27 September, Kathmandu. The Kathmandu Valley has been deserted for decades. There is a lot of crowd at the meat shops on the eighth day. Traders are waiting for customers in vegetable markets. The same is true of the rolling market built along the deserted Kupandol road. Customers come in a crowd.
It’s only been three months since the rolling market was formed. Fruits, vegetables, ghee, bags and silverware produced in indigenous industries are available in this market.
Director Anoop Jangam says, “We are a little different from other markets, be it the vegetables available here or the products produced by all indigenous entrepreneurs.
According to Director Anoop, Rolling Nexus Company was established for over three years with the objective of promoting employability and entrepreneurship. In line with this thinking, some time back Rolling Nexus started e-commerce. Online shopping facility was available from rolling market.
The market which operates in Kupandol Mahadevastha of Lalitpur has daily necessities. Non-toxic fresh vegetables, local fruits, local rice, pulses, spices, oils, maize bran, sattu and handicrafts made by housewives, disabled and repatriated entrepreneurs, textiles and many other indigenous products are kept.
“Our aim is to create employment in the country, help manage fair market for Nepalese products, provide vocational training for those interested and motivate them to do business in their country,” he said. Rolling Market is working with the aim of facilitating the sale and distribution of Nepalese products and helping to increase the demand and popularity of various exhibitions.
He said that all indigenous products manufactured and manufactured in Nepal can be found in rolling market.
own farm in panauti
Rowling has also started her own vegetable farming by not only selling it to farmers and home entrepreneurs. Director Anoop told that he has started his farm in 30 plantation areas in Panauti of Kavre.
Apart from this, you will find many items like hand-woven woolen clothes, toys, art and painting, Nepali made clothes, shoes, electronic goods. The rolling market is dominated by women, people with disabilities and returning entrepreneurs.
The company said the market is dominated by women’s groups and allied women entrepreneurs, returnees from abroad and some agricultural firms.