Your take on “Make in In­dia”

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The “Make in In­dia” ini­tia­tive by the gov­ern­ment is an achieve­ment and a ma­jor step to­wards pro­mot­ing In­dia as a global man­u­fac­tur­ing des­ti­na­tion. Not only will it fa­cil­i­tate in­vest­ment but also fos­ter in­no­va­tion. Em­ploy­ment is one ob­vi­ous fac­tor that comes along. Ac­ces­sories in­dus­try in In­dia is de­vel­op­ing rapidly. Tex­tile In­dus­try holds cru­cial po­si­tion in the coun­try in terms of main­tain­ing sus­tained growth for im­prov­ing qual­ity of life. It holds in­dis­pens­able value-ad­di­tion through­out the process of man­u­fac­tur­ing- right from pro­duc­tion to the fi­nal stage. It lends a ma­jor help­ing hand in em­ploy­ment and craft. In ad­di­tion to this it con­trib­utes to coun­try’s econ­omy too.

Our com­pany’s fore­most pol­icy is not to make any­thing in bulk, as we don’t have tie-ups with multi pur­pose stores, wherein one can choose be­tween var­i­ous de­sign­ers. Hence, in­stead of dis­count­ing, we of­fer our cus­tomers a deep dis­count on the pre­vi­ous sea­sons col­lec­tion.

Put your­self amidst a back­drop of glis­ten­ing azure of the In­dian Ocean and you’ll get a va­ca­tion in Mal­dives that is all about the is­land life—per­fect for the re­bel­lious spirit who loves noth­ing more than to bask in the sun on the pris­tine shores with the sounds of lap­ping waves. The ul­tra chic Malvika Sehgal Kaura shares her fa­vorite part of the Mal­dives ex­pe­ri­ence: pack­ing tips for an is­land get­away, and a fash­ion trend she’s ob­sessed with at the mo­ment:

The whole ex­pe­ri­ence was un­for­get­table. My 2nd trip to Mal­dives hence I was bet­ter pre­pared. Need­less to say, when I got to my cot­tage I was ec­static! The most mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence was prob­a­bly wak­ing up first thing in the morn­ing and walk­ing on the sand into the beau­ti­ful, crys­tal clear waters.

The footwear was a pair of acrylic slip­pers.... Gold to bling it yet could get wet! Pretty feet are a must for me. Th­ese ones are from Aldo. And snor­kel­ing shoes from De­cathlon. Th­ese are use­ful in the is­land as you’re go­ing to get sand in your feet! The Jew­ellery is from my col­lec­tion! Acrylic, wa­ter re­sis­tant and light. I never wear pre­cious Jew­ellery on such trips! Too much of a bother keep­ing track. The de­signs were ei­ther aquatic or blended with na­ture. My sun­glasses were ex­tremely cov­er­ing to help pre­vent Sun dam­age! So when most got sun burnt at sea...i came back un­scathed. Of course, the re­peated sun­screen helps. Th­ese hol­i­days are fun dress­ing up that I don’t have the time to do in Delhi. I do be­lieve ac­ces­soriz­ing is a big part of look­ing, and feel­ing good and I en­joy trav­el­ling do­ing so. It’s re­ally about keep­ing the ex­tra few min­utes aside.

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