14 Jan 2024

Ayodhya Ram Mandir Celebrations: Indore Markets to Blossom with Ramotsav Festivities for Seven Days

Despite Diwali traditionally lasting five days, the Ramotsav celebrations in Indore will span seven days, bringing a second round of Diwali festivities in just two months. The Ramotsav is set to commence in Indore markets from January 15, continuing until January 22, transforming the traditional markets of the Rajwada area with special decorations. Businesses are actively gearing up for the event, mirroring the Diwali preparations, offering special discounts, and gifts to attract buyers.

Week-Long Shopping Extravaganza with Special Discounts

Indore Retail Readymade Garment Traders Association's President, Akshay Jain, revealed plans to reactivate the call center used during Diwali. He will use customer interaction data to encourage purchases and inform customers of special discounts. Similar discounts are anticipated during the seven-day Ramotsav, coinciding with the commencement of the marriage season.

Ram Temple Replica Adorns Sarafa Market

Sarafa, the oldest and largest jewelry and precious metals market, will witness seven days of special decorations akin to Diwali. Anil Ranka, President, and Avinash Shastri, Secretary of the Indore Gold-Silver-Jewelry Traders Association, told that the market had been adorned with saffron flags and arches. 

A grand replica of the Ram temple will grace the vicinity of the under-construction Sarafa police station, with customers receiving a special welcome featuring perfume and rose water. Merchants are poised to offer special facilities and gifts to buyers.

Diwali Atmosphere in MT Cloth Market

MT Cloth Market will echo the Diwali ambiance with special decorations for seven consecutive days. Traders Association representatives, Kailash Mungad and Arun Bakliwal, outlined plans for seven platforms in the textile market. Special puja and bhajan events are scheduled for January 17, with sweets distributed to customers and visitors daily, reminiscent of the Diwali festivities.

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