Mango for Rs 2400, Ladyfinger for Rs 650 - Common Indian Foods are sold for Whopping Price in...

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Mango for Rs 2400, Ladyfinger for Rs 650 - Common indian Foods are sold for Whopping Price in...
Because so many indians live in london, indian food is easily found in the city's markets. But the price of indian food in london is far more than it is in India. The price you are paying here for 50–60 rupees is the same as what a kilogram of ladyfinger costs in London—650 rupees. This applies not just to ladyfingers but also to other vegetables and indian food. The cost of indian food in london is a topic of discussion these days due to a video that resident Chhavi Agarwal, an indian teenager, made and posted on social media.
A packet of chips that initially cost Rs 20 is now being purchased in london for an indian rupee valued at Rs 95, according to information from this Chhabi video that became viral on social media. A package of Maggi costs Rs 300 at the same store in London. A kilogram of ladyfinger costs Rs. 650, a box of paneer costs Rs. 700, and a kilogram of bitter gourd costs Rs. 1000. Six Alphonso mangoes cost Rs 2400 all at once.
With 6.2 million views, this Chhavi film has won the hearts and minds of millions of people. There are now a lot of shares for this video. Furthermore, the prices of the things are ten times higher than in India; for example, Good Day costs Rs. 100 instead of Rs. 10. Little bundles of Little Hearts cookies are also available for purchase for Rs. 100. On the other hand, 400 grams of Bhubajia costs around Rs. 100–110 in the region, but Rs. 1000 in London.
Apart from this, this place offers a plethora of other indian food alternatives. Many items are 10 times more expensive than they used to be, while others are available for significantly more money. On the other hand, 24 packets of 50-gram Parle G cookies cost 8.25 dirhams in Dubai, according to our comparison. In contrast to India, where 24 packets containing 50 grams each cost Rs. 186, one biscuit costs around Rs. 7.75, indicating that the rates charged here are a little higher.

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