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With changing times, the choice of toys has changed. Earlier, children used to buy train sets. Now, they want to buy what they see on the Internet.
"It is easy to buy a thing, but it is difficult to use it," Sundra says. Ram Chander & Sons used to manufacture educational toys till late '90s. Schools were their customers, where Sundra even went to teach. Now, 80 per cent of the goods are imported from US, Europe, China, Germany, etc.