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About Hayagi..

Hayagi sells contemporary, classic and exquisite Jewellery for all occasions. From Traditional, Antique, South Indian, Maharashtrian & Western Jewellery, Hayagi has it.

Hayagi has 3 years existence, creating and selling stunning Jewellery for customers worldwide.

Being an online company allows us to cut out certain costs that for many retail stores results in higher priced Jewellery. However, taking the online strategy, enables us to offer reasonable prices for exceptional quality.

We recently inaugurated our new showroom at Appa Balwant Chowk, Pune. Product prices are the same at our store.

Hayagi pride themselves on providing a personal touch. The company provides and shows great understanding of each and every customer’s individual requirements, working around the clock to give life to each dream she is entrusted to create. Outstanding service is given with all custom made orders, your experience will be as unique.

“Our own desire is to provide a piece of Jewellery that not just fulfils but exceeds your expectation”

Hayagi has a range of Women’s Jewellery to browse and purchase. For those who aren’t so sure of what they are looking for or who don’t have a specific design in mind, can check our website www.Hayagi.com, plenty of treats await to be found. This includes a series of eye-catching Jewellery. Indulge yourself with ‘Impact’ that will make you stand out for any suitable occasion.

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20 signs to make out you’re addicted to Jewellery

Checkout yourself what is the reason you are so addicted to Jewellery.

1) You love the big brands. 2) The price tag does not matter. 3) Your search history is packed with Jewellery related pages. 4) You only buy a particular precious metal. 5) Your Jewellery item is designed to make you become a collectable. 6) You have a realization that fashion Jewellery means you are in control. 7) You love handmade Jewellery. 8) You’re thinking about taking up a Jewellery course. 9) You can’t go out anywhere without at least one item of Jewellery on. 10) You dress to match your Jewellery items. 11) You enjoy buying accessory Jewellery. 12) Your Jewellery has real sentimental value. 13) Your Jewellery makes you feel good. 14) You’re attracted to clothing and shoes with gem stones used as part of the design. 15) When you’re out shopping you find yourself in a Jewellery outlet and you don’t even know how you got there. 16) You have more than 5 Jewellery boxes and a dresser draw full of Jewellery. 17) You start giving Jewellery away to friends and family. 18) Friends borrow all your Jewellery. 19) You always receive compliments from strangers about your Jewellery. 20) You’re inspired by the historical and evolution time line of Jewellery.

To fulfil your Jewellery needs, don't forget to check www.Hayagi.com for latest trends in Traditional Jewellery.

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The Meaning of Gemstone Colours

The meaning of Gemstone colours

The world of Gemstones is an exciting place, as each polished rock unleashes vibrant colours of meaning to its wearer. So what do these stunning colourful gemstones mean? Is it just a colour that looks nice for a certain item of clothing? We took a closer look at each stone to give you an idea of what they mean to people the world over.

RED Gemstones

The red gemstone is one of the rarest colours available. They have a beautiful fiery eye catching quality and look stunning when worn on special occasions. Red symbolizes confidence, courage, action and vitality. In China, red is the colour of joy and prosperity.

PINK Gemstones

Pink gemstone is one of the most favourable amongst the many colours to choose from. With the colour pink symbolising love and beauty, it brings a caring and self-worth feeling to its wearer.

BLUE Gemstones

The stunning blue gemstones have a fresh watery feel, reminding us of the sea or our beautiful clear blue sky’s. Blue Symbolizes truth, peace and youth. As blue has such a calming feeling the wearer can feel open to communication and give off  helpful vibrations.

GREEN Gemstones

The lushest green gemstone has that last forever look about it. Many of us will find a timeless green gemstone in the bottom of an old Jewellery box. Green symbolizes well-being, nature and fertility. The wearer of green feels wealthy and will feel a need for change or expansion and welcome new ideas.

YELLOW Gemstones

The yellow gemstone is the most common of all the gems but is also in very high demand. Yellow is full of creative and intellectual energy.

PURPLE Gemstones

Violet, lavender or purple gemstones are a very classic colour. The spectrum of hues in this stone look exotic and passionate. Purple symbolizes mystery, magic, royalty and good judgement. Purple defines the feeling of calm or to energize one’s self. The colour purple can also remove obstacles and bring balance back to your life.

ORANGE Gemstones

Orange sapphires are produced by heat treatment, but other orange gemstones can be found naturally. Orange symbolizes endurance, vitality and is also the colour of power. The colour orange also has healing properties. Orange can increase creativity and spice things up when you’re feeling low in stamina or energy.

WHITE Gemstones

The White Gemstone comes in many different forms. The purest forms of white diamonds are the most expensive of all the stones. White symbolizes cleanliness, purity and kindness.

BROWN Gemstones

The luxury coffee colours for the brown gemstone have a real outdoor, beach feel to them. They also work well with many other colours. However, they are the most unpopular stone and hold a lower value. This brown colour gemstone symbolizes convention and order and give the wearer a wholesome natural feeling. They also promote a clear sense of thinking.

GREY Gemstones

The grey gemstone is actually very rare. It’s hard to find a stone that holds the correct contrasts and shades of the beautiful grey. The colour grey symbolizes maturity, security and a willingness to comply. The wearer of grey can feel detached, isolated or neutral. Gray can also draw on healing energy and improve stability in relationships.

BLACK Gemstones

The Black gemstone has seen a massive rise in consumer purchase recently. Especially in men’s Jewellery. The solid tones of black look very trendy and desirable. Black symbolizes stability, earth and death. The wearer of black feels restful, inconspicuous or tends to be mysterious.

Courtesy : JewelleryMonthly

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Women Wear more Jewellery than Men..

Women's Jewelry

Women wore more jewelry than men. During the Mogul Empire women adorned their heads with coins, chains worn over their foreheads, strands of pearls, and ornaments made to look like flowers. They also had hair ornaments made of gold and jewels that covered the long braids that reached their waist. Multiple piercings in their noses as well as their ears allowed for more jewelry to be worn. Bracelets and armbands were worn in groups. Some women covered their entire upper and lower arm in bangles, wearing fifty or more at a time to signify their marriage. For ceremonies, each finger was covered with a ring attached to a chain that covered the back of the wearer's hand and attached to a bracelet with more chains. Women's waists were circled with gold belts, some with bells strung on them. Women's feet were adorned with elaborate jewelry, including toe rings and anklets.

Women wore jewelry daily, but wedding ceremonies required the most decoration. Jewelry signifying a woman's married status is very important in Indian culture. Rather than using a wedding ring as Western cultures do, Indians use a variety of regional types of ornament. In northern India women wear specific ornaments on the head, nose, wrist, and toes, while in southern India ornaments called thali signify marriage. Many other regional variations also exist. Some wear silver anklets and toe rings. Women often wear special jewelry during their wedding ceremonies and some continue to wear this jewelry during the first year of their marriage for luck.

Many traditional Indian jewelry styles continue to be worn by modern Indian women, but those living in cities have adopted Western styles as well

By: http://www.encyclopedia.com

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Traditional Jewellery...Don't Just Wear, Know the Science Behind It..

Ornaments and Jewels are considered fashionable all over the globe. But in ancient times, Indians & majority of Hindu women used these ornaments, mainly made of Gold and some Silver, with so beautiful crafting and designs, all the good work of handcrafted by goldsmiths. They wore Jewellery items not just for show, but with some inner meaning to it.

There were 36 kinds of essential Jewellery & ornaments used during Vedic era, each signifying body mechanism. Though the rich, affordable and King's family had it all, even the poorer of poorest did wear most common items. Most of the jewels & ornaments are not in common use these days.

1.Ear Stead :This ornament is mostly made of Gold with innumerable designs and fashions. Some in Gold with stones and some with plain Gold designs. This is considered to be the most important ornament and from childhood days Hindu girls are given this ornament. Ear piercing takes place on completion on one full year.

The reasons for wearing these stead is :Human anatomy, a precise location of parts in our body, was an easy accessible subject for the astrologers in those days. They found out that half of the problem occurring for human body is either because of renal failure or of bowel not cleared daily. And rest half is by food habits and dieted propositions. And they easily got the link, that an important nerve connecting the Brain, Cervical and Kidney is passing through a persons right ear and if the pressure there could be controlled, then the kidney functioning can be just maintained and protected from damages. Also piercing their ear and wearing some ornamental ear stead found another mode of controlling the kidney bladder. In the earlier days, erring students were never beaten or slapped, but teachers used to pull the ears of the boys.

2.Mookuthi (Nose Ring): It is widely believed and thought that the nose is exclusively for sensual smell and breathing only. But in a well established practices, this theory manipulates, that it connects with emotional, sexual and romantic propositions too! That's what the decorative ornaments and jewels to the Nose apparently causes - not only beautifying, but also significantly adds value to the marital life as well!

A piece of stead-like ornament worn by women in their nose, commonly known as nose-ring and nose stead. (known as Mukkuthi or Mookuthi in Tamil and Nath in Hindi) The custom to wear this ornamental jewel is typically different from one state to other, one caste to other and even different amongst communities. Some use it in their left nose, some at right and few wear it in both sides of their nose. Though it is mainly used for beautifying women, the in-depth meaning can't be termed as unfound myth. It is considered as a breath regularizing and some say it is just to eliminate the poison coming out while exhaling carbon. But traditions apart, every community and caste, without any barrier uses this nose-stead. According to the Indian medicine, the female who get her nose pierced is assumed to experience less pains while delivering the child. The reason behind this belief is, through the piercing some vein is pressed that makes the childbirth easier. It is said that Ayurvedic (The oldest Vedic scripts that refer to Medicine and part of Vedic Resources) medicine associates nostril's piercing location with the female reproductive organs. That's why you need get the ear pierced by an experienced goldsmith, who knows by touching the skin, whether or not any nerve pass through the specific portion. While piercing the ear or nose, no passing nerve system should be disturbed or wounded, hence much care has to be taken for piercing. The Abharana Bhushana Vidhi states, that wearing a nose ring or a nose stead is a must for a women, if one needs to enjoying life in its pleasurable counts. True. the carbon emanated during the sexual union, the poisonous emission is minimized due to the wearing of a metallic (Gold, Silver) ornament in the nose. Also, the oculists believed, it is very difficult to bring into control or hypnotize or mesmerize the women who wear such sort of Mookuthi , functions as a controlling the brainwave length thus avoiding a surrender to the opponent who try to hypnotize.

3.Bangles :The Bangles used by women are normally in the wrist part of ones hand and its constant friction increases the blood circulation level. Also the pulse beat in this portion is mostly checked for all sort of ailments. Or so it is believed. Further more the electricity passing out through outer skin is again reverted to one's own body because of the ring shaped bangles, which has no ends to pass the energy outside but to send it back to the body. This way a women gains her strength which is presumably wasted otherwise. So the ancient Hindus gave shape to this item called Bangles and later it got molded in to many shapes and designs to add more attraction and beautification. Amongst other varieties of ornaments Bangle is most important for any women, it is felt and that too if it is made of Gold then only it gives you the aforesaid values & meaning.

4.Ring : The most vital is its function and connectivity, the fourth finger from the Thumb, known as the ring finger is identified with the Star-Sun. It is widely believed, that the nerve passing through this finger is evenly spread to the entire brain neuron cells and any frequent metallic friction caused in this finger is very good for one's health. It also improves one's general capacity in handling his/her life with ease and confidence. That's why all over the world, they use gold rings for men and women, very commonly in this finger

5.Mangalsutra / Thirumangalyam : Every married women used to get a Mangalsutra. This is mostly made in gold as an identifiable mark for married women. Hindu women hold the mangalsutra, to be a very significant bond with their husband. This too is believed to regularize a women's blood circulation. This is also said to control the body pressure levels to a maximum extent, as Indian women tend to work hard, more than her male counterpart. The most important thing to note about this Thirumangalyam is, that it should always be hidden or covered in the inner garments. Just because of the constant friction of the metal gold touching the body portion directly, the effect will be more to gain the said benefits. However, if the same is worn outside the clothes and making it visible to everyone, then the effect is reduced

6.Oddiyaanam: (Jewellery knowingly used by Indian women as Hip Belt ) but the usage of this is not common. It is very particularly used to control women from getting fatter and to avoid flabs in hip and pot belly. Since no women uses these days this ornament, one can see the results that is visible!.

7.Metti : It is worned by Indian married women in general and is made of Silver. This is a ring with two or three line rounds, worn in their second finger from toe(Bichiya in Hindi). By wearing this in both feet, it is believed, that their Menstrual cycle course is regularized with even intervals. This gives good scope for conceiving to married women. Also it is said just because that particular nerve in the second finger from toe, also connects the uteruses and passes through heart. Because of this, the constant friction caused while walking and doing all sorts of chores during a day, it revitalizes the productivity organs. Silver being a good conductor, it also absorbs the energy from the polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body, thus refreshing whole body system.

If one is agreeing with these contents or not, in general everyone is aware of the fact, that these ornaments were and are being used by most of the Indian women. As a matter of fact, the interest in wearing all sorts of ornaments are in the increase, one can judge from sale of Gold in the Indian Markets. For some it is a display of wealth. For many it is really an investment mode. For a few it is compulsion of social status. And for many it is a distant Dream.

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Tips & Tricks to Save Money Shopping Online

Shopping Online can be quick and convenient, but it can also be pricey. Online shopping in India is increasing, and people prefer to order things online rather than going to shop and purchase it. Especially, utilities that don’t need physical inspection, they are lot easier to buy online now.

With so many Indian e-commerce websites coming in, and especially if you are a brand conscious shopper, you will find amazing deals online. At the same time shopping online have its own advantages and disadvantages. Thankfully, there are various tricks to help you cut costs.

Here are tips for getting the best deals when shopping online:

1. Hunt for coupons: Always search for coupons before making a purchase. Almost all sites have coupon codes at footer for all types of retailers, from small online merchants to large chain stores.

2. Use social networking: “Like” your favorite retailers on Facebook. Many merchants, including Hayagi, post special coupons, updates on new arrivals or announce sales first on their Facebook page, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter & Google+

3. Sign up for emails: Join the email lists of your favorite retailers so you can get coupons and other special offers delivered straight to your inbox. Hayagi.com for example, will email you a coupon for 10 percent off your purchase just for signing up.

Signing up to newsletters, coupon sites and promotion lists can save you a huge bucks, but you are too reluctant about getting your email spammed? Try Unroll.me – a handy email add-on that lets you instantly unsubscribe from junk emails and de-clutters your inbox by sending one digest email a day summarizing your preferred subscriptions. Just choose the time of the day when you’d like to receive it.

4. Weigh online vs. in-store prices: If possible, compare a retailer’s online price to its in-store price for an item—they’re not always the same and sometimes the online price isn’t the best deal.

5. Shopping on Marketplace : When you have finalized a product to buy from any marketplace like Amazon, Flipkart or Snapdeal, search the seller name on google. Now-a-days, all most all sellers have their own website. You will find the same product at less price. As sellers have to pay commission for using marketplace, they load that component on product price. At www.Hayagi.com, you will find jewellery prices at least 30% less compared to marketplaces.

6. Comparison shop: Use price-comparison and product-search sites to compare the prices of items at various online and local merchants.

7. Avoid shipping fees: Many stores offer free shipping if you spend a certain amount. If you’re falling short of that minimum, think about other items you may need that you can purchase ahead of time. At www.Hayagi.com, Shipping is Free across India for all orders & Worldwide Shipping Free for orders above $ 150

8. Check the return policy: Some retailers, such as www.Hayagi.com, offer free return shipping. Many others allow you to return items in-store for free. Knowing a retailer’s return policy can help you save money if you’re not completely satisfied with an item.

9. Get rewarded: Join your favorite retailers’ loyalty programs, and don’t forget to enter your loyalty number each time you shop. You can earn money back on your purchases, plus other great deals.

10. Be patient: If you don’t need an item right away, it pays to check back daily over a two-week period to see if a new coupon pops up or if an item goes on sale. And when you do see a good deal, jump on it—it often won’t last long!

11. When shopping from a new Indian E-commerce site, do check things:

  • About page – Give details about the company.
  • Refund policy
  • Payment options
  • Design
  • Contact information

If any of these details are missing, I skip to next site. The trust factor is very important for any E-commerce site.

12. Safe Website : Always check for https:// (with green colour padlock) sites as these are safe for making online payments. Moreover, your data will be secure & not shared to others. Hayagi is a safe website to browse & pay online.

13. Fast Delivery : Everyone wants there ordered products to reach as soon as possible. This is called sweet waiting period. An eCommerce store should deliver the order soon. If they mention long period, just understand that they don't have in stock & will source from someone else. Customers don't like to wait for long period & end up canceling the order.

www.Hayagi.com delivers all domestic orders in 3-5 days & International orders in 7 days.

14. Outwit the Dynamic Pricing Trap : Dynamic pricing is a sneaky strategy online merchants often use to show different prices to different customers according to your location, your browsing and spending patterns and current demand of the product. Have you ever found dirty cheap airfare that went 30% higher when you checked on the next day? That’s dynamic pricing in action. As this technique gotten incredibly sophisticated, most retailers are perfectly aware of your price point and may show you a higher price compared to someone else who pays less in online purchases.

To get a less biased price you should:

  • clear your browsing history and cookies in particular
  • log out of your accounts (email, G+, Facebook etc)
  • switch to incognito mode or better take advantage of online anonymous browsing
  • choose localized website versions instead of being redirected to US
  • choose less developed countries as home to get better prices when searching for airfare

Hayagi.com follows One Price irrespective of your geographical location or spending patterns.

Thank you for reading, I am sure you didn't knew most of these tricks.

Happy Shopping


Posted by Mahesh Uppin on 22 December, 2016 Online Shpping Tips | 0 comments | Read more →

How to Celebrate Diwali..

How to Celebrate Diwali

Diwali is a 5 day festival, celebrated to mark the triumph of good over evil. It is observed each year at some point during mid-October to mid-November in many countries such as India, Singapore, Malaysia, and Nepal, or where there are large Indian communities living such as in Canada, Britain, South Africa and New Zealand.

Just as Christians regard Christmas as a special and important holiday, Diwali is a festival that has as much meaning for Hindus. Aside from Hinduism, other religions that celebrate this festival are Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Whatever your faith, you can join in the festivity that is "The Festival of Lights".


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    Learn what Diwali is. Diwali is also known as Deepavali, the "deep" meaning "light" or "lamp", and "avali" meaning "row" This "row of lights" is represented by lighting lamps everywhere during Diwali. The reasons behind celebrating Diwali differ and are outlined under "Tips". Diwali consists of three to five days of celebrations (the duration depends on where you come from or derive the celebratory traditions from):
    • The thirteenth day from Poornima (Full Moon) (Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras). This is the first day of Diwali. "Dhan" means "wealth" and teras means thirteenth day. This is the day for celebrating the goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth. For some places in India, the lamps are kept burning for Lord Yamaraj, the God of Death.
    • The fourteenth day (Chhoti Diwali or Narak chaturdashi). Hindus believe that this is the day that Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasur, freeing the world from fear. Firecrackers are often let off from this day.
    • The new moon day (Diwali / Lakshmi puja / Lakshmipujan) of the dark fortnight of Ashwin. This is the actual day of Diwali, and the most significant day. If the house has not already been cleaned, it must be done early this day to welcome the Goddess Lakshmi. Gifts and sweets are exchanged on this day to strengthen bonds of love between family and friends. Firecrackers are let off after dinner.
    • The first day of the bright fortnight of Kartik (Balipratipada / Padiwa / Govardhan puja / Varshapratipada). This is the day that Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan Parvat to protect the Gokul people from Indra's wrath and King Vikramaditya was crowned.
    • The fifth and final day of the Diwali Festival (Bhai Dooj / Bhaiya Dooj). On the final day of Diwali, brothers and sisters renew sibling love, with sisters applying the sacred red tilak on the forehead of their brothers and praying for their long life, while brothers bless their sisters and provide gifts of love.
    • Not everyone includes the thirteenth day, and the separate holy festivals of Vasubaras and Bhaubij precede Diwali, and follow the Diwali Festival respectively.
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    Go shopping. It is customary to buy utensils and ornaments on the first day of Diwali.
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    Clean the house and business premises thoroughly before the first Diwali day, or the Dhanteras. Do the laundry, clean all the rooms and sort out your papers in both your home and business. It's like a spring cleaning of sorts, a "cleansing" ritual to rid yourself of any unnecessary elements in your environment.
    • Draw small footprints using rice flour and vermilion powder over your house; this is a way of indicating that you're awaiting the arrival of the Goddess.
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    Make the entrance way to your home or business colourful using the traditional motifs of Rangoli designs. These include bells, flower garlands, wall hangings, mirrors, LED lights, etc. This is a joyful way to welcome the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. Rangoli designs can be found across the internet, or you can be inspired by the one suggested here.
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    Try different types of Rangoli. There are also ready-made wooden Rangolis available. These are beautifully hand crafted and painted on light pieces of wood. There are innumerable ways to arrange them. So, just go wild with your creativity and create your own design (or you can be inspired by the one provided here).
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    Light lamps every night during the festival. In the evening, light small oil lamps (called "diyas") and place them around the home. Turn all the lights on and light some candles. The lamps symbolize knowledge or one's inner light, which brings about inner peace and fights off any traces of darkness and ignorance.
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    Light some firecrackers and fireworks. These are a common part of Diwali, used to symbolize warding off evil from your surroundings. They are usually set off in greatest numbers on the actual day of Diwali (the third day).
    • If you're setting off your own firecrackers, be careful and follow all safety precautions associated with using firecrackers.
    • Be careful of noisy crackers.
    • Take care to keep pets and small children indoors and away from the excitement and frightening noises. 
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    Wear new clothes and jewels on the second and third days. If you are a woman, try to obtain a sari, the traditional Indian dress for women which is 9 yards (8.2 m) of fabric draped elegantly at the waist and across the left shoulder. Women may also wear a salwar-kurta (Indian flowing tunic with matching pants/leggings and long shawl/scarf).
    • Men normally wear kurtas, the national clothes for Indian men. This is a knee-length (usually embroidered) silk or cotton tunic and matching pants.
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    Bake sweets, snacks, and savouries. These are traditional offerings for Diwali and are given as gifts. Some ideas include:
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    Go vegetarian. For many Indians, Diwali is a meatless holiday. There aren't any set dishes, so the choices can be varied but it is important to include sweets, as Diwali is about sweets. Some suggestions for meals to make during Diwali can be found in Vegetarian Indian Dishes.
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    Perform a "Lakshmi pooja". This is a ritual performed on Diwali day (the third day) in order to seek divine blessings from the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi, who helps those who strive to achieve wealth. It consists of an elaborate ritual using grains, leaves, coins, and idols to prepare a ceremony. During this ritual, you can invoke the Goddess by reciting the Vedic mantras or by thinking of her being showered with gold coins with two elephants standing one each side of her as you chant her name. Offerings are made and at the end, the aarti is performed quietly and a peaceful atmosphere should accompany the entire ritual.
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    Play games. Games are a part of the Diwali Festival, including card games, Rummy, charades, pass the parcel, musical chairs, scavenger hunt, hide and seek, etc. It's not just for kids but for everyone!
    • It's okay to play for money in card games but don't wager too much.
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    Care for your sibling. Brothers and sisters affirm sibling love and look after one another on the final day of Diwali. Cook for your sibling, give your sister presents, and tell your brother you love him and wish him a long life.
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    Join public space celebrations of Diwali. Even if you don't practice Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, or Sikhism, you can still join in the Diwali celebrations that are held in many public spaces. For example, in New Zealand both the capital Wellington and the city of Auckland, and various towns, hold public Diwali Festivals that welcome all comers. Go and see what is happening, join in the fun, and celebrate with everyone else.
    • Attend public concerts, parties, celebratory events, and feasts for Diwali.
    • Wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous Diwali.


    Courtesy: Wikihow

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Advantages of Imitation Jewellery, Every Women will love to know these facts!

The times are really getting harder and harsher. Because there is a pending and apparent economic crunch anywhere in the world, it is easy to realize that the number of robbers and thieves are really rising. But because there is a constant need to be fashionable, there is a need to wear jewelry, especially for the fashionably conscious people. But how secure and safe could you be when you decide to wear jewelries during important occasions? There surely is a imitation jewelry that would suit your taste.

Despite the big difference in pricing, it would be amazing that imitation jewelries are still looking as elegant, as gorgeous and as breath-taking as any other expensive jewelries in the market today. The dangling appeal and the fancy reception of bystanders and admirers to imitation jewelry is at the same magnitude as the adoration provided and paid to real and genuine expensive jewelries.

Gold Jewelry is bought generally as a valuable asset for lifetime investment, whereas imitation jewelry/traditional jewellery has its advantages that make it the choice for infinite women. Following are some of the advantages of Imitation Jewelry over real jewelry.

Advantages of Imitation Jewellery:

Price : The first and primary advantage of wearing imitation jewelry is its relative low cost. These types of jewelry are quite affordable for every budget person.

Safety & Security : Wearing imitation jewelry is that you would have a sense of safety and security. If ever you would be robbed while wearing the jewelry, you could be sure that you are not standing to lose a significant amount of money or asset. Imitation jewelries are cheap so you could easily buy hundreds of them anytime you desire. And you could easily dispose them if they already not usable. Burglars and thieves certainly would not like it if people would heavily patronize imitation jewelry.

Imitation jewelry is so versatile that is can be easily worn at any event or occasion and at any time. One can have jewellery matching with their dresses. And you can buy as many sets as you can.

Variety : Unparalleled variety of colors, designs, patterns and styles.

Long Lasting The Jewelry is made of copper/brass entirely covered with high gold polish, to add durability and longer lasting finish to them.

Especially in India, Imitation Jewelry is considered as elegant as other gold or precious Jewelry due to influence from Bollywood & Silver Screen (Television). The largest film industry in the world.

If you are aiming to buy a set of jewelries to suit you get up for an important occasion, why not consider buying imitation jewelry? Nowadays, people would not really care if somebody is wearing imitation jewelry. As long as the wearer could carry the items in fashion and he or she looks good and elegant on them, there would be no questions asked.

Buying imitation jewelry is also made easier nowadays. Online purchases of imitation jewelry is made more feasible and convenient. You can buy imitation jewelry at comfort of your home, office or while commuting to office. Quality products, fast delivery & return policy makes online purchase worth buying & saving your valuable time. One such online jewelry store is Hayagi. Log on to https://www.hayagi.com

Find and look for imitation jewelry, choose the design and styles you want. Consider the overall get up and design of the clothes you would wear before finally ordering and buying the appropriate imitation jewelry for you.

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Posted by Mahesh Uppin on 15 July, 2016 Jewellery Tips, Tips for Women | 0 comments | Read more →

Hayagi is the new Beeline

Beeline was launched on 01 Feb 2015, the name “Beeline” was perfect. But, going long way may clash with the same brand name in the market already but in different category. Just to avoid confusion, we are bringing change in our brand name.

So today we are announcing the end of the Beeline name and the beginning of our new name for our products: Hayagi. If you are scratching your head wondering how this name came about, it’s rather simple. Meaning: Easy. Online Shopping Made Easy. Placing an order & getting it in your hands made easy. Yeah, say it out loud, it’s OK. It’s hard to get used to a new name, it might feel foreign, that is all very normal. But say it a few more times and let it sink in, and before you know it, it will become second nature.


                                                      Hayagi (हायागि)

You will begin seeing this new name roll out on our products over the next two days.

Before I go, I want to be clear. We will be still providing the same great products at Honest Prices, with the same dedication.


Posted by Mahesh Uppin on 04 July, 2016 0 comments | Read more →

Save Upto 30% on Jewellery - Buy from Sellers Not from Marketplaces

Sales on all major marketplaces have started declining. Reason..?

Marketplace Commissions

All marketplaces collect commission from sellers on successful orders as sellers are using there platform. Commissions vary from 15-30% (with regards to jewellery) Sellers are compelled to pay commission fees, closing fee, collection fee, shipping, taxes, fixed fees & cancellation fees (if orders get canceled).

Obviously, sellers won't pay all these fees from his pocket. He loads each and every component on product price. By doing so, the product cost ends up with 25-30% more if the seller sells through his own channel.

Customers buying from marketplaces feel they are buying from well known company. But, most of the customers fail to compare product prices with other players.

Buying directly from seller's portal like www.BeelinePune.com, will surely save you up to 30%

When you plan to buy jewellery in future, do compare prices on our website before placing order through marketplaces.


Posted by Mahesh Uppin on 19 June, 2016 0 comments | Read more →
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    Hayagi sells contemporary, classic and exquisite Jewellery for all occasions. From Traditional, Antique, South Indian, Maharashtrian & Western Jewellery, Hayagi has it. Hayagi has 3 years existence, creating and selling stunning Jewellery for customers worldwide. Being an online company allows... Read more →