In this paper, an attempt is made to study the export behaviour of a few selescted commodities of the State. This is largely an inquiry into the economic implications of export fluctuations over a limited period of a decade. However, the dominant objective which inspired this study has been to examine the strategic character and place of 'price' in export transactions. Price is an important determinant in all transactions; but it cannot be asserted that it plays any exclusive strategy in international trade. The empirical evidence here lends support to this view.