A Morning At City Market, Bangalore, India

An Indulgence

Vendors and shoppers make their way through the busy corridors of City Market in Bangalore, India Vendors and shoppers make their way through the busy corridors of City Market in Bangalore, India

Students from the Stony Brook University  Journalism School interact withe sellers at the city market on the Journalism Without Walls 2015 foreign reporting trip.  Students from the Stony Brook University Journalism School interact withe sellers at the city market on the Journalism Without Walls 2015 foreign reporting trip.

Tied bunches of wood sticks used for pujas in Hindu households are one of the many items on sale at City Market. Tied bunches of wood sticks used for pujas in Hindu households are one of the many items on sale at City Market.

People in India purchase chillies by the 'handful' for approximately ten-15 rupees. Hopcoms, a popular neighborhood vegetable store sells chillies for 22 rupees or $0.34. People in India purchase chillies by the ‘handful’ for approximately ten-15 rupees. Hopcoms, a popular neighborhood vegetable store sells chillies for 22 rupees or $0.34.

Indian weddings or any occasion calls for garlands. A garland like this sells for 60 rupees or $1 approximately. Indian weddings or any occasion calls for garlands. A garland like this sells for 60 rupees or $1 approximately.

Women wholesalers haggle with customers to get the best price. Women wholesalers haggle with customers to get the best price.

A wholesalers closes a purchase deal with a customer. A wholesalers closes a purchase deal with a customer.

A rose seller is up before the crack of dawn in Bangalore. Getting a spot at the entrance of the market is crucial to getting more customers to purchase. A rose seller is up before the crack of dawn in Bangalore. Getting a spot at the entrance of the market is crucial to getting…

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