Now if you have ever been to India you might be able to relate to this article, if not, then let me walk you through the streets of India. Indian streets are very unique. You will be surprised by random encounters.
Every street in India has something unique to offer. You can come across artistic creations, handmade artifacts and specialties unique to a particular region or street. It is also possible that you get to see animals randomly on streets without having to go to a zoo! You will see very modern streets and some that are still preserving the old heritage of the country.
The not very populated streets are utilized by children for their afternoon play, keeping them lively. Small vendors can be spotted selling their unique handcrafts or special food items; a group of people, usually old age can be seen amusing themselves with gossips and some little side tasks such as knitting.
Not to forget that you might get a glimpse of a colorful, dancing group of people coming your way! Don't be scared, those are mostly weddings or could be some kind of religious event.
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