A huge collection of yellow vegetables is being sold in Indian markets for the first time in a century.
According to a report in the Indian Express newspaper, traders have been buying the vegetables for months, which they sell at high prices to tourists and expats.
While the vegetables are traditionally imported from Pakistan and Bangladesh, the first shipments were made in August 2018.
“In India, Bulma is known as a delicacy,” said a market vendor who does not want to be named.
“It is called yellow vegetables, and it is very popular among the tourists and the expats who go for food and drink in the summer months.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his maiden address to the nation that the Bulma culture was important for the country’s future development.
“Bulma is the most important cultural icon of the country,” he said.
“India is a vibrant, vibrant, and thriving country.
India is a beacon of hope for the whole world.”
A report in The Hindu newspaper said India has the highest number of Bulma exports, at over 3.5 million tonnes.
“This is an exciting development.
We have seen that with the rise in popularity of Bulmas, Indian consumers are also beginning to enjoy them,” said Ashish Bhatt, managing director of the Bulala Marketing Association.”
We have to see how this market will develop in the coming years.
In a few years, it could become a real hit in India.”