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Sisters flock to markets to buy rakhis in Hyderabad

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Sisters flock to markets to buy rakhis in Hyderabad

Sisters flock to markets to buy rakhis in Hyderabad

Hyderabad market was busy ahead of Raksha Bandhan.

According to shop owner, sale of the rakhis is comparatively low due to COVID-19.

Rakshabandhan will be celebrated country-wide on August 03.

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