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How is the buying and selling of merchandise takes place at Jonbeel Mela?
During the occasion a huge bazaar is held. A few days before the mela starts, indigenous Assamese communities of Assam Hills and neighborhood like Hill Tiwa, Karbi, Khasi, and Jayantia of the northeast come down from the hills with products and interchange their merchandise with the native indigenous Assamese people in a barter system. It is said to be a hi-tech age barter system and perhaps the only fair in India where barter system is still alive.
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