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Potters, decorative items sellers pin hope on Diwali to bring back glitter to business

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Potters, decorative items sellers pin hope on Diwali to bring back glitter to business

Potters, decorative items sellers pin hope on Diwali to bring back glitter to business

Potters and sellers of decorative items in Jaipur are hoping for a good sale this Diwali which is coming under the shadow of COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent festivals like Dussehra, Navratri and Eid were impacted by the virus and shopkeepers didn't get expected footfall of customers as compared to previous years.

People are also boycotting Chinese products because of the recent standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Galwan Valley.


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