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Hyderabad kite sales expect strong sales

Hyderabad: Colorful kites are on the market prior to the Makar Sankranti Festival in Hyderabad, and sellers want to do a good business this year, despite the surge in COVID-19 cases.

In front of Makar Sankranti, the Dhoolpet store is adorned with kites of various colors, manjas and sky lanterns to fly at night.

The price of kites has risen due to the increase in raw materials, but the shop owner said he is willing to do good business. However, many people come to buy kites.

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According to another shopkeeper, parents are buying additional kites to limit their children from leaving the home under the threat of COVID.

Dhoolpet kite maker Anil Singh told ANI: “The kites here are very famous and are not only kites but also idols of Ganesha. Rakis is very famous. Gujarat kites made of plastic paper are exported from Gujarat and Pune. Here in Hyderabad paper Only kites are made, but this time the price of paper and sticks used to make kites is very high, so the price of kites is also high. The kites made here are of the highest quality and the best. The design is printed. “

He said people from other states would also come here to buy kites at Hyderabad’s Dhoolpet.

“Manja is also very famous here and we are cooperating with it because the birds are killed for Manja because the government has advised to ban Chinese Manja. Manja is a thread. It’s done and it’s on sale, “Shin said.

In addition, the sticks used to make kites are from indole, and as transportation increases, so does the cost of kites.

Kanhaiyashin, the owner of the Dhoolpet district in Hyderabad, said: “Sankranthi is a seasonal festival and the kites we sell are made of Dhoolpet. The difference between a Jaipur kite and a Dhoolpet kite is that the kite made here has a thread and is easy. It doesn’t split into pieces and the kites in Jaipur are rough and tuff. The pond kites in Jaipur are 150 in a dozen and the kites in Dhoolpet are 180 in a dozen, and there is a shortage of kites in Dhoolpet every year. Nearly 20 new kite shops are open. “

He further said that thanks to Omicron, sales are high because everyone is at home and parents are buying additional kites to limit their children to the home.

Omprakash Namdev from Madhya Pradesh said he came here to buy a kite. They celebrate the festival in Hyderabad in a glamorous and glamorous way.

“The best kites in Hyderabad are made here in Dhoolpet, so buy a kite from here. The price is medium and not very high,” he said.

https://www.siasat.com/makar-sankranti-kite-sellers-in-hyderabad-expect-good-sales-2257448/ Hyderabad kite sales expect strong sales

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