Let’s welcome summers, by welcoming the laaris around us
Summers are approaching; Surtis are waiting to enjoy these Laaris. Imlis, chana bore, amla, bore, Mirchi wali imli, kamrak, variyali and lot more. We are sure these all are mouth watering. Local people of the city love these. Let’s welcome summers, by welcoming the laaris around us.
Vendors enrich their communities by providing access to a wide variety of often low-cost goods and by helping to keep streets safe and vibrant. With the booming popularity of food trucks selling creative, cutting-edge cuisines, as well as a sagging economy, interest in street selling is perhaps greater than ever.
Sitting in Taj and enjoying a lavish dinner and standing beside these hawkers and enjoying their food products, both are incomparable. Old is gold is the old saying, and this can be seen here in this case as well, no matter how big restaurants are opened up in the city, standing beside the laari having Manchurians, noodles, and a lot more their consumption levels have never gone down.
In a foodie city like Surat, all the people are looking forward to summers and to enjoy the food there.
The merchandise may vary from vegetables to crockery, to plastic items, to beauty aids, to shoes. Generally, a street hawker spreads his ware on the road. The truth is the street hawker is a part of our community, an intrinsic part of our social and cultural life.
The street hawkers provide so much of convenience to their customers. Jeans, pants, shoes, accessories, sandals, household products, cosmetics, fruits, vegetables, bottles, boxes, toys, handicrafts, what not. We depend too much on them. They have been an irreplaceable part of our economy.
You can find these laaris in Athwagate, Bhagal, Ghod Dod, and many more streets. So get your Bachpan Days back by having this.