New Delhi: In recent months, the unicorn has been popping up on the shelves of many Indian stores.
In the past two years, the toy has seen a surge in popularity, with a whopping 80% of Indian consumers buying them in the past year.
According to a report by the Indian media company Mint, the popularity of the toy rose by 10% in the first half of this year.
This has led to increased demand for the toys, as it has become more common to see them in Indian markets.
According to the report, the Indian toy market is estimated to be worth Rs. 2,400 crore (US$3.5 billion) and it is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2021.
The report, which comes on the heels of the success of the Unicorn toy in China, noted that the toy is now popular across the country.
“The popularity of unicorns and the trend for ‘unicorns and toys’ have taken off in India,” the report stated.
“Many shops have started stocking them, while a number of retailers have also started selling the toys at low prices.”
The toy, which has become a staple in Indian retail since the 1980s, has also been seen in the UK, Germany and Australia.
The toy, also known as the unicorn, is an ancient creature, believed to be related to the mythical unicorn, which was once a part of the mythological story of the Hindu god Krishna.
In recent years, unicorns have been seen popping up in popular Indian markets like Bangalore, Bengaluru and Kolkata.
A popular Indian toy company, Unicorn, has released several new versions of the unicorn.