Q. 14.1( 14 Votes )
Have you ever stopped at a roadside stand? What have you observed there?
Yes, I did stop at a roadside stand sometimes. There I observed some people selling fresh vegetables and fruits by keeping them in bamboo weaved baskets. That store doesn’t seem like a store, it’s just a big cloth, whose four corners are tied to four supports, which lie over their head and protect them from sun. Those people say a price and wouldn’t mind in travelling down an extra mile if we buy a dozen instead of two.
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The kind of life they lead.NCERT - Flamingo
How are the shopkeepers treated?NCERT - Flamingo
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