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Hamdard Rooh Afza Pet Bottle, 800 ml (imported)

Hamdard Rooh Afza Pet Bottle, 800 ml (imported)

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Hamdard Rooh Afza Pet Bottle, 800 ml

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bumblefoot wrote:

looks costly.
750 ml mrp is 150
https://www.amazon.in/Hamdard-Dawakhana-Roohafz...

That’s why imported tag.
Same with imported goodies from other brands, countries like Cadbury, Kraft, Post, Tree hut too.
Locally produced here are cheaper and economical for us middle class tho. Won’t recommend imported ones now 😅
Just added here for the high discount.

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Boycott this Pakistani product & use Haldighati (Rajasthan)made original organic rose products

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Ash-D wrote:

Isn’t this a indian brand??
Ps: got it imported.

Made outside. There’s bata which makes shoes in Vietnam and import shoes from China and Indonesia.

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rini50 wrote:

Made outside. There’s bata which makes shoes in Vietnam and import shoes from China and Indonesia.

Got it. Never knew there are two companies (same ancestory) Hamdard India & Hamdard pakistan.
Never tasted from the Pakistan but I think should taste same.
I read an article where it said pakistani ones demand has rose in India and it was selling for around ₹350.

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Ash-D wrote:

Got it. Never knew there are two companies (same ancestory) Hamdard India & Hamdard pakistan.
Never tasted from the Pakistan but I think should taste same.
I read an article where it said pakistani ones demand has rose in India and it was selling for around ₹350.

Don’t know the details, just used the ones made in India.. so can’t compare but should be similar in taste or only slight differences.

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rini50 wrote:

Don’t know the details, just used the ones made in India.. so can’t compare but should be similar in taste or only slight differences.

I had tasted once. It tastes better. It used to taste like old roohafza which we used to get in india few years back and today roofaza doesn’t taste as good as before.

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sachin4u1987 wrote:

Boycott this Pakistani product & use Haldighati (Rajasthan)made original organic rose products

Available in amazon?

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sachin4u1987 wrote:

Boycott this Pakistani product & use Haldighati (Rajasthan)made original organic rose products

Or use the Indian Hamdard which is readily available everywhere.

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Has anyone used Shan non-veg masala? Those are much better than what is available here. Shan is again a pakistani brand.

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sachin4u1987 wrote:

Boycott this Pakistani product & use Haldighati (Rajasthan)made original organic rose products

Actually was recently there, and did picked up few local products from there, yet to try them though.

@luficer no they are not available on Amazon.

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tuckless wrote:

I had tasted once. It tastes better. It used to taste like old roohafza which we used to get in india few years back and today roofaza doesn’t taste as good as before.

Checking out the both products details it seems to be very different in ingredients except the sugar content which is major part in both.
Talking about Hamdard India it’s been eaten from inside, heavily corrupted & more like a govt. organisation. They also lack marketing too and relying just on their name which have worked pretty much till now for their two main products safi & ruafza.
But young generation is drinking sting, redbull it’s either the old people who wants it or some young who wants to revive their childhood memories.

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tuckless wrote:

I had tasted once. It tastes better. It used to taste like old roohafza which we used to get in india few years back and today roofaza doesn’t taste as good as before.

I think it’s pretty ok as per ingredients list and a safer, healthy option for food colouring too vs Hersey’s strawberry syrup, which is a big NO from me #Diabetes alert

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Can anyone suggest Indian Rooh Afza? Imported are costly.

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bumblefoot wrote:

Actually was recently there, and did picked up few local products from there, yet to try them though.

@luficer no they are not available on Amazon.

Pakistan or haldighati?

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pikkuboss wrote:

Can anyone suggest Indian Rooh Afza? Imported are costly.

Product links already up there.
Or buy locally.

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Ash-D wrote:

Got it. Never knew there are two companies (same ancestory) Hamdard India & Hamdard pakistan.
Never tasted from the Pakistan but I think should taste same.
I read an article where it said pakistani ones demand has rose in India and it was selling for around ₹350.

I’ve tried Pakistani one few years ago, it’s more sugary and rose syrup like. Nobody in our home liked it.

The old ones manufactured in India before the plastic bottle was very Good.

Recently they have started ‘Sugar Free’ version also

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pikkuboss wrote:

Can anyone suggest Indian Rooh Afza? Imported are costly.

Try Amazon Pantry, Amazon Fresh or Swiggy Instamart.
Dmart, big bazaar or More also have

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B3A5T wrote:

I’ve tried Pakistani one few years ago, it’s more sugary and rose syrup like. Nobody in our home liked it.

The old ones manufactured in India before the plastic bottle was very Good.

Recently they have started ‘Sugar Free’ version also

I think that’s what the ingredients say. Indian one have lot more ingredients or maybe they (Pakistani one) haven’t put them openly.

Indian roafza
https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/711545/medium/7929121Screenshot-20210914-213945-2.png?1631636000

Pakistani ruafza
https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/711546/medium/7929121IMG-0273.jpg?1631636005

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Seriously, something ‘Made in Pakistan’ and we should entertain that. No way!

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DinoRaj wrote:

Seriously, something ‘Made in Pakistan’ and we should entertain that. No way!

There’s plenty of “Made in India” stuff that go in Pakistan too. You do know that no matter how much their and our govt (including 50 cent troll bots) throw mud at each other before elections, trade between the common people go on, right? confused

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bumblefoot wrote:

Actually was recently there, and did picked up few local products from there, yet to try them though.

@luficer no they are not available on Amazon.

Hey bro, the thread was locked. So I’m asking you here.
Is there any update on the kidnapping case? Is the kid found or some ransom amount asked? frowning

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