Mangaluru: Malabar Gold & Diamonds celebrates World Environment Day

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Mangaluru, Jun 5: Malabar Gold & Diamonds celebrated 'World Environment Day' on Monday, June 5.

As part of its green initiative, the Malabar Gold & Diamonds distributed 100 plus saplings at Kadri park to the public from 6 am to 9 am and also at Podar International School Malady Estate Kottara Chowki with the presence of students and faculties and management team in presence of Raghuram (showroom manager Malabar Gold Mangaluru), Sheikh Farhan (marketing manager Malabar Gold Mangaluru) and the management team.

Malabar Gold & Diamonds is popularly known for its specially crafted and curated collections that celebrate the traditional heritage of India, and cater to the jewellery needs of customers in a particular location.

The brand offers the assurance of the '10 Malabar Promises' for every purchase, so customers can ensure best value for money. 

The promises include a transparent price tag indicating stone weight, net weight and stone charge of the jewellery, assured lifetime maintenance for the jewellery, 100 per cent value for gold when reselling old gold jewellery, 100 per cent BIS hallmarking certifying the purity of gold, IGI and GIA certified diamonds ensuring 28-point quality check of global standards, buyback guarantee, responsible sourcing and fair labour practices.

Malabar Gold & Diamonds is one of the leading jewellers, which takes pride in showcasing the meticulous art and craft of Indian jewellery to the world. Established in 1993 in the historic Indian city of Calicut, the brand currently operates 280 plus stores across 10 countries.



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