Dun & Bradstreet and Cox & Kings is pleased to present to you the 9th edition of Bharat – Hamari Nazar Se Dekho, a newsletter to take the readers on a journey to explore the luxury travel destinations across the Indian sub-continent. Bharat – Hamari Nazar Se Dekho has been put together for Cox & Kings by Dun & Bradstreet India, the world's leading source of global business information, knowledge and insight.
The origin of the word 'luxury' dates back to mid 17th century and comes from Latin word 'luxus', which has a meaning of 'excess'. The Collins English Dictionary (2012) explains luxury as an “indulgence in rich and sumptuous living”. It is hard to define the specific characteristics that contribute to the term luxury. This is because our perception of luxury is individual; it depends on our individual real-life experiences. Luxury could be something tailor-made, something special to do, or to own, a privilege, or simply the time to do what we want with our money. Luxury is always evolving but since the past 20 years it is changing at a faster pace. Until the 1990s luxury was a closed and very elitist universe but since the 90's luxury marketing revolution, it has had to adapt itself to the market and of the wider society.

D&B – Cox & Kings Bharat Hamari Nazar Se Dekho

A monthly newsletter which explores the rich heritage & diverse culture in India

Dun & Bradstreet – Cox & Kings Bharat Hamari Nazar Se Dekho has been put together for Cox & Kings by Dun & Bradstreet India to take the readers on a journey to explore the rich heritage and diverse cultural influences of the Indian sub-continent. This monthly newsletter covers a glimpse of the different facets of India – from diverse culture, tradition, festivals, culinaries to exotic places of India besides others.

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