Just like yesteryears, ahead of Diwali, the festival of light, the market of Guwahati is once again filled with Chinese lights and other Chinese goods. Administration strictly prohibits the sale of Chinese goods in the Indian market, however, traders paying no heed to the administrative orders are still selling Chinese goods and lights. All these goods are being sold in the market in front of the administration yet, just like previous years, no legal actions have been taken against them. Chinese goods, electronic items, and other consumer items are flooding the markets of North-Eastern states. Guwahati being the business hub of North-East witnesses the highest entry of Chinese goods and the products being cheaper compared to branded goods sells like pancakes. According to reports, the target customers are mainly middle-class and lower-middle-class people. However, the main question that arises is that despite strict orders by the government, how do these Chinese goods penetrate the Indian market.