Tomorrow will see the market turn to its usual festive mood with a flurry of sales in the morning as vendors will set up stalls at malls and thrift stores, and people will have plenty of time to spend on the day.
The markets will be a great place to stock up on groceries, as well as to buy and sell, as they will be full of stalls for the whole day.
However, the biggest surprise will be the fresh food vendors that will open their stalls on the first day of the season.
This year, they will start selling fresh food, along with fresh fruits and vegetables and even frozen meat.
The vendors will have a very large selection of fresh food to choose from, including a variety of vegetables, fruits and even spices.
In addition to this, there will be fresh herbs and spices as well.
The prices for fresh fruits are likely to be very high.
The market will be bustling for the first hour and will get quiet after lunchtime.
The stalls will sell everything from vegetables to meat, which is what people are looking for in the markets, as prices for the fresh fruits will be low.
The price for fresh vegetables will range from Rs 4 to Rs 7 per kilogram.
The fresh fruits, on the other hand, are likely be sold at Rs 12 to Rs 17 per kilo.
The vendors will be selling fresh fruit, as many of them have come up in the last few years to market their fresh produce, which includes tomatoes, cucumbers, mangoes, raspberries and more.
The farmers are happy with the sale of their produce and want to sell more in the market.
There will also be fresh meats available at the stalls.
The prices for spices and fresh fruits vary from vendor to vendor, but the prices for herbs and vegetables will be very low.
There are a lot of vendors selling spices, fruits, vegetables and fresh herbs, which can make for a very pleasant day in the marketplace.
There will also not be any major shortage of food in the city.
The markets will sell the typical food items, including foodstuffs like vegetables, pulses, fruits as well, as the sellers will have an abundance of fresh vegetables and fruits to stock them up on.
The sale of fresh meat is expected to be a bit less than what people were expecting.
The stalls will be filling up with meat, as there will not be much stock left for sale.
However a few of the vendors will sell meat that is more expensive than the average fare, as meat vendors are known to be one of the biggest customers of the market, and have been selling meat that can cost anywhere between Rs 3 to Rs 5 per kg.
In some cases, meat can go up to Rs 10 per kg, and this is where the prices may be a little higher.
The meat sellers have been making the market more lively by selling meat from their stalls.
In addition to the meat vendors, there are also traders selling fruits and spices.
The sellers are likely selling fresh fruits as they have the surplus to stock.
The fruits are priced between Rs 1 to Rs 2 per kg and the spices can range from the cheap to the expensive.
The most popular spices are turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and garlic.
The spices are likely going to be priced around Rs 5 to Rs 6 per kg depending on the quantity.
There is also a large range of sweets available in the stalls, which include cakes, cookies, fruit pies, and even watermelons.
The sweets are priced around the Rs 5-10 per kg range, and the prices are also likely to go up as the stalls will continue to sell the sweets for a long time.