Business increased by 30 percent on bid, business of more than 20 thousand crore rupees in the country

Delhi : Two years after the end of the Corona ban, this time people shopped freely on Holi. As a result, this year on Holi, goods worth more than 20 thousand crore rupees were sold across the country, which is 30 percent more than last year. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) gave this information on Saturday.

 People completely boycotted Chinese made goods

 CAT's National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal says that compared to last year, this year's Holi festival season saw 30 percent more sales. He says that this year the business of more than 20 thousand crores was done across the country. He said that this time not only the traders but also the common people have completely boycotted the Chinese made goods. Actually, this time people are celebrating the festival of Holi for two days in the country. Holi was celebrated in Delhi and some other areas on March 18, whereas in states like Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal, Holi is being celebrated today i.e. on March 19.

 Every year about 10 thousand crore rupees were imported into the country.

 If we look at the last few years, the goods related to Holi were imported into the country every year about 10 thousand crore rupees, but this time it was absolutely negligible, which is a good sign for the Indian economy. He said that among the items which were sold more on Holi were indigenously made herbal colors and gulal, pichkari, balloons, sandalwood, worship material, clothes etc. Apart from this, there was a big business of many other products including sweets, dry fruits, gift items, flowers and fruits, clothes, furnishing fabrics, grocery, FMCG products, consumer durables.

 In Delhi itself, more than 3 thousand Holi Milan celebrations, including small and big

 While the general business suffered more due to the Corona restrictions, the hospitality business in particular was almost over. This year after the end of the Corona ban, Holi celebrations were organized on a large scale across the country including Delhi. Due to this there was an influx of organizing Holi celebrations in banquet halls, farm houses, hotels, restaurants and public parks. This sector has done good business after two years. He said that in Delhi alone, more than 3 thousand Holi Milan celebrations were organized, including small and big. There is a new happiness and enthusiasm in the faces of the people involved in all the programs. In such an environment, traders filled with the enthusiasm of Holi have now started preparations for the wedding season. Traders hope that they will be able to do better business in a corona free environment. 

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