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More to shop

Shopping has almost become a fetish with the urban middle class. MSN entices you with more.

SHOPPING IS the favourite pastime of the self-sufficient, urban Indian. Nevertheless, if you have an occasion to shop, you have a good excuse.

Well, with Deepavali round the corner, there are more offers, more discounts and deals. MSN India and Fabmall have a unique online Deepavali store featuring the creations of local artisans from across the country.

The online store will have a wide range of products to choose from and over 10 million MSN India users will find an opportunity to shop from this huge variety.

All that one has to do is to log on to www.msn.co.in.

You can have you pick from Tanjore paintings, gem dust paintings of Rajasthan, embroidered wall hangings, perfumed candles, and many, many more.

There are also diyas to choose from, silver and gold coins, as well as bowls of dry fruits and assorted chocolates.

Happy Net shopping!

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