As the countdown to Christmas gets underway, choosing the right gift for the festive season can be a real challenge. The usual clichés of clothes, accessories like watches, hand bags, wallets, perfumes or cuff-links, don’t make the cut anymore. Home and lifestyle products like wall-hangings, scented candles, tableware, and crockery accompanied with hampers of sweets – all are options that have been in the market for years and doesn’t really set a personal and unique tone to your gifting.
But there’s much needed help in sight with Saregama’s newly launched digital audio player – Carvaan. Launched earlier this year in May, the product has already become a conversation piece, and has been seen as a favorite amongst celebs and common people alike. It’s been looked upon as the perfect mix of nostalgia and modern technology, an unique innovation in the music entertainment space.
Saregama Carvaan is pre-loaded with 5000 evergreen Hindi songs. The music collection on Carvaan has been handpicked through a process of thorough research and analysis and classified based on artistes, lyricists and music composers and genres and moods. From the entire and much coveted vintage collection of Ameen Sayani’s Geetmala to R.D. Burman’s pulsating hits, to the evergreen favorites of Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Mohd Rafi and Mukesh – just select any category by turning the jog-dial and re-live the golden era of music. It has the charm of the old-world radio – you will start listening to a new song every time you turn it on – along with a handful of nifty modern features as well. You can enjoy your personal collection of songs by plugging in a USB drive or by streaming songs from your phone to Carvaan via Bluetooth. It also comes with a remote for convenience of use, with a rechargeable battery and a one year warranty, with thorough after sales service, that will ensure a hassle free experience for you, post purchase.
All in all, Saregama Carvaan is the perfect gift for your loved ones this gifting season– unique, thoughtful and evocative of a sense of nostalgia – a hark back to the sense of good old fashioned retro Hindi film music.