A Village Market Composition - easy and short composition

A Village Market Composition
A Village Market Composition

Every big village in Bangladesh has got a markets. It is an important place to the villagers. The villagers buy and sell the daily necessaries of their life in a village market.
A Village market sits in an open place o the village. It generally sits by the side o a rod or on the bank of a river or  canal so that the villagers can come and go.
Village markets are of two kinds hats and bazaars. Bazaars sit everyday in the morning and breaks up at noon. Hats sit in the afternoon once or  twice a week and continues from mid day to the early part of the night.
Usually a village markets is divided into three section open space, temporary shops and permanent shops. Vegetables , milk, fish , fruit, betel nut etc are in the open space. This place is always crowded, people buy their daily necessaries here. The grocers sit in the temporary shops. From the grocers people can buy oil, salt , onion , garlic, ginger, pulse, etc. In the permanent shops cloth, shoes , wheat, rice, flour , ghee, spices and different stationary items are the tailors’ shops and the tailors are busy in cutting and sewing. On hat days one or two cows and goats are slaughtered and people buy meat. People can also have fows, hens ducks etc. Cattle  are sold in some big markets. There are also tea stalls and the shops barbers.

A village markets has demerits also.  There is no fixed price for any of the items. A customers may be cheated at any time. A village market is not clean. There is no public sweeper to clean the rubbish and filth. Besides, sometimes haggling leads to quareel. Sometimes , shopkeepers are also oppressed by the local mastans and criminals.
In spite of the demerits a village is very useful and important in the life of the villagers. Here they meet their kith and variety of people. The villagers sell their surplus and buy their daily necessaries. It saves time and money of the villagers.

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