Nitin Bibwe
08 Nov, 4:38 PM
Good demand for paintings on the fort this year

Bibwewadi: Diwali is in two days and an atmosphere of vibrancy has been created everywhere, the markets are flourishing and the shopping spree of the citizens is on. Due to Corona, schools have not started this year. This year's Ganeshotsav was not celebrated at the same time. This year's Diwali is due to Corona, so children are stunned to build forts to celebrate Diwali. This year, there is more emphasis on building forts than firecrackers, so there is a high demand for paintings on the fort, as well as indigenous pantas and sky lanterns.
The four to five inch paintings on the fort at Kumbharwada at KK Market cost an average of Rs. 100 to Rs. Plaster finished forts are beyond three hundred rupees.
Chetan Chavan (Panati and Fort seller): Due to lockdown, raw material did not arrive on time this year, so the goods are less than last year but the demand is good considering the market conditions.
Yogesh Borhade (Picture seller): As schools have not started this year, children are putting more emphasis on building forts, so there is a good demand for paintings on forts.
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Bibwewadi: A housewife looking at paintings and pictures.

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