Dukan wala - Hole-in-the-wall kiosk in Tamil Nadu, India. - Respect !
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I have respect for people who have a small grocery shop, veg/fruit stand or food stall and sell the bare necessities to people on the street.
In Indian towns it's usually a back window/door of their home, looking into a side street and run by any family member at a time: from school boy or girl to the eldest grandma/pa in the extended family.
Sometimes there's nobody and you got to call until they pop out of the inner rooms.
Often my respect translates to friendship that goes beyond just "give me that and here's the money", but that is the quality of Indian micro business owners...
The page is too short to mention all the friends, families, native places, functions etc... I got to visit and stay with which started from just coming to buy a little nothing.
Also by Etan Doronne
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