Holi 2023: Holi is a festival of colors and celebrations. This festival, which comes between the coming winter and the coming summer, is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm all over the country. After the hangover that started with Vasant Panchami, now in a few days the festival of colors is going to paint everyone in its own colors. However, this time inflation can spoil the colors of the people and make the celebration somewhat dull.
Market decorated with such pichkaris
Like every year, the brightness of Holi is visible in the market this time too. Shops are decorated with different colors, gulals and pichkaris. Keeping in mind the children, a new range of pichkaris has also been brought in the market. Kids are loving Motu-Patlu, Doraemon, Barbie doll, Hulk, fish, umbrella, tank, gun and school bag shaped pichkaris.
visible effect of this
This time, the best thing that is visible in the preparation of Holi is the dominance of Made in India in the market of pichkaris. People associated with the market say that year after year, the demand for boycott of goods made in China, especially toys, is beginning to have an effect. On the other hand, the situation has also changed due to the government’s special attention on Made in India toys.
Pichkaris became so expensive
For this reason, this time on the occasion of Holi, toys and pichkaris made of China are less in the market. Pichkaris made in India have taken their place. However, these pichkaris are costlier than the pichkaris made in China. Talking about the price, this time the pichkaris are 30 to 50 percent more expensive than last year. Their range is starting from Rs.150 and pichkaris up to Rs.1000-1500 are available in the market.
This is how the price of khoya increased
Talking about sweets, this year the pockets will be more loose in Holi here too. Milk and khoya are mostly used in making sweets. Milk prices have increased several times during the last one year. This has also affected the price of khoya. The prices of khoya had already increased in the wholesale market. In the last few days, due to the demand related to Holi, their price has increased by about Rs. 100 per kg. In this way, the price of khoya has increased to Rs 300-350 per kg in the wholesale market.
This clearly means that not only playing with colors is going to be expensive in this Holi, but the taste of sweets is also going to be less sweet. However, it is also a matter of happiness that in this Holi, instead of China, Made in India pichkaris will spread colours.