Bazaar


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Bazaar

A market place, usually outdoors, where vendors sell goods such as fruits and vegetables, books, household items and so forth. A bazaar is usually held in a designated place, but vendors can pack up their wares at the end of the day and take them home. Bazaars are most common in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and South Asia.
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An equal number of weekly bazaars have sprung up on footpaths outside the specified weekly bazaars in Islamabad,' said another shopper Nomaan Ali.
Heavy import duties and increased petroleum prices have made us unable to sell the commodities at old prices,' said Zameer, a vendor while complaining about the customers at Karachi Company, G-9 Landa Bazaar.
LAHORE -- Five new model bazaars are likely to open by end of the month.
Apart from the new and returning brands, this year's line-up of bazaars will feature distinct zones that will cater to specific causes.
Current plans for the 3,300 square metre Bazaar Al Mina include space for 40 vendors, including permanent retail spaces as well as a regular pop-up street food market.
Keeping these drawbacks in mind, the bachat bazaar located in an affluent area of Karachi has recently undergone a drastic renovation.
Local residents and district managers showed a lot of enthusiasm for this programme and good number of people visited the bazaar.
It is noteworthy that last year on the first of Ramazan, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had visited a Ramazan bazaar in Shalimar Town and expressed dissatisfaction over the arrangements and blamed the DCO in this regard.
The aesthetic of monochromy and reduction marked by such exhibitions as that spring's Jewish Museum "Primary Structures" show and the Guggenheim's "Systemic Painting" in September found immediate affirmation in the pages of Bazaar, which touted the structured suits of Courreges and Jantzen's "Hard-Edge" knits to its readers.
Although she did not expect much business, she hoped the bazaar would provide her with some good exposure to the community.
Since warm clothes are not affordable for poor people, so Landa Bazaar provides cheap second-hand imported garments, another visitor of Raja Bazaar Nadeem said.
With the sizzling heat in federal capital and low interest of people in shopping at the weekly bazaar, the security personnel are showing a careless attitude towards their duties.