A life in a village India is an agriculture country and most of its people live in villages. A village is a collection of small huts in the middle of fields. Some villages are big while others are small. They are generally far off from the cities and have a different kind of life. The villagers live in the middle of natural surroundings with healthy & peaceful life. There is no hustle and bustle as in the modern life. The villagers, therefore, are happy and healthy. They lead a simple life and their desires are also few. They are satisfied with what they have and never dream big comforts that modern science has provided us today. Most of the people who live in villages are farmers. They go to their fields early in the morning where they work till evening, ploughing, sowing or reaping, according to seasons. Spinning and weaving is one of the important cottage industries of a village. It helps to increase their income. Beside this, some people keep grocery shops or work as potters, carpenters, etc. to fulfill their needs. The villagers are deeply religious. They worship a number of gods and goddesses. They devote regular time to prayer and worship. The villager’s life is co-operative and interdependent. They share in the joys and sorrow of each other. They help each other in time of need. So in a village the guest of one is considered as the guest of all. In a town or city, one does not care to know even one's neighbours. But each villager is familiar with the family history of other villagers. In the evening they assemble in the village "Chopal" for chatting which goes on till late the night. This is their simple recreation.