We are offering free shipping on all jewellery including coins and silver jewellery in districts where we are located. In other locations, delivery charges will be applicable on all orders as indicated when location data is entered on the checkout page. The charges in most cases are rupees 500 for Gold products and 200 for Silver products. We use secure insured shipping. Once ordered, please contact email@example.com to check order status.
Returns And Exchanges Your complete shopping satisfaction is our No.1 Priority. If an item you ordered from abharan.com does not meet your expectations, please contact us within seven (7) days of purchase to obtain a return authorization and instructions. The product must be returned in original condition in the original packaging. Upon arrival and inspection, product refunds will be promptly credited to the original purchase account. Certain items may have additional specific return conditions published on the respective product web page.
Warranty And Defect Claims Abharan takes complete responsibility for return and replacement shipping costs if any product is determined to be defective. Please contact us within the warranty period to obtain instructions.
Cost Differs If the ordered item is not in stock at the time of delivery, the cost and weight may differ
Note : Order once placed on website is not final. All details will be reverified. Final Order confirmation will be done by our executive on call or WhatsApp within 48 hours
A Modern Story Of Abharan
Late Sri Burde Sadananda Kamath
It all began in 1930. Late Sri Burde Sadananda Kamath, a general merchant, in his travels to Malnad, discovered the exquisite nature of jewellery made in Udupi. Soon he began purchasing jewellery from the local craftsmen and selling them to the customers in other places. In 1935, Kamath opened "Neo Jewellery Mart", the first jewellery shop in Udupi.
A man of principles, Kamath only sold pure, quality gold to customers. The Gold Control Act of 1962 restricted jewellers from selling 22 karat gold. They were allowed to sell only 14 karat gold. Utterly dejected Kamath closed his shop.
Years later the government withdrew its restrictions. And in 1979 Sri Madhukar S. Kamath, the founder's son, started a new gold showroom 'Abharan Jewellers' in Udupi. From then on, Abharan grew into a retail chain with 14 showrooms in Karnataka & 1 showroom in Goa under the skillful management of Sri Subhas M. Kamath and Sri Mahesh M. Kamath, sons of Sri Madhukar S. Kamath, and the guiding force of their uncle Sri Dayanand Kamath. Abharan also has separate silver showrooms in Udupi and Mangalore.
Abharan is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified jeweller selling 'Hallmark' jewellery. In fact, Abharan was the first to introduce the Karatometer in the country. Abharan has an online purchase window enabling customers to choose and purchase jewellery through the internet. With uncompromising quality and customer satisfaction measures Abharan has won customers the world over.