Hyderabad: Markets in the old city keep on being a hit among individuals in a couple regions of abutting Karnataka and Maharashtra that once were a piece of the Nizam State.
Come Ramzan and a couple of thousand families from Gulbarga and Bidar regions in Karnataka and Nanded, Osmanabad, Latur, Aurangabad and Malegaon to give some examples areas in Maharashtra visit the city.
They travel via prepares or transports or private vehicles to the city and remain at private hotels for a day or two preceding heading home conveying their shopping stock including mehandi, beauty care products, seviyah, weaved dresses, customary kurta pajama and dry organic products. "A couple of families are standard, they book a room or two over telephone and remain here," says Syed Ishaq, a hotel proprietor at Chatta Bazaar.
What conveys them to the city? Despite the fact that there are markets in different towns of Maharashtra and Karnataka separated from Nizamabad, Adilabad, Kamareddy, Bodhan, Karimnagar and different locale in Telangana, the stock sold there is acquired from wholesalers Hyderabad.
"There is an immense value distinction and plentiful decision here. There are near 200 bangle stores in and around Charminar and the costs are focused. Thus, there are around 300 stores offering ladies array and sarees at Pathergatti," clarifies Mohiuddin, an exchange affiliation part.
M A Qayyum, a student of history, says that amid the Nizam period, Hyderabad was the primary business showcase and throughout the years it has been related with Eid merriments. "Shopping in Hyderabad is a sign of status for couple of families who remain in far away towns of Maharashtra and Karnataka," he clarifies.
Be that as it may, throughout the most recent couple of decades, however the business sectors have created in the neighboring States, the more youthful era is going to the city for shopping as well as to appreciate the devout environment which overruns amid the Ramzan here. A visit to the noteworthy Mecca Masjid is unavoidable for them.