It’s Bakrid, but Banarasi and Allahabadi Vermicelli will still be running

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– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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Forgetting the covid protocol, the crowd gathered in the market to buy Bakrid
Buyers gather on ready-made suits, dupattas, and chess boards

Bareilly. After two days of closure when the market opened on Monday, the crowd gathered to buy Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid. Aside from the covid protocol, people shopped heavily. There was a gathering in the stores with ready-made suits and dupattas along with the chessboards. The vermicelli shops were also overcrowded. The taste of vermicelli from Banaras and Allahabad was seen more by the people.
After the weekly lockdown on Saturday and Sunday, the market remains more crowded on Monday, but since Bakrid is only two days later, there were more crowds in the market areas this time around. If it rained in the afternoon the crowd definitely dispersed a bit, but as soon as the rain stopped the movement picked up again. After that, it was difficult to walk in the market until late in the evening due to the crowd. In addition to bracelets, shoes, and slippers, people bought other ready-to-wear suits and dupattas for Bakrid. There was also a large number of buyers on the chessboards. The markets around the tourists, Qutubkhana, Bada Bazar, Fort, Kohadapir Bazar, Indira Market and District Hospital were bustling all day. The goat markets were also crowded.
People also buy vermicelli on Bakrid. However, due to the long lockdown, the goods could not come in from the outside this time, so there was not much selection of vermicelli on the market. Although expensive, people saw greater demand for fine vermicelli from Allahabad and Banaras. Shahjahanpur vermicelli also sold a lot. Locally made vermicelli was also sold in the mohallas and customs offices.
Not a lot of vermicelli came from outside this time. Only a few goods have arrived. In fact, in most places, outside goods remained on Eid-ul-Fitr that could not be sold due to the lockdown. These goods were consumed on Bakrid. Haji Salim Ahmed Khan, vermicelli dealer

expensive goat market

The goat market has gotten expensive as Bakrid approaches. So far the goats that have received eight to ten thousand rupees have risen by two to three thousand rupees since Sunday evening. Because of this, the rural markets were bright again on Monday. Many people came to the rural markets early in the morning to buy goats. In the city one saw people boldly bargaining in the evening decorated market of Sailani, Shahdana, Qutubkhana, Qila and Kohadapir. When many buyers heard the goat price, they returned without buying any goats.

Forgetting the covid protocol, the crowd gathered in the market to buy Bakrid

Buyers gather on ready-made suits, dupattas, and chess boards

Bareilly. After two days of closure when the market opened on Monday, the crowd gathered to buy Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid. Aside from the covid protocol, people shopped heavily. There was a rush to the shops selling ready-made suits and dupattas along with the chessboards. The vermicelli shops were also overcrowded. The taste of vermicelli from Banaras and Allahabad was seen more by the people.

After the weekly lockdown on Saturday and Sunday, the market remains more crowded on Monday, but since Bakrid is only two days later, there were more crowds in the market areas this time around. If it rained in the afternoon the crowd definitely dispersed a bit, but as soon as the rain stopped the movement picked up again. After that, it was difficult to walk in the market until late in the evening due to the crowd. In addition to bracelets, shoes, and slippers, people bought other ready-to-wear suits and dupattas for Bakrid. There was also a large number of buyers on the chessboards. The markets around the tourists, Qutubkhana, Bada Bazar, Fort, Kohadapir Bazar, Indira Market and District Hospital were bustling all day. The goat markets were also crowded.

People buy vermicelli on Bakrid too. However, due to the long lockdown, the goods could not come in from the outside this time, so there was not much selection of vermicelli on the market. Although it was expensive, people saw greater demand for fine vermicelli from Allahabad and Banaras. Shahjahanpur vermicelli also sold a lot. Locally made vermicelli was also sold in the mohallas and customs offices.

Not a lot of vermicelli came from outside this time. Only a few goods have arrived. In fact, in most places, outside goods remained on Eid-ul-Fitr that could not be sold due to the lockdown. These goods were consumed on Bakrid. Haji Salim Ahmed Khan, vermicelli dealer

expensive goat market

The goat market has gotten expensive as Bakrid approaches. So far the goats that have received eight to ten thousand rupees have risen by two to three thousand rupees since Sunday evening. Because of this, the rural markets were bright again on Monday. Many people came to the rural markets early in the morning to buy goats. In the city one saw people boldly bargaining in the evening decorated market of Sailani, Shahdana, Qutubkhana, Qila and Kohadapir. When many buyers heard the goat price, they returned without buying any goats.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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