Raunak has returned to the markets on the occasion of Diwali. On Thursday, the effect of corona virus on Dhanteras was not seen in the markets. From morning till late evening people shopped fiercely in the markets. Cars, bike showrooms, bicycles, jewelery, readymade garments, sarees, utensils, LED TVs, fridges, etc., were crowded with customers. Due to 2 days of Dhanteras being celebrated, the market is expected to be very crowded on Friday.
7 thousand vehicles sold
More than 2 thousand cars are estimated to be sold in the district on Dhanteras. Between 30 and 50 cars were sold from many showrooms in the city. Most people had already booked them. Many people have fixed the time to take delivery of cars on Friday. Sales team officer Rakesh Yadav said that the bumper sale of cars has taken place. There will also be a lot of car sales on Friday. GA Sales Nalin Karwal of the company said that about 12 vehicles were sold. It is estimated that 30-40 cars will be sold on Saturday. On the other hand, more than 5 thousand bikes and scooters were sold in the district.
Gold-silver business shines
The bullion business of the city also shone on Dhanteras. Traders associated with jewelery business estimate that there will be a bullion trade between 150 and 200 crores. Jewelery shops ranged from gold and silver coins to jewelery shops. The women bought gold and diamond rings, mangalsutras, bracelets, coils, chains, bangles, chains, tika. Jeweler Mandeep says customers showed great enthusiasm. The jewelery is expected to sell well on Friday.
Pot dishes in the market
Be it markets or malls, customers started going to showrooms and shops everywhere. A lot of customers were seen in readymade garments, sarees, suits, children’s and grown-ups, utensils, electronics items etc. in Sadar Bazar and Shopping Mall.