Cookie Policy


Dishani established and located in Utrecht (3531 RS) at the van Heutszstraat 20, Hereinafter “DISHANI” attaches great importance to the privacy of the visitors of her website, and what the Personal Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation provides in this respect. In this statement DISHANI explains its policy regarding cookies on its website

– What are cookies?

Cookies are small, simple text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or cell phone when you visit our website. The cookies that we use on our website do not remember any personal information, such as your password name, address or age. The cookies only remember your preferences and interests. We use cookies for different reasons. Below you can read more about the 3 different categories of cookies that Dishani uses on the website.

– Necessary cookies

Some cookies are necessary for the functioning of our website. These cookies contribute to safe browsing and use of the functionalities of our website. Think of for example, staying logged in during visits to the various pages of our website, and your website, and your specified cookie preferences. If your browser does not accept cookies from you cannot or only to a limited extent use the website and your personal environment on

– External cookies

We believe it is important to only share information with you that is relevant. We therefore therefore use cookies that tell us something about your user profile. We do this both on our own website as well as on external websites. We show information that matches a previous visits to our website. For example, did you visit the page about clothing on our website? Then on an external website you may see an advertisement that referred to this page. On our website, we use the following external cookies:

– (Facebook)

– (Instagram)

Through special buttons of these channels, you can easily share content from our account via your own account. An example is the ‘Like’ button of Facebook and the linking of those preferences to the visit of other users. This is made possible made possible by the use of cookies. More information about the data that these social media channels obtain with this can be found on the websites of the above parties.

– Cookie Overview

We strive to keep this overview as current as possible. The overview was last updated on 01-08-2021.

– How can you block or delete cookies?

Would you rather not have place cookies? Then you can delete them yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. The website may slow down or not function at all. See the explanation above under “necessary cookies”.

– Blocking cookies

Do you want to prevent new cookies from being placed? Then block the possibility that cookies are stored on your computer, tablet or mobile. There are several possibilities for blocking cookies. For example, you can block all cookies, block a specific type cookies or block cookies from certain websites. You can do this yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. When blocking cookies, all cookies remain that were already present on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. You can therefore better also remove all cookies that have already been placed, by using for example HitmanPro or MalwareBytes.

– Delete cookies

Would you like to delete all cookies on your computer? That is possible. But keep in mind that by removing cookies you can experience less user-friendliness when you visit websites. Certain settings will no longer be saved and you may miss out on relevant offers. Incidentally, after each visit to the Internet, cookies will again be stored on your computer, tablet or mobile phone, nless you have blocked the placement of new cookies. You can find the settings for deleting cookies in the toolbar of your browser. Read more on the websites of the browsers Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Are you using Safari? Then cookies from advertisers are blocked by default. You can change this setting by clicking on the symbol for settings in the upper with a right corner click. Then go to ‘Preferences’, tab ‘Privacy’. You can then choose from 3 settings.