Villages Life In India

The soul of India lives in its villages. 60 percent of the population still live villages of India. Indian villages have a very beautiful and attractive lifestyle. The villages are free from the hustle and bustle of a city life. Villages are peaceful, calm, quite and full of greenery when one can breath fresh air. The beautiful of villages are described by the way villagers happily live in the small huts or a home, made by clay or mud. A big open area with trees at the front and a vegetables garden at the back yard, surrounding by the bamboo s. The villages are socially knit together,   every evening they assemble in the village “Chopal” with their “Hukkas” and chatting and talking goes on late the night.

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Indian village house are Eco- friendly in nature, made by bamboos and mud’s. The houses in Indian villagE’s are mostly built of bamboo with thatched roofs. Wall and floor of the village houses are by panted by a mixer of dirt, grass, and cow shit. Before and after rain, these house need a maintenance every time. Most of the people who live in villages are farmers, other works as potters, carpenter, blacksmith. Bull’s are use for farming and other activity in field. Women work planting the rice paddy, while the men work pulling bullock carts, tilling new soil etc.

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The educational status of the people in the villages of India is not so good, some of the villages even don’t have school. There are so water supply, no indoor toilets and no electricity. River water, well or hand pump are the main source of water. Life in the villages of India differ from one region to another, these Indian villages contain the list of famous tribal groups in India. The life style of villagers are very clean, sweet and simple. They don’t dream for big house, vehicle, money etc, whatever they got that is enough to live their life happily.

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