The women sell ganda, red jaba, yellow jaba, white jaba, aparajita, belly, togar, gandharaja, ashoka, red-yellow korbi, dhutra, akanda flowers as puja flowers. They have Durba, Bell leaves, Tulsi leaves, Ampata, Banana leaves. The sale usually starts at dawn and ends at nine in the morning. Flowers are sold for five rupees and ten rupees. According to the identity of each person, sales are more or less. Many people buy flowers. However, they usually sell for 200 to 500 rupees per day. Most flowers are sold on Mondays and Thursdays. Lots of flowers are also sold on other special days of worship. Men and women who go out for a walk in the morning are the main buyers of this flower. However, some people come to these places just to buy flowers.
Lipika Mandal sells most flowers next to the Dharmasabha temple. The fact that he is very popular in the area, it was understood by listening to the buyers. He came from Kaiyabazar area. Has been selling flowers for 5 years. He has his own flower garden. He woke up at four in the morning and picked flowers. For this his flowers are more fresh. Give more in quantity. The scribes have no crop land. There are only settlements. She came to this profession as her husband’s income did not support the family.
Lipika said, ‘I haven’t had parents since I was little. He got married at a young age. At one time the family was not running. Then come here. It was going well. However, I have incurred a lot of debt by going for the complicated operation of Mejo girl. The little one is dragged away. The cost of his education is 2 thousand rupees per month. On top of this, rice and oil are more expensive. What to eat? It’s getting harder. But if there is a lot of irregularity, the buyers here help.
Four women were selling flowers at Baitipara corner of the city. Stories of hardship in the lives of all of them. At the beginning of listening to that story, the influential monk from Terkhadar Ajgara said, if there is no family of trouble, someone comes so far after suffering so early, he said!