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You can earn 50 thousand rupees a month by doing business of pulses, process is so easy

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Pulses that contain a treasure trove of proteins are an important part of a vegetarian diet. Along with being delicious, they are also very beneficial in terms of digestion. Apart from protein, it contains carbohydrates, many types of vitamins, phosphorus and mineral elements, which keep the body healthy as well as many types of diseases. Pulses are the basic need of an Indian family home. You can build your business on this basic need of the Indian family.

A shop will be needed to start a business of pulses. If you have your own shop, you will be saved from rent. At the same time, you can also start work by taking a shop on rent. You can shop around your area. Before taking a shop, be sure to check how many shops around your shop have pulses and grains. So, it is easy for you to sell.

Must have this license

You will need a GST number to run a shop and do business. The GST number will be found after registering on the GST portal. Open lentils or plastic packaged lentils do not attract GST. However, there is a 5% GST on selling branded pulses. If doing business at a rented shop, then a rent agreement will be required. A license to run a shop will also have to be obtained from MCD. Food license has to be taken from the government food authority FSSAIS.

Most of the states have pulses mills which supply polished pulses to wholesale and retail markets. Their information will be found through search engines like Just Dial and online search. There are several pulses mills in Narela and Badli Industrial Area in Delhi-NCR. These dal mills can be contacted and asked for dal.

You can buy pulses from wholesale market

You can order pulses from the wholesale market of pulses in your area. Pulses can also be purchased from importer. Their information will be found online. All information on the website of India Pulse and Grain Association will also be available along with the prices.

Investment and Earnings

Satinder Jain, wholesaler of pulses in Khari Baoli, told moneybhaskar.com that the business of pulses can be started with an investment of Rs 5 lakh. An investment of 5 lakh rupees can easily earn 40 to 50 thousand rupees every month. Jain said that by selling pulses and grains, a sale of 1,500 to 2,000 rupees is made easily. From the wholesale market or mills, the sale of 100 rupees in retail gives a margin of 10 to 25 rupees.

You can also sell pulses with brand name by buying your packaging machine. It has an advantage in the long run when the quality of pulses is good.

Can also sell pulses online

You can also sell pulses on e-commerce platforms like Big Basket, Amazon Pantry, online market by creating your brand.

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Virtual bilateral summit between Mahinda Rajapaksa and PM Modi will hold on Saturday.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa will hold a virtual bilateral summit on September 26, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Wednesday.

The ministry said the summit will give an opportunity to the two leaders to comprehensively review the broad framework of the bilateral relationship. The two leaders are expected to deliberate on a host of issues like ways to further deepen anti-terror cooperation, boost overall defence and trade ties as well as implementation of India’s development projects in Sri Lanka.

The long-pending Tamil issue in Sri Lanka is also likely to figure in the talks.India has been pitching for fulfilling the aspirations of the Tamil community in the island nation.

“The virtual bilateral summit will give an opportunity to the two leaders to comprehensively review the broad framework of the bilateral relationship soon after the Parliamentary elections in Sri Lanka and in the context of the time-tested friendly ties between the two countries,” the MEA said in a statement.

Last month, Rajapaksa was sworn in as Sri Lankan prime minister for a fresh term after his party, Sri Lanka People’s Front, secured a two-thirds majority in the parliamentary polls.

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