The village is panorama of the charming scenes of
nature. The scenery of the changing seasons has a profound effect on
the village life. It brings a divine touch into human mind. Hence, the
village life is full of divine beauty.
Village life is plain and simple. Villagers are
content with the necessities of life. They have no liking for luxury.
They manage with a few pieces of clothes. They prefer the plain food.
They discharge their social duties in the simplest manner possible.
Villagers are mostly field-workers. They take to
farming. Some of them are artisans. All of them follow the trade of
their respective castes. They take to different callings of life. Some
are priests, some are milkmen, some are oilmen, some are fishermen,
some are washermen, some are barbers, some are drummers and so on. They
are not rich and wealthy. But they have enough for their minimum
requirements of life.
The village people take part in fairs and festivals.
The celebrations are quite plain and simple. They attend the folk dance
and the open air dramas. But the aged of them do not attend the
functions. They are happy with their house and harvest.
The village people lead the life of plain living and
high thinking. They think high, because they think in the terms of God
and religon. The village temple maintains their social and moral
upkeep. The village temple maintains their social and moral upkeep. The
village deity is looked upon with awe and faith. Caste-customs are