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Difference between village, town & city lifestyles in IndiaBY: Sreeni | Category: Others | Post Date: 2009-04-03
Indian culture is rich and diverse. People give respect to their traditional values and hence its greatness was recognized all over the world. Lifestyle of people living in Village, town and city levels differs a lot.
People in villages majorly depend on agriculture and their main source of income is cultivation. Their regular life cycle in terms of earning money is that cultivating two to three crops a year, transporting the cultivated food or other products to the nearby towns, selling the cultivated raw material either through middlemen or direct selling. Though, they enjoy their work and return to home from form lands evening around 6pm every day, taking bath, having dinner and sleeping before 10 pm itself. There won't be much work pressure and targets in their daily work; they grandly celebrate every festival and cultural events. For entertainment, they often go to nearby towns or cities and watch movies between the time gaps of their work. We can see lot of unity and cool environment in Indian villages. Though few families have disputes in their routine life due to any factor, they join together to fight against any issue that disturbs their village and solve it effectively with dedication.
Lifestyle at City level is quite different compared to villages. Days in cities pass like hours, life cycle is very fast and people are busy in their respective business and work. Most of the city population travels a number of kilometers to reach their work places. If their office timings are 8 hours a day, additionally need to spend two hours in travel to reach their office and home in return. Everyone will be busy in their work schedules. City people can enjoy only in weekends and holidays. Due to high level technology and availability and scope for rich education standards, city people are highly educated, posh and advanced in lifestyle. We can see a foreign culture mix in terms of wearing clothes and food habits in most of the city population. But while celebrating festivals, city people follow ethnicity and celebrate with traditional touch.
Town level people will have the flavor of both village and City. Their lifestyle is almost nearer to city lifestyle, but not a busy life like cities and not as advanced as city culture. They knew the updated technology, but very less people make use of it. Good thing is that town people can easily understand various accents and way of speaking of both village and city people.
Though people live with different lifestyles, everyone enjoy their own way of living and respect Indian culture
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