Deoghar, August 10: after engulfing the market of digital and different goods, online purchasing has entered the Rakhi market too.
The street business of the primary market of deoghar close to tower chowk have adorned their stalls with distinct rakhis whose price varies from Rs 10 to Rs 120 according to piece.
A seller Amit Keshri says that the nearby market has revived after an opening of two years because of covid-19. But this year, the web sale of rakhi has end up a undertaking for the local market.
Amit stated that nearly the complete inventory of rakhi was once sold earlier than Raksha Bandhan every year. However this year, all stalls are full of unsold objects.
Some other vendor Sandeep Verma also agreed with the inclination of clients in the direction of online marketing. He argued that the behind schedule delivery of the postal branch and uncertainty of transport by using private courier has paved the way for the online advertisement of rakhi.
But, one dealer of the marketplace stated that online advertising of rakhi is a new phenomenon however a large phase of customers nevertheless prefers shopping for rakhis in my view.
A center-aged woman talking to Lagatar24.com correspondent echoed the identical while another woman named Preeti Sinha, a non-public school teacher stated that her day by day lifestyles is very annoying and she couldn’t purchase the rakhi for his brothers who live in Gurugram and Patna.
She stated online business of rakhi appeared handy to her as she became no longer certain if postal and private courier services could deliver the rachis to her brothers on time as she was already past due in sending them.