Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are and how they are used on the website. Please read this policy carefully to understand how we use cookies

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded onto your device when you access a website.

What do cookies do?

It allows the website to recognise your device and store some information about your preferences or past actions in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. In short, cookies help us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve our website. Cookies do not typically contain any information that personally identifies a user, but personal information that we store about You may be linked to the information stored in and obtained from Cookies. For further information on how We use, store and keep your personal data secure, see our Privacy Policy. We do not store sensitive personal information, such as mailing addresses, account passwords, etc. in the Cookies We use.

Are all cookies the same?

Not exactly.

Are Cookies safe?

You can set your browser:
• Cookies are less of a "safety" issue, and more of a "potential for tracking you/privacy" issue.
• For the most part, cookies are a safe and necessary part of using the Internet. A lot of websites won't work properly if you don't have Cookies enabled.
• Cookies (particularly Third-Party Cookies) can be used to track your behaviour between websites (such as in the example of advertisers building a profile of your activity over time).
• If you are concerned about Cookie safety, you can disable cookies and try browsing the web. Notice if you have different experiences with websites that you visit. If you're unable to access certain websites because of this, then consider turning them back on. If not, then feel free to leave cookies disabled!
• If you are interested in having a lot of control about which websites place cookies on your computer, you can install an extension in some web browsers (like Chrome or Firefox) to help you manage them.

How to control cookies manually

You can set your browser:
• To allow all cookies
• To allow only 'trusted' sites to send them
• To accept only those cookies from websites you are currently using.

Type of Cookies We Use:

1. Session cookies :
Administered by: Us
Use : Session cookies which are temporary and will only be stored in the memory of your browser while it is open. As soon as the browser is closed, the cookie will be removed from your its history. - This cookies help to authenticate users and prevent fraudulent use of user accounts. Without these Cookies, the services that You have asked for cannot be provided, and We only use these Cookies to provide You with those services.

2. Persistent cookies :
Administered by: Us
Use : Persistent cookies have an expiration date stuck to them. These cookies are not removed when the browser is closed but are removed after the expiry date is reached. These durations are set in accordance with the purpose served by the cookies. You can also manually delete these cookies.

3. First-party cookies :
Administered by: Us
Use : First-party cookies are installed directly by the website (ie domain) the user is visiting (ie the URL shown in the browser's address bar). These cookies enable website owners to collect analytics data, remember language settings, and perform other useful functions that provide a good user experience.

4. Third party cookies:
Administered by: Us
Use : Third-party cookies, also referred to as tracking cookies, collect data based on your online behavior. When you visit a website, third-party cookies collect various types of data that are then passed on or sold to advertisers by the website that created the cookie. Tracking your interests, location, age, and search trends, these cookies collect information so that marketers can provide you with custom advertisements. These are the ads that appear on websites you visit and display content relevant to your interests.

Cookies can originate from different sources:

1. First-party : cookies are created by the website you are visiting.
2. Third-party : cookies are created by third-party vendors and placed by the website owner for different purposes.
You can find more information about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set on your device and how to manage and delete them, at

What does the cookie warning actually do?

The warning is supposed to alert you that the website you're visiting will store cookies on your device. Some websites include an option to control what kinds of cookies will be allowed from that site, letting you choose to only accept cookies required for basic functionality, or to also accept cookies which are related to advertising or tracking.
Don't forget though, that cookies themselves aren't "good or bad", it's just the way that sites use them that matters.

Should I clear my cookies?

There are a couple of reasons you might need to clear the cookies on your computer or phone.
• To fix a bug or problem with a website
• You are on a public or shared computer.
• You are concerned about Third-Party cookies tracking you.

How to prevent Third-Party cookie risks?

The easiest way to prevent Third-Party cookies from risking your privacy is to simply tell your web browser to refuse them. follow the guide to enabling cookies to allow normal cookies and refuse third-party cookies. It's a good way of becoming a bit more private online.

Why might you not want to clear cookies?

• Websites will log you out.
• You may lose your site settings/preferences or shopping cart

Your Choices Regarding Cookies

For any other web browser, please visit your web browser’s official web pages.

Please read below points to find out how to manage cookies in the major resources

  • Google Chrome
  • Click on the “Menu” tab in the upper-right corner and then click on “Settings”.
    • To block cookies : Settings → Click on “Advanced” to expand → Under Privacy and Security, Click on “Content Settings” → Click on “Cookies” → To block cookies, Click on toggle button next to this line “Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)“ → This will block the cookies.
    • To check cookies : Settings → Click on “Advanced” to expand → Under Privacy and Security → Click on “Content Settings” → Click on “Cookies” → See all cookies and site data → Click on the website and check the cookies used in that particular site.
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Click on the Menu tab in the upper-right corner → Click on Options → In the left side navigation, Click on Privacy and Security → Under History, Select “Use Custom setting for history” from the Drop down → Click on Show Cookies Buttons → Select the file which you want to remove and then click on remove selected button.
  • Internet Explorer
  • Open Internet Explorer → Click on Tools menu in the upper-right corner → Click on Internet Options → This will open a window with many tab → Click on Privacy tab → Under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies → Then click Apply. Open Internet Explorer → Click on Tools menu in the upper-right corner → Click on Internet Options → This will open a window with many tabs → Click on Privacy tab → Click on Sites button → Enter site name and then click Allow or Block button → If user clicks block button, that website is not allowed to use cookies in IE → Then click Apply.
  • Safari
  • Open Safari → Click on Preferences from Safari menu → Go to Privacy tab → Click on “Remove all Website data” to remove all the stored data → Click Remove now button from the pop-up → Click on Details button under “Remove all Website data” → Select the sites you want to remove the data → Click Remove → Click Done.

Contact US :

If you have any questions about this Cookies Policy, You can contact us by email