Privacy Policy

INDIARA takes the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat your personal data confidentially, in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations, including the European General Data Protection Regulation ('DSGVO' or 'GDPR'), and on the basis of this Privacy Policy.


Scope of data collection and storage

In general, the use of our website does not require you to provide personal information. In order for us to be able to provide our services, we may need your personal data. This applies both to the sending of information material or to the answering of individual requests.

If you entrust us with the provision of a service, we only collect and store your personal data as far as it is necessary for the provision of the service or the performance of the mandate. It may be necessary to disclose your personal information to any person required to maintain confidentiality, which we use to perform the service or to fulfill our mandate.

If we perform any of the following or other acts or provide services, we only want to collect and store your personal data - if this is necessary to fulfill the purpose. At the appropriate place on our website, we will ask for your express consent:

• personalization of our website,
• analysis of user behavior,
• other services and offers, for the collection of data but your repeated and explicit consent is required.


Privacy Policy for Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses so-called "cookies", text files that are stored on your computer and that allow an analysis of the use of the website by you. The information generated by the cookie about your use of this website (including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports on website activity for website operators, and to provide other services related to website activity and internet usage. Google will also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or if third parties process this data on behalf of Google. Google agrees never to associate your IP address with other data stored by Google. Google is solely responsible for this commitment.

You can prevent the installation of cookies by setting your browser software accordingly. We point out, however, that in this case you may not be able to use all functions of this website in full. By using this website, you agree to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner described above and for the purpose stated in this subsection.

For more information, see the Google Privacy Policy at You do not want to participate in Google Analytics anymore (additional opt-out:


Privacy Policy for the use of YouTube

Also the website of INDIARA refers to software of "YouTube" and integrates this offer by plugins and linking in the information offer. YouTube software uses cookies for data collection and statistical data analysis. YouTube uses cookies to capture reliable video statistics, prevent fraud, and improve usability, among other things. The operator receives statistical values through the YouTube cookies to retrieve individual videos embedded in the website without reference to the respective user. YouTube's embedded or linked videos are used within the scope of permitted use by YouTube, which all users must accept. If you see copyright infringement, please report it directly to YouTube.

For more details about the use of cookies on YouTube, please refer to the YouTube Privacy Policy at:


Privacy Policy for the use of Facebook

On the pages of INDIARA plugins of the social network Facebook, 1601 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA are integrated. When you visit our pages, the plugin establishes a direct connection between your browser and the Facebook server. If you click on the Facebook "Like-Button" while you are logged into your Facebook account, you can link the contents of our pages to your Facebook profile. As a result, Facebook can assign the visit to our pages to your user account.

We point out that we as the provider of the Facebook page https://de-de.facebook,com/ or others no knowledge of the content of the data transmitted and their use by Facebook received. For more information, see the Facebook Privacy Policy at

If you do not wish Facebook to associate your visit to our pages with your Facebook user account, please log out of your Facebook user account.


Privacy Policy for the use of Twitter

On our pages plugins and thus functions of the service Twitter are included. These features are provided by Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA. By using Twitter and the "Re-Tweet" function, the websites you visit are linked to your Twitter account and shared with other users. This data is also transmitted to Twitter.
We point out that as provider of the site we are not aware of the content of the transmitted data and their use by Twitter. For more information, see the Twitter Privacy Policy at

You can change your privacy settings on Twitter in the Account Settings at


Privacy Policy for Using Google Plus (Google+)

This website uses a Google Plus plugin. If you press the button in the footer of the website or go to a website of our website that contains a button to Google Plus, your browser establishes a direct connection to Google's servers. The content of a "+1" button is sent by Google directly to your browser and incorporated by him into the website. We therefore have no control over the amount of data Google collects from the button. According to Google, no personal data is collected without a click on the button. Only logged in members, such data, including the IP address, collected and processed. The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Google as well as your rights in this regard and setting options for the protection of your privacy can be found in Google's privacy policy regarding the +1 button and the FAQ. If you are a Google Plus member and do not want Google to collect information about you through our website and associate it with your member data stored on Google, you must log out of Google Plus prior to visiting our website.

For more information, see the Google Privacy Policy (Plus) at


Privacy Policy for the use of LinkedIn

Our website uses features of the LinkedIn network. Providers is LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. Each time you visit one of our pages that contains LinkedIn features, it will connect to LinkedIn servers. LinkedIn is informed that you have visited our website with your IP address. If you click LinkedIn's "Recommend Button" and are logged in to your LinkedIn account, LinkedIn will be able to associate your visit to our website with you and your user account. We point out that we as the provider of the pages have no knowledge of the content of the transmitted data and their use by LinkedIn.

For more information, see the LinkedIn privacy statement at:


Privacy Policy for the use of Pinterest

On our site, we use social plugins from the Pinterest social network operated by Pinterest Inc., 808 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94103-490, USA ("Pinterest"). When you visit a page that contains such a plugin, your browser connects directly to the servers of Pinterest. The plugin transmits protocol data to the server of Pinterest in the USA. This log data may include your IP address, the address of the websites visited, which also includes Pinterest features, browser type and settings, the date and time of the request, how you use Pinterest, and cookies.

For more information on the purpose, scope, and further processing and use of the data by Pinterest, as well as your rights and privacy practices, please refer to the Pinterest Privacy Policy:


Privacy Policy for the use of Skype

Our site uses a link to the Skype service of Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-6399, USA. This button allows you to access the Skype service. If you visit one of our websites with Skype-Button, the browser establishes a direct connection to the servers of Microsoft. We have no control over the amount of data Microsoft collects and transmits using this plugin. According to our current state of knowledge, the IP address of the user as well as the URL of the respective website are transmitted.

For more information, see the Microsoft Privacy Policy at and


IT security

Please note: Your personal data will not be transmitted encrypted over the Internet. However, with the help of our provider Host Europe, we safeguard our website and other systems through technical and organizational measures against loss, destruction, access, modification or dissemination of your data by unauthorized persons. Despite regular checks, full protection against all dangers is not possible.


Your data will not be disclosed to third parties without your explicit consent.


Information and data autonomy

You may receive information about your stored personal data from INDIARA at any time and demand its correction, deletion or blocking at any time. Likewise, you may change or revoke your consent at any time without notice for any reason with future effect. For this you will incur no other than the postage costs or delivery costs.

A partial or complete revocation of the declaration of consent is possible at any time by sending an appropriate message (by letter or e-mail) to INDIARA (post[at] A contradiction to the above mentioned purposes does not affect your possible contractual relations with INDIARA.


Responsible for data protection and IT security:

Berndt.Legal | RA Rainer Berndt
At St. Albertus Magnus 37
45136 Essen, Germany
E-Mail: ra [at]
Tel .: +49 201 2200 282




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INDIARA is digitally situated in these regions, countries and cities:
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  2. Mumbai: (India)
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First Diamonds came from India  or  Indian Ranis wear Diamonds


India is generally accepted as the first known source of diamonds, which were found among the gravel of river beds, many centuries BC. We now know, of course, that these alluvial diamonds had been ejected from the earth by fierce volcanic activity, swept up along by water and jostled against companion rocks and sediments over millions of years, before reaching their final destinations.


To say that diamonds were first “discovered” or “found” in India implies “identification”, but one can only speculate as to why or when someone first bent down to pick one up. Out of curiosity, perhaps, to take a closer look at something unusual that stood outfrom the rest? They can appear in several different shapes or retain their octahedral crystal form. Some are naturally distorted or have been broken, along with others that became rounded during the journey from their source. Others may look clouded or '”frosted”, but are soon recognised by the practised eye.

The initial discovery may well have been in 2,800 BC, when the Dravidians were sieving for gold, but references to diamonds by name, rather than to hard and 'invincible' substances, did not appear in Indian texts until the 4th century BC. Chhotalal believes that the words vairam (Tamil), vajra, hira, hirak (Sanskrit), almas (Arabic) and the 'invincible' adamas (Greek) were applied to many hard metals and minerals, besides diamonds, in earlier times. Some consider that the Hebraic jahalom (diamond, stemming from 'to overcome') of the Old Testament was incorrectly translated in the Authorised Version of the Bible in AD 1612.

Earlier translators used 'crysolite', now an archaic word, which they applied to any yellow or green-yellowish gem. Others could find no evidence to support the earliest dates. Like others, they cast doubt on Biblical references in Exodus, set around 1,200 BC. These should have been interpreted as meaning the hardest substance known at that time - perhaps corundum or iron. But, from all his exhaustive research, some do not appear quite so certain about a referenee in the Prophet Jeremiah (17:1), where the diamond is described as a 'tool for engraving', and this is dated around 600 BC.


On this site you can learn more about the breathtaking history of Indian diamonds.



More information on request: post[at]
 All historical texts on this website: Een Streling Voor Het Oog, Antwerpen 1997

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