A Village Market paragraph

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A Village Market paragraph

A village market is a place where the daily necessaries and various agriculture products are sold. Some village markets are held daily in the morning which are known as "Bazaar" . There are also some markets which are held once or twice in a week.  A village market seats in open space, by the side of a river or canal or under a big banyan tree. There are usually three types of shops in a village market. There are open shops, temporary shops and permanent shops. The temporary shops are made of tin shades with no fencing or walls around. The permanent shops are made of bricks or semi pucca buildings. Stationery goods clothes, toys, cosmetics, flour, ghee, rice, wheat's, sweetmeats are sold in the permanent shop. The villagers come to the village market to buy their daily necessaries and sale there surplus products of agriculture.  They need to depend a lot on a village market for their living. A village has another important role.  It is a place Where the villagers exchange their wishes and greetings.  Sometimes they share views on different issues of their problems and find a solution. Thus village market is an artery of village life.

A Village Market paragraph

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