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Brass idol makers in Moradabad breathe sigh of relief as business gets back on track

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Brass idol makers in Moradabad breathe sigh of relief as business gets back on track

Brass idol makers in Moradabad breathe sigh of relief as business gets back on track

Multiple businesses suffered during the pandemic induced lockdown, but slowly and steadily things are getting back on track.

Ahead of Diwali, artists making brass idols and decorative items in Moradabad seem to be delighted with the incoming orders.

Artists claimed that demands for brass products have increased in the festive season.

One of the artists said, "Business seems to be improving with increase in demand for brass items. We have also received orders from abroad."


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