Ahead of Ayodhya Ram Temple consecration ceremony tomorrow, festive vibes and fervour grip Bengaluru

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21-01-2024

    Sales of posters and banners of Lord Ram have surged in Bengaluru

    People are actively purchasing saffron Ram flags, stickers, temple replicas

    Chickpet has been adorned with saffron-coloured flags and decorations

In the name of Lord Ram, sales for posters and banners have surged in Bengaluru. Similar to several parts of India turning saffron in honour of the deity and the newly built Ram temple in Ayodhya, Bengaluru has witnessed a significant increase in sales related to Lord Ram and the temple. The demand for statuettes, posters, and other temple-related items has risen by 40-50% in the past few weeks.

People are actively purchasing saffron flags, Sri Ram stickers, miniature temple replicas, T-shirts featuring the temple’s image, as well as posters and banners in preparation for the significant day on January 22.

Certain areas, such as Chickpet, have been adorned with saffron-coloured flags and decorations. Communities are planning to illuminate diyas on Monday in shops and residential societies to mark the celebration.

Sellers are grappling with a demand-supply issue, as the overwhelming response was not anticipated. Production levels have increased, leading to a rise in prices. A drive through the city showcases two-wheelers and autorickshaws adorned with flags bearing Ram’s name, Omkara, or the temple’s outline. The city has witnessed the sale of over 40,000 flags in the last month alone, indicating a remarkable 200% increase in sales.

Small printing businesses mentioned that had they foreseen the demand in Bengaluru, production could have been more streamlined.

Ahead of Ayodhya Ram Temple consecration ceremony tomorrow, festive vibes and fervour grip Bengaluru

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    Sales of posters and banners of Lord Ram have surged in Bengaluru

    People are actively purchasing saffron Ram flags, stickers, temple replicas

    Chickpet has been adorned with saffron-coloured flags and decorations

In the name of Lord Ram, sales for posters and banners have surged in Bengaluru. Similar to several parts of India turning saffron in honour of the deity and the newly built Ram temple in Ayodhya, Bengaluru has witnessed a significant increase in sales related to Lord Ram and the temple. The demand for statuettes, posters, and other temple-related items has risen by 40-50% in the past few weeks.

People are actively purchasing saffron flags, Sri Ram stickers, miniature temple replicas, T-shirts featuring the temple’s image, as well as posters and banners in preparation for the significant day on January 22.

Certain areas, such as Chickpet, have been adorned with saffron-coloured flags and decorations. Communities are planning to illuminate diyas on Monday in shops and residential societies to mark the celebration.

Sellers are grappling with a demand-supply issue, as the overwhelming response was not anticipated. Production levels have increased, leading to a rise in prices. A drive through the city showcases two-wheelers and autorickshaws adorned with flags bearing Ram’s name, Omkara, or the temple’s outline. The city has witnessed the sale of over 40,000 flags in the last month alone, indicating a remarkable 200% increase in sales.

Small printing businesses mentioned that had they foreseen the demand in Bengaluru, production could have been more streamlined.

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