When a major festival like Eid knocks on the door, the memory of going to markets or shopping malls to buy new clothes and footwear items, eating sweets and receiving gift money from elderlies comes to mind.
An ideal panjabi needs to tick three boxes: it should fit well, the material should be comfortable enough, and it should come in colours and designs you like.
Sales of handloom clothing, such as saris and lungis, usually peak during the shopping season centring Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival for Muslims in Bangladesh.
Looking to make the most of your Eid travel experience while also keeping costs in check?
Shopping malls and stores across the country can stay open till 10pm from July 1 to 10 – on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha – the government has decided.
How people shopping thrilling remains a mystery to me.
With Eid-ul-Fitr inching closer, sales in different shopping malls and roadside markets in the port city are picking up.
Along with miseries, the pandemic has certainly brought citizens with generational privilege things to look forward to. Fashionable PPE for death defying Eid shoppers.