The government launches the Swayampurna Chaturthi Bazaar on August 20.

Swayampurna Chaturthi Bazaar will be free of charge on August 20 . The name Swayampurna Chaturthi Bazaar came from Swayampurna Goa, according to the chief minister .

Panaji: Officially, the state government will run Swayampurna Chaturthi Bazaar across the state on August 20, said chief minister Pramod Sawant, who said that the stalls would be free of charge, and that locals who want to market traditional Chaturthi sweets, flowers, and matoli items should contact their swayampurna mitras at the meeting.The name Swayampurna Chaturthi Bazaar came from Swayampurna Goa, according to the chief minister.The selling of traditional sweets has been reduced, according to him, and people are now opting for ready-made sweets, according to he.All items will be available with gift wrapping, from modaks to nevryos, according to he.