Vendor displaying decorative items as Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) approaches

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Vendor displaying decorative items as Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) approaches

ISLAMABAD, Dec 6 (APP): The Vendors displaying different
decorative items to attract the customers all over the country
as people prepare for Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) celebrations.

A report aired by private news channel, the vendors selling
banners, badges, stickers, flags and fancy lights are doing brisk
business these days.

A vendor, Yaseen Mukhtar, who was selling stickers and flags
said that religious festivals always bring good business for
them.

He further said that particularly children are enthusiastically purchasing buntings, posters, stickers and flags to decorate their houses and vehicles.

Another vendor Amir Ali said that this year, flags and
stickers are in high demand, adding that they daily earn Rs 3,000
to Rs 4,000 by selling these decorative items.

He said that the business of these items at all big
shops as well as roadside vendors has reached its peak, which
shows the zeal of people belonging to all ages for the upcoming
festival.

Streets and roads in different parts of the country are being
decorated, as preparations are in full swing to celebrate Eid
Miladun Nabi in a befitting manner with religious fervour.

A vendor Hashim Khan informed that passion among the people
specially youth is increasing as the festival approaching
fast.

Crowd of buyers at stalls is larger as compare to previous
year, he added.

Special programmes are being prepared for paying tributes
and to highlight different aspects of the life of Holy Prophet
Muhammad (PBUH).

Various social, cultural, educational institutions and
religious organisations are finalising their programmes for
celebrating Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) with religious fervour.

All bazaars, commercial shopping centres, government and
private buildings are being illuminated.