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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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Till noon, Saddar Bazaar and main markets remained closed, however, fruit and vegetable markets and small markets remained functional.
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Local residents and district managers showed a lot of enthusiasm for this programme and good number of people visited the bazaar.
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The minister also visited the stalls of the bazaar and inquired about prices and quality of items.
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