Diwali: This small wild fruit has special importance in the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, there is tremendous demand on Diwali.
Only a few days are left for Diwali, which is said to be the biggest festival of Hindu society. Due to this, people are purchasing various types of items in the markets. Lakshmi Puja has great importance on Diwali and if we talk about Lakshmi Puja, then everything used in the puja has a different significance.
Many types of fruits are specially kept in Lakshmi puja. Red Bor (Plum), which is called the smallest fruit, is also included in it. This Red Bor is coming to Bhilwara from the surrounding forest areas in Bhilwara and its biggest special thing is that it grows in the wild bushes and grows straight. Coming in the markets, it is not only special for Lakshmi puja, but people are also liking it for its taste. If we talk about its price, then in Bhilwara, people are getting it at the rate of Rs. 100 per kg. Are.
Its taste is excellent
Rampal, who sells red plums in different areas of Bhilwara city, says that he has been selling them in Bhilwara city for the last 40 years. These days, these wild red borers are coming from the forests of rural areas of the district in Bhilwara. They grow in the wild bushes on the hills, they are very good in taste and people like to eat it a lot.
Its price is Rs 100 per kg
On the other hand, if we talk about Lakshmi Puja, then it is the smallest fruit on the plate of Lakshmi Mata puja and it also has importance. In Bhilwara, families keep it on the plate to worship Lakshmi Mata. On the other hand, if we talk about its price, If it is sold in Bhilwara at the price of Rs 100 per kg, people will liking to buy it.