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March 2020 : On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the exquisite Rare Jewels – a Ranka Legacy, exclusively invited 11 splendid women from different walks of life, to celebrate their rare individuality, at the Karve Road store. Rare Jewels has had a heritage of magnificence, regality and authenticity and it boasts the same through its luxurious ambience and demeanor. Inspired by Mughal architecture, a walk through the boutique makes one rejoice the comfort of royalty!
The event was extremely well thought of and was initiated with a session by Namrataa on Psych K, which essentially guides people into changing their belief systems to a more benefiting and nourishing one. This was followed by the invitees going through a mesmeric run of the Rare Jewels store where the leading lady of Rare Jewels, Sheetal Ranka, discussed the idea behind every rare intricacy. She further iterated how the store was conceptualized to give their patrons the ultimate sensory experience. They structured it under the belief that each client that walked in was royalty and ultimately, their brand ambassador. Hence, they always make sure they are present while their patrons choose the jewellery that entices them.

The women were then offered the chance to witness the beauty of 300 and more designs, exclusively curated by Vastupal Ranka. He further indulged in an informal but informative discussion on the maintenance of jewellery and care for precious metals and gems. In addition, he also answered intriguing questions from the women who owned some exceptional pieces of luxury. This was followed by sharing of tips and solutions to look after them carefully.

Both Vastupal and Sheetal Ranka thanked their guests with a token of appreciation. The event concluded with a hi-tea and delectable snacks.

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