Kite business is dying in Hyderabad, say sellers

  • | Monday | 13th January, 2020

By Express News ServiceHYDERABAD: Many in the business of selling kites and associated paraphernalia say that their business is extremely poor this year as compared to previous years. The kite sellers say that there is a dip of more than 30 per cent to 40 per cent in kite sales as compared to previous years. The owner of Motilal Patang, Rajesh Kumar, who has been selling kites for the past 80 years says, "This year the business is very poor. "Many of the city’s shopkeepers get kite and manja from Kanpur, Bareilly and Gujarat. As of now, we have not found Chinese manaja in any shop, but we are on the lookout."

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