Makar Sankranti Festival will be celebrated on 14 January. The euphoria of Makar Sankranti has started appearing in the city, although this time the market is seeing a boom regarding Makar Sankranti. From kite festivals to manjha and sesame seeds, ladoos and finis have become expensive. At the same time, due to corona, the effect of nighttime curfew is also seen in the market. Closure of shops soon led to a recession. Sakranti came close, but the subscription in the market has not picked up pace.
The euphoria of Makar Sankranti starts, the market is expensive – the market slows down due to the slowdown – kite to feni, sesame seeds
Jaipur. Makar Sankranti Festival will be celebrated on 14 January. The euphoria of Makar Sankranti has started appearing in the city, although this time the market is seeing a boom regarding Makar Sankranti. From kites to manjha, sesame seeds and ladis have become expensive. At the same time, due to corona, the effect of nighttime curfew is also seen in the market. Closure of shops soon led to a recession. Sakranti came close, but the subscription in the market has not picked up pace.
According to the traders, the shops are not bright due to the early closure of the shops. According to the kite traders, due to the corona, this time the kites have become less, so the kites are being sold up to one and a half times more expensive. At the same time, feni etc. are also being sold in the prices in the market. Jaipur Business Federation president Subhash Goyal said that due to the night curfew, this time the market of Makar Sankranti is fading. The market is not subscribed due to early closure of shops. The subscription to the festival of Makar Sankranti is in the morning and evening, so this time the shops are closed due to the early closure. The trade federation has also demanded implementation of the night curfew from 9-10 pm.
Apart from Handipura situated in Ramganj market in the city, Kishanpol market, Chandpol market, Haldi rasta along with kite shops have been decorated in the outer markets. This time kites are being sold up to one and a half times more expensive in the market. Sanu Hussain, who is selling kites coming from Bikaner in Handipura, said that 20 kites are being sold in the market from Rs 20 to Rs 200. This time 100 kites have become expensive by 50 to 70 rupees. At the same time, Gajta of Manjhe is being sold from 300 rupees to one thousand rupees. Hussain says that the corona has also had an impact in the market. This time, kites are selling less, while traders have also bought fewer kites. However, with the coming of secrecy, the kite market has started increasing subscription.
Kites from Bikaner, Bareilly and Ahmedabad have also come to sell kites from Ahmedabad, Bikaner, Bareilly, Kanpur and Agra in the market. Merchants from Bikaner, Bareilly and Kanpur have also set up kite shops here. According to kite merchants, Jaipur kites are sold expensive, while outside kites come at a cheaper rate, in such a situation, traders buy more kites than bahar.
The importance of giving fei and sesame laddus for charity and virtue has been stated on the fecundum solstice of one thousand rupees kilo of native ghee. This time, Feni and sesame seeds are being sold expensively in the market. Satyanarayana Pitaliya, who is a phani shop, told that this time sweet ghee of indigenous ghee is being sold in the market from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per kg, while the feni feni is selling from Rs 600 to Rs 1200 per kg. Milk powder is being sold from Rs 240 to Rs 400 a kg in vegetation, the same plain powder is being sold from Rs 150 to Rs 300 per kg. Sesame seeds are also sold expensive this time.
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