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Dates shopkeepers do brisk business as Ramadan season approaches

ANI | 01 Jul 2014, 04:10 am
Aurangabad, June 30 (ANI): Shopkeepers selling dates in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra did brisk business as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan approached near. The dates, preferred by Muslims to break their day-long fast, are available in many varieties at the markets, ranging from 40 rupees per kilogram to 2, 000 rupees per kilogram. The dates are being exported from various nations and have started coming in different flavours such as chocolate, costing more than the plain dates. Traders said Irani dates, which come in three kilogram packages, were more in demand this year. Dates are mostly imported from Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq.

Dates shopkeepers do brisk business as Ramadan season approaches

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