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Lucknow, June 25: The people of India’s most populous Uttar Pradesh are eagerly waiting for the moon on the last day of Ramadan. The people in Kanpur, Lucknow, Allahabad and Varanasi poured into markets to buy new clothes, sweets and gifts to be exchanged on the auspicious festival.

People expect the month of fasting ends with peace.
While the houses and mosques are illuminated with lights, the crowds in the markets show the enthusiasm among the people to celebrate the festival. Lucknow, the city of Nawabs, is all set to celebrate the Eid-al-Fitr after offering Namaz at Bada Imambada. The cuisine of the city known for its unique taste will only enhance the beauty of the festival. Similar festivities were seen in the industrial town, Kanpur.
Although, most of the migrant labourers went to their hometowns. Sambhal, Rampur, Meerut markets are too flooded with customers to buy eateries for the day. Vermicelli, Sweets and Garment Traders are particularly excited to recover the losses incurred during demonetisation.
The traditional trade markets known for their expertise like Leather in Kanpur, Perfumeries of Kannauj and Brass work of Moradabad was hit severally after the decision of demonetisation was announced in November last year. The loss was reflected in the growth data released by the Government of India. Similar festivities were witnessed in Muslim-dominated districts of Azamgarh, Bijnore and Agra. May Eid bring joy and prosperity to the readers of India.Com. Eid Mubarak!!



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