Srinagar: In a glittering function here, Bangalore-based gems and jewellery brand running their stores in Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Dubai and other cities on Thursday opened its first Srinagar outlet.
It’s the eighth branch of the famous gems & jewellery brand which has attained a competitive edge in the highly demanding global market and entrenched themselves as the leading gem stones supplier based on their planetary or astrology-effect.
They cater to precious gem stones, semi-precious stones, planetary gem stones, astrological gem stones, lucky stones, birth stones and beads.
“I am extremely delighted to open Rasikh Gems and Jewellers in Srinagar,” said Mir Mahadi Hussain, Chairman of the brand.
“I am grateful to all, who have been by our side throughout our journey. Your presence at the event is a huge encouragement to our team.”
Parliament Member Justice (Red) Hasnain Masoodi inaugurated the store by cutting the ribbon. Dr Farooq Abdullah, who was scheduled to open the store, could not attend as he is in self quarantine due to Covid infection.
After establishment in 1996, Rasikh Gems and Jewellers over the years has become the leading trader, supplier and retailer of precious stones.
The brand created its niche in the market through its customer service, international quality and a competitive price.
“We are a small company with a great aptitude for value, satisfaction and reliability,” said Dr MM Raza, Astro gemologist.
“Our products caters into different types depending on their size, shape etc. Our dedicated team has many talented and creative artisans who have been in this business for generations. They are known for their ability to design in traditional styles and later depending on customer needs.”
Be Part of Quality Journalism
Quality journalism takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce and despite all the hardships we still do it. Our reporters and editors are working overtime in Kashmir and beyond to cover what you care about, break big stories, and expose injustices that can change lives. Today more people are reading Kashmir Observer than ever, but only a handful are paying while advertising revenues are falling fast.