Market Friday: I visited my local vegetable and fish market and bought variety goods

in Market Friday4 months ago (edited)

Hello, all my hive community friends, How are you? I hope that you are well by the grace of almighty.Today I am going to share my market journey.Today market experience was excellent.Today I bought variety kinds of fish and various kinds of vegetable and fruit.Now I am sharing that excellent with excellent photography and share some information.First time i am sharing market Friday community my marketing experience.Really I love this marketing.I visit different many fish market and vegetables market.I buy vegetable and fish of my family market goods.I hope everyone will enjoy my experience.I am sharingIndian vegetable and fish price.Everyone can know about Indian vegetable and fish price .

How I went Rasulpur market?

Today I reached palsit railway station by cycling.After that I reached Rasulpur railway station by train.Finally I reached the market by walking.Really today journey was very interesting.

First I visited fish market of Rasulpur

First of all I went fish market.There I visited many fish shops . After visiting, I bought some fish from some fish shops .I bought Katla fish , Tilapia fish, Shrimp fish etc .

Some fish price of Rasulpur market of West Bengal in India

Katla fish 300 Rupees per kg
Rohu fish 220 Rupees kg
Tilapia fish 140 Rupees kg
Pangas fish 120 Rupees kg
Boal fish 400 Rupees kg
Koi fish 500 Rupees kg
Fresh lobster fish 800 Rupees kg
Silver carp fish 200 Rupees kg
Grass fish 200 Rupees kg
Ilish fish (150-300 grams) 400 Rupees kg
Illish fish (400-800) 800 Rupees kg
Illish fish (900-2 kg)1200-1600 Rupees kg
Kath koi fish 140 Rupees kg
Bhola fish 140 Rupees kg
Shrimp fish 300 Rupees kg
Puti fish 200 Rupees kg
Mola fish 300 Rupees kg
Pabda fish 400 Rupees kg






Second I visited vegetable market

I bought variety kinds of vegetable.I bought Pointed gourd, Potatoes, Cabbage,Gourd, Sweet pumpkin,spiny gourd ,Tomato, green chilli etc.

Some vegetables price of Rasulpur market

Potatoes 26 Rupees per kg
Spiny gourd 40 Rupees kg
Tomato 🍅 60 Rupees kg
Gourd 30 Rupees per piece
Cabbage 40 Rupees kg
Sweet pumpkin 30 Rupees kg
Green chilli 80 Rupees kg
Momordica charantia 60 Rupees kg
Gourd 40 Rupees kg
Borboti 40 Rupees
Onion 40 Rupees
Garlic 60 Rupees
Ginger 50 Rupees
Ol 40 Rupees
Raw banana 5 Rupees per piece
Ridge gourd 40 Rupees
Ladies finger's 30 Rupees
Eggplant 🍆 80 Rupees



I visited fruit market of Rasulpur

I bought some fruits. Sugarcane,gourd, apple, banana .

Sugarcane per piece 30 Rupees
Gourd 40 Rupees per kg
Apple 100-200 Rupees
Orange 10 Rupees per pieces
Ripe banana 50 Rupees per dozen
Coconut 🥥 25,30,35,40 Rupees
Pineapple 60 Rupees
Naspoti 100 Rupees
Pati orange 5 Rupees per piece




Capture by @simaroy
Phone camera: Redmi note 10 pro Max

Regards @simaroy


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That is a very complete record of your day! Thank you! I don't think you could get any more precise if you tried!

Compared to the prices charged at my farmer's market, I would rather be shopping there! There is so much variety and the merchandise looks so nice and fresh! You got quite a bit while you were there. Do you have trouble carrying it back to the train? Your journey was quite long for the market, especially when you do shopping.

Your pictures were wonderful, the writing very good! Thank you for putting out such a great #MarketFriday post!

I want to thank you for being a part of the #MarketFriday Challenge. I have personally found there is always so much to learn about people, where they live, and how things are done in different parts of the world. For me, reaching out across the globe and learning about different cultures through their markets, especially local markets and farmers' markets, has been such a rewarding experience. We have become a melting pot of culture, but, it is still the rituals, festivals, food, architecture, and even your language/languages that separate us... and what is normal for us? There are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. I have learned so much about all of you and it has been an amazing experience. We do differ in many ways, which makes us interesting and unique, but, there are many ways in which are so much alike.

@dswigle friend.Thanks a lot .I am very happy.I will try to participate per week this market Friday challenge.I love marketing.I visit market and buy variety goods of my family.I hope that everyone can know about Indian Local goods price .Thank you so much 💗 friend.

Thank you! I look forward to seeing your next #MarketFriay post! Have a great weekend!