5 Chinese Goods Every Indian Uses

With the ascent of Chinese products in the Indian market, tastes and preferences of Indian buyers have become lopsided and  taken a shine to Chinese products, more than the Indian products.


  1. Religious Ideals


It so occurs that the Chinese manufacturers gear up early for Indian festivities than Indian manufacturers.When one steps out in the Indian markets,from streets to malls, it is not the Indian products but the Chinese which dominate and attract customers owing to their cheap, as well as  reasonable rates, suiting the pocket with a reasonable quality .

It seems the Chinese manufacturers understand the pulse of the Indian market better. Because the primary force that decides our purchase is the price of the product, Chinese manufactures certainly steal the profits from the Indian traders. Diwali is on the cards and the markets can be seen teeming with Chinese idols of Lord Ganesha, lights, candles, lamps and so on


  1. Toys


Almost every Indian Toy Store ironically keeps the Chinese products for sale which  adds to the existing miseries of the Indian toy making companies. From a peddler to air-conditioned showrooms, Chinese toys are the first preference and have been appreciated  for variety in terms of shapes, sizes, colours, age requirement etc.

3. Dumplings – aka Momos


These days are a priority of Indian taste buds over the once lip smacking Indian snacks like the chaat, aloo tikki, samosa,etc. One can experiment by putting adjacent to each other two stalls, one for dumplings and the other for Samosa and the like.

A huge crowd would be witnessed only around the MOMO corner. However, the smart Indians have delved into different sumptuous varieties of dumplings to offer on the platter with an Indian twist like tandoori momos, chicken-curry Momos, soybean Momos etc.



Markets today have flooded with Chinese clothing keeping in mind the Indian preferences. The fabric may be average, but the variety entices the Indian buyers.

5. Mobile Accessories

Duplicate mobile accessories like the mobile covers and cases have swept the Indian customers . These products please the pocket and are OK in terms of durability .

Ruchika Bhatia

A student of commerce by choice ,she is an ardent admirer of Nature and loves contemplating on the mysterious stories it binds everything with . She would be worse off and as miserable as sin sans reading . Non- fiction fascinates her . For her ,Writing is a persuasion of her long cherished passion . Strong Believer of the maxim that a pen is mightier than a sword .Wishes to be globetrotter one day .
Back to top button