Friday, June 15, 2012

A Village Market

A village market is a place where the villagers meet to buy and sell things. It is a buying and selling center for the villagers. Generally it site every morning. Besides, big market sit once or twice week.
Place:
A village market generally stands at a place where people can easily come for buying and selling thing. So it usually stands at the junction of roads or by the side of a river or a canal.at the junction of roads or by the side of a river or a canal.Large banyan trees. are let grown to give shade and shelter.
Kinds of village Market:                                      
There are two kinds of village market. They are daily market and weekly market.Daily market is called 'bazaar'. It site daily in the morning. Weekly market is called Market. It site once or twice a week in the evening.
Descripatin:
A village market generally place where people can easily Kinds of Usefulness:village Market: Disadvantage village market, a village market, tree plantee, parts like open spec, temporary village market,  s permanent, shed in the open space sellers sit in rows. Fish,fruits, betel, sheds oil, rice, salt, pepper etc. are sold, some grocers, tailors, doctors, potters etc, Site in the permanent shed.A village market has tree parts like open spec, temporary shed and permanent shed. In the open space e sellers sit in rows. Fish,fruits, betel, sheds oil, rice, salt, pepper etc. are sold, some grocers, tailors, doctors, potters etc. Sit n the permanent shed.
Usefulness:
The village markets is very  useful to the villagers.here they get all things of daily use. It saves the villagers from going to distant planes to buy things. It is the villagers from going to distant planes to buy things. It is the meeting place of the villagers. the villagers find a social and friendly life here.
Disadvantage:
A village market has some disadvantage too. It is a noisy and unhealthy place, the pickpockets gather there. The village market does great service to the rural people.It is the backbone of the rural economy.

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