary for the purposes for which it is being processed.
    3. Data Security: Organizations will be required to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of personal data.

    It’s important to note that until the PDPB becomes law and is fully implemented, the specific privacy rights available to Indian citizens may not be fully defined. However, the PDPB is expected to bring India’s data protection framework more in line with international standards, providing individuals with greater control over their personal data and imposing obligations on organizations to handle data responsibly and transparently.