Privacy Policy

We place the highest value on security and privacy. The usage, disclosure, and distribution of information policies and procedures of house of vyoma are detailed here. You accept this Privacy Policy's terms and conditions by accessing this website. Please refrain from using or accessing our website if you disagree. By using the Website, you hereby give us your explicit agreement to use and disclose your personal information in the ways set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Without prior notice, our privacy practises are subject to change at any time. Please periodically review this policy to make sure you are aware of any updates.

If you register for the Site and the Offerings, we will obtain information about you through your user account on the Offerings (your "Account"); if you use the Offerings generally; and if you use third-party websites and services. By using the Offerings, you agree that your information may be collected, transferred, altered, stored, disclosed, and used in other ways as outlined in this Privacy Policy.

When you use or access the Offerings, personally identifiable information (also known as "Personal Information") may be collected. This privacy statement also governs how we handle any Personal Information that we may receive from or share with our business partners.

Scope of Privacy Policy

The practises of third parties that we do not own or control, such as any third-party websites, services, and applications ("Third Party Services") that you choose to access through the Offerings or people that we do not manage or employ, are not covered by this privacy statement. We make an effort to choose service providers with high privacy and security requirements and to make access to them easier. However, we are unable to assume liability for outside service providers. If you access any Third Party Services, we strongly advise you to thoroughly study their privacy policies.

Information Collection

We gather data so that we can give our users a secure, customised, and effective experience. It enables us to enhance and upgrade the services we provide to users. We only collect information that we consider necessary to achieve this purpose.

Without disclosing your identity or other personal information about yourself, you are free to visit the website anonymously. You are no longer anonymous to us after you provide us your personal information. We try to make it clear which fields are necessary and which ones are optional. You can never be forced to give information; you may always decide not to use a certain service or feature on the Website.

When someone uses our website, whether by logging in or just browsing, we may compile behavioural data. To better understand, safeguard, and serve our users overall, we use this data to conduct demographic, interest, and behaviour analyses of users. This data may include the user's IP address, the URL they came from (whether that URL is on our website or not), the URL they go to when they leave (whether that URL is on our website or not), and the URL they came from.

Cookies are used by us to collect data. The information gathered is used to evaluate how well website functionality, page flow, and user experience work. Users can input their password less frequently when logged in thanks to cookies. You can decide to disable cookies and access the website nevertheless.

This can restrict some helpful features on the website. Third-party cookies and other similar components on some website pages are not within our control.

On how people use the website, we might gather various types of data. We gather data on shoppers' online shopping habits and transactions. We also gather other data from transactions, such as the billing address, credit card or debit card number, expiration date, and/or information on other payment instruments, such as tracking data from checks or money orders.

Additionally, we get data from forums, message boards, and feedback. As permitted by law, we may keep your information as long as it's required to resolve disputes, offer customer assistance, and troubleshoot issues. We may also gather information through letters and emails given to us from individuals that are personally identifiable.

When you create a free account with us, we ask for personally identifiable information from you, such as your email address, name, phone number, credit card or debit card information, or details of other payment instruments. Various actions (like placing an order) do require registration even though you can view some areas of our website without registering. Your contact information is used by us to send you offers that are customized to your interests and past purchases.

Account Information

When you create an account, you must enter details such your username, password, and email address, some of which may be Personal Information. By registering for an account on the Offerings and giving us Personal Information, you agree that this information may be personal to you and that you may not remain anonymous as a result. Your contact information might be used by us on rare occasions when we deem it necessary to give you information about our offerings. You can opt out of receiving these messages by going to your account settings, but we reserve the right to get in touch with you in certain circumstances, such when your account needs to be recovered. In order to use some features of the website, you may need to register and share information about yourself, including your name, phone number, email address, and credit card or other payment instrument information, among other things.

On some Website pages, we employ data collecting tools like "cookies" to track visitor behaviour, track the success of our promotions, and advance trust and safety. Cookies are little files that are downloaded to your computer's hard drive and help us provide our services. We provide some features that can only be accessed by using a "cookie."

Additionally, we employ cookies so that you have to input your password less frequently while logged in. Additionally, cookies might assist us in delivering content that is customised to your interests. The majority of cookies are "session cookies," which means that they are removed from your hard drive at the conclusion of a session. If your browser allows, you can always choose to reject our cookies, but doing so may prevent you from using some features of the Website and force you to input your password more frequently when logged in.

On some Website pages, third parties may also use "cookies" or other similar technologies to store information about you. We have no control over how third parties use cookies.

We get information about your purchasing habits if you decide to make a purchase through the website.

If you transact with us, we may also collect additional information from you, such as your billing address, credit card number, expiration date, and/or other payment instrument information, such as tracking data from checks or money orders.

We will collect the information you give us if you choose to offer feedback or post messages in our message boards, chat rooms, or other message areas. As allowed by law, we keep your information as long as it's required to resolve disputes, offer customer assistance, and troubleshoot issues.

We may compile information about you into a file if you send us personal correspondence, including emails or letters, or if other users or other parties send us correspondence regarding your actions or postings on the Website.

Use of demographic and profile data

Your personal information is used by us to: resolve disputes; troubleshoot issues; support a safe service; collect money; assess consumer interest in our products and services; personalise your experience; detect and protect us from errors, fraud, and other illegal activity; enforce our terms and conditions; and as otherwise disclosed to you at the time of collection.

On occasion, we may invite you to participate in optional online surveys. You might be prompted to provide contact and demographic information in these surveys (like pincode, age, education, or income). We use this information to personalise your visit to our website, show you stuff we believe you'll find interesting, and present it in a way that suits your interests.

Sharing of personal information

In order to facilitate your requests for joint or co-branded services where such services are offered by more than one corporate entity, we may share personal information with our other corporate entities and affiliates. This helps detect and prevent identity theft, fraud, and other potentially illegal acts. Unless you specifically consent, those organisations and their affiliates may not market to you as a result of such sharing.

If necessary to comply with subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process, we may be obligated by law or in the good faith conviction that doing so is reasonably reasonable. In the good faith belief that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to: enforce our Terms or Privacy Policy; respond to claims that an advertisement, posting, or other content violates the rights of a third party; or protect the rights, property, or personal safety of our users or the general public, we may disclose personal information to law enforcement offices, third party rights owners, or others.

If we (or our assets) decide to engage in any business reorganisation, amalgamation, or restructuring, we and our affiliates may share or sell part or all of the personal information you provide to us with that other business entity. In the event that such a transaction takes place, the other business entity (or the resulting combined firm) will be obligated to abide by this privacy statement with regard to your personal data.

Links to Other Sites

Our website contains connections to other websites that may track your personally identifiable data.

Your Consent

You consent to the collection and use of the information you disclose on the Website in accordance with this Privacy Policy by using the Website and/or by providing your information. This consent includes, but is not limited to, your consent to the sharing of your information in accordance with this privacy policy.

To ensure that you are constantly informed of the data we gather, how we use it, and when we release it, if we decide to make changes to our privacy policy, we will post those changes on this page.

Grievance Officer

In accordance with Information Technology Act 2000 .


If you have any queries about this statement, kindly contact us.