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    With the start of Ramzan month in Hyderabad, the trading community is prepared to meet the seasonal demand. Markets and shopping expos offer a variety of items like clothing, jewellery, perfumes, crockery, henna, bangles, and footwear.

    Shopping in crowded places in Hyderabad is a unique experience, with markets and shopping festivals open all night. Famous markets like Charminar and Laad Bazar saw a lot of activity this weekend, with people shopping and enjoying delicious treats like Haleem and kebabs. The State government has allowed businesses to stay open until 4 am during this season.

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    Many families in Hyderabad start their Ramzan shopping early to have more time for prayers and religious activities during the holy month. Traders have stocked up on merchandise to cater to this trend.

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    This year, traders are using innovative strategies to attract customers, with mannequins showcasing the latest fashion trends in shops across the city. Old City’s Ramzan shopping is also popular among tourists, drawing foreigners to the area.

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    The Old City area from Nayapul to Shalibanda is bustling with over 5,000 commercial establishments. Competition has increased in the trade, with an emphasis on branded and designer dresses like Pakistani suits.

    Function halls in the city are transformed into night bazaars and shopping festivals during Ramzan. Events like the ‘Rainbow Shopping Festival’ and ‘The Gulmohar Expo’ offer a variety of products for shoppers to enjoy.

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    The upcoming Daawat-e-Ramzan night bazaar will feature traditional handicrafts, designer collections, ethnic wear, and much more for shoppers to explore. This shopping extravaganza promises a unique experience for all visitors.

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