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Street Vendors of India

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A Halakki woman going to market to sell vegetables
Notice that the woman is without a blouse, but covered with lots of necklaces instead. This is typical attire of her community in Uttara Kannada.
Halakki Tribal Woman Going to Marketplace
The Spice Girl
Indian Girl Selling Pepper, Ginger & Spices

"I Sell Good Health"
A boy selling fruits on his bicycle
Fruit Vending Boy

He is a fruits and vegetable seller.

Tomato Seller, Bangalore
Vegetable Vendor
"I have some nice beans for you."

"Unsold vegetables are sold as heaps (Guddey)."
Eco-friendly Pop Vendor
Tender Coconut Vendor
Till the carbonized drinks became popular in the 80s, tender coconuts were commonly used as refreshing beverages

Woman Selling Paan Leaves
Sitaphal Vendor
"My capital is too small to expand my fruit business."
Woman seeling "Sita's Fruits" (on left)

A Fruit Stall in Bangalore
India`s Street Culture
Drum Vendor from Uttara Pradesh
Picture of man selling drums in Bangalore streets

Artisan Selling Fans Made with Peacock Feathers
Art Made with Peacock Feathers
tA Handicraft Vendor
Colorful Toys, Colorful Merchant
An artisan from Rajasthan selling puppets and dolls at an art show


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