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Delhi, Udaipur, Ahmedabad
Two Hungarian textile artists who visited Delhi, India in January 2020 describe street vendors and street food. Street vendors sell from dawn til late into the night. They sell fruit and vegetables, flowers (most popular: marigolds, roses), pastries, sweet potatoes, incense, leaves, prepared foods, drinks (tea, buffalo milk), fresh pressed fruit juices, other street foods. They take their wares to places where the most people come and go: train stations, bus stations, the old town, subway entrances. Mostly the vendors were men selling from four wheeled carts, though other interesting solutions were seen. By Nagy Mari and Vidák István.