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Positive Feedback - Store Utsav Diyas Grace An Australian Wedding

Store Utsav Diyas at Australian Wedding Customer Michelle Mole from Brisbane, Australia, ordered our diyas for the most important event of her life, her wedding. Rakhi, Founder #StoreUtsav, wrote a personal note (image 2) for the couple in a complimentary best wishes handmade card of camel dung (image 1) made under the aegis of Rajasthan Govt. The customer expresses her delight as follows.  Image 3 & 4 were the original product listings.
"Highly recommend purchasing from Store Utsav. Rakhi won't hesitate to look after you and the products you purchase. Products arrived on time and in perfect condition, exactly as the images advertised. Rakhi corresponds promptly to all enquiries, which is very helpful purchasing unseen items. Very happy with my #diyas, they will shine brightly at our wedding.
I look forward to purchasing again in the future from Rakhi and store Utsav. Thank you team."
She even sent Rakhi a personal note:
"I have received the diyas and just want to say how thankful I am to you. the diyas are beautiful, perfect, thankyou for taking the time to package them up so well for the journey. Thank you with all my heart for your card, it really made my day and we were both very touched by it. How lucky am I to have received two wonderful gifts through the Internet, thank you for your kindness, thoughtfulness, and friendship. I have attached some images for you! I will send some photos of the diyas at our wedding.thank you so very much"
Our customers have been trusting our products with the most important events of their lives. We are delighted that we are able to touch so many lives across the globe and art is turning into an #Ustav (festival). In turn, this is inspiring the artists who had almost given up on several art forms. As a result, boundless #art, the cultural roots of 'humanity,' lives, the mission our company exists for. A big thank you again to all our customers worldwide and making Store Utsav their family! 


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