This has been reported in telegraphindia.com dated 8 February 2016.
Moreover, there were other stalls that offered a wide variety of products, from pickles to ayurvedic medicines, from bamboo to dhokra artefacts, from miniature Eiffel Tower replicas to navratna meenakari ornaments of Rajasthan.
As far as khadi was concerned, there were khadi shirts and bundies in attractive colours in different stalls and the prices were also reasonable.
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