Weddings are a deep-rooted element of our society, and Indian brides are known as symbols of beauty, pride and elegance. India is a vast country with different customs and traditions practiced even within the same state. Yet, there is something that unites us all - the "Muhurat" or the auspicious time for celebration. At Kalyan Jewellers, we embrace the importance of every "Muhurat". Our wedding collections are for every bride, from every part of India.
India’s beauty lies in its diversity. Every part of India has its unique jewellery, the expertise to create those exist only in that region, passed on through generations. Kalyan’s biggest strength is in these craftsmen who create unique designs just for us from every nook and corner of India. And this range of jewellery, with those subtle nuances and the perfect finish which you won’t find anywhere else is what we bring you through our various brands.
We are one of the oldest business families in India with a family legacy of 112 years in business. Started for the noble cause of nation-building and self-sustenance in a pre-independent India, the forefathers believed ethical, honest and transparent business practices should form the foundation of the group.
Having ventured into jewellery retailing in 1993 in Thrissur, Kerala, India, where we are headquartered, and as on June 30, 2020, we have 137 showrooms spread across India and GCC.
Today, when I look around me, business is all about toplines, bottomlines and market capitalisation. But Kalyan entered into business in a pre-independent India to build a better India, as our forefathers believed ethical, fair business will make India self-sufficient and strong.
Personally, I believe Kalyan Jewellers' major achievement is the trust we have earned from millions of people across the length and breadth of a huge subcontinent like India, and abroad in the GCC.
I feel our biggest differentiator is not only the ability to understand local, think local and act local, but at the same time bring in our vast experience and sourcing strength out of operating in multiple markets. Jewellery is a complicated product, because tastes vary even within the same state. What helps us here is the huge variety of products we stock from artisans across the country and even the Arab countries.
We have always visualized everything on a large scale. We always enjoyed making the road and never thought of following a trail. Massive marketing campaigns and launches, path-breaking ads which were never-before seen in jewellery advertising, multi-storey large format jewellery showrooms, same-day multi-launch ceremonies and events.
National, May 27th 2020: The usual fervor of Big Fat Indian Summer weddings, have given way to downsized mini-monies (miniature ceremonies) this season. read more
National, 9th May 2020: Kalyan Jewellers has today announced the re-opening of 10 showrooms across three states and one Union Territory in India. read more
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