Favahar plate becomes expensive in Navratri, banana orange is being sold for Rs 200 in 60, see list

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– Potato, gourd, pumpkin, water chestnut flour has increased by almost two times

Sultanpur Devotee devotees who are giving their fruit during the Sharadiya Navaratri fast are facing inflation. The prices of fruits and other food items that have been used for the Navratri fast started on Saturday have started touching the sky. Due to skyrocketing prices of fruits and other materials, the crisis of inflation has arisen in front of the Goddess devotees. Potato, gourd, pumpkin, water chestnut flour have increased by almost two times.

Fruit prices
Apple – Rs 100 per kg
Grapes – Rs 100 per kg
Orange – 200 rupees per kg
Pomegranate – Rs 100 per kg
Coconut – Rs 40 per piece
Banana – 60 rupees per dozen
Pumpkin – Rs 60 per kg

Price of food items per kilogram
– Singhade flour is being sold at the rate of Rs 140 per kg, in 2019 it was priced at Rs 130 per kg.
– Peanut grains are being sold at the rate of Rs 110 per kg, while last year it was priced at Rs 80 per kg.
– Sago was 80 rupees per kilogram which was 70 rupees per kilogram last year.
– Ramdana is being sold at Rs 100 per kg, which was Rs 70 per kg last year.
– Lava is selling at the rate of Rs 700 per kg, which was Rs 630 per kg last year.









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