This Cookies Policy describes how (the “us”, “we”, or “our”) to explain why and how we use “cookies” or similar technologies.


This Cookies Policy is issued by NIMI ARTS with respect to non-Indian customers; This policy applies to our use of “cookies” like scripts, tracking pixels, web beacons in connection with and services.

Cookies or similar technologies is used on our website and email communications to assist make an individual’s visits more effective. We would like to explain more about how and why the site uses them. You can adjust your browser settings to block
cookies on the Website, however if an individual does this, it won’t be able to use certain functions on this website.

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that may be stored on an individual’s internet devices such as a computer, smartphone, desktop, or tablet when you visit any website. The cookies help websites remember information about an individual’s data about their country, language, and other information. Cookies, also known as HTTPS Cookies help the site identify a specific user and make the experience easier for the next visitor.

Pixels, alternatively called Web Beacons, are pixels placed on web pages or in emails that use this technology for marketing and measurement purposes. Tracking pixels work similarly with cookies and may allow the site to gather information about your movement and behavior on our website or emails received from us.

Portraitit also uses coolies to help you save your browsing history that can be used the next time you visit the website without the individual having to re-enter it every time it visits that website. Cookies allow Portraitit to provide data and show personalized content for each user. It also helps us analyze how our users interacts with our website and serve advertisements to our website visitors when they are browsing other areas of the internet.

How Does Portraitit Use Cookies?

The cookies used on is either set by us or our third-party service providers.

Cookies used on the site are of the following categories:
1. Necessary
2. Performance
3. Functionality
4. Targeting

Of the following cookies, there are “sessions cookies”, which stay in place as long as an individual stays on the website and may be deleted at the end of the individual’s browsing session. The others are “persistent cookies” that remain on the device for a period of time ever after the individual has left the website.

Portraitit places the cookies on your device during your first visit to the website.

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are essential in order to enable an individual to move around the site and use the features the site has to offer. Removing or disabling Necessary cookies takes away the guarantee of an individual’s benefit of the site and its security features.

These Cookies contain a unique reference number which helps us to:
1. Identify you as logged in to secure parts of our website for the duration of your visit;
2. Remember information you have previously entered to complete a form on our Website.

  • Performance Cookies

Performance Cookies collect data about visitors’ usage behavior of our website. They allow the website to recognize and count the number of visitors and how they navigate around the website.

The Performance Cookies as the name suggests are used by the site for the following:
1. Analyze how visitors use the Website;
2. Record any error that occurs;
3. Test different designs of the Website;
4. Measure the effectiveness of our advertising.

All the aspects related to how the website is performing are taken care of by the Performance Cookies.

  • Functionality Cookies

Functionality Cookies are used to provide services or to remember what choices a user made. These cookies help a website personalise the content according to the user by remembering the choice of language or region. It makes the website experience better and meets the user preference for content layout, text size, language and likes.

A user can manage these Cookies using the individual’s browser settings. Blocking them may restrict you from using certain offers available on services that you have chosen.

  • Targeting Cookies

Targeting Cookies record the fact that you have visited the Website, including which web pages you have accessed through which device and the links that you have followed. These cookies may be set through our site by our advertising partners. They may be used by our third party service providers to build a profile of your interests and to show relevant adverts on other sites.

The data obtained through Targeting Cookies may be used for:
1. To deliver online content and marketing via email or on other websites or applications personalized to the user’s interest, or online experiences;
2. For providing advertising agencies with information about your visit so that they can show you relevant adverts online.

Please note that we will only send you marketing emails in line with our Privacy Statement and any preferences you have provided regarding receipt of direct marketing communications.

We use a third a party provider, Klaviyo, to deliver our emails. The statistics are gathered around email open and click rates using industry-standard technology including tracking pixels to monitor the effectiveness of our campaigns. If you do not want us to track emails sent to you, you can always opt of receiving marketing messages by unsubscribing to our newsletter or through ways explained in our Privacy Statement.

You can manage these cookies using the browser settings. Please note that if you do block these cookies using your browser, you may still be shown advertisements, however, these may be less relevant and personalized to you.

How Do I Change My Cookie Settings?

To reset your cookie preferences click here.

Accepting and Blocking Cookies?

Most browsers have cookies enabled by default but a user can change the cookie settings, which are usually found in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ setting of your internet browser.

You can enable or disable any cookies from the website through the browser setting that allows you to refuse the setting of some or all cookies. You can also use the browser settings to delete cookies. You can visit this website to know more about cookies.

If you share the use of computer, accepting or rejecting the use of cookies may affect all users of that computer.

If you would like more information about our policy overall, please read through our Privacy Statement.

Questions regarding this statement should be directed to