Camels are a common sight in rural areas.
And so are cattle--although they are viewed as sacred and can be seen virtually anywhere.
Jerry-rigged vehicles, technically illegal, are common in rural areas where there is scant law enforcement.
A common sight in every village are cow patties, used for fuel, heating, and insect repellent. They are stored in a variety of structures, such as the hut below, to protect them from the rains. Sadly, snakes will also seek shelter in the huts when the monsoons come, and bites are common.
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