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a baker from goa
This lesson is a pen portrait of a traditional Goan village beaker that still has unimportant place in his vicinity. Goa is the place which has the varied culture of French, English and Portuguese. Here in this lesson the description of a village hacker reminds us of the Old Portuguese days.
The beaker comes with the jhang - jhang sound—a sound of his bamboo stuff. His one hand supports the basket of his head and the other hand the bamboo on the ground. The baker places the basket and the imploring children surround him to look into the basket what verities of eatables he carries. They buy the loves and even eat without brushing.
The sells are so importantly intertwined with the social custom with Goan people that their presence is inevitable. Marriage gifts are meaningless without the sweet bread called “bol”. Cakes and bolinhas are a must for festival. Their peculiar dress is known as “kabai” as they themselves are known as “pader”. They have a joyful life as they earn profitably well. Their plum physique is the testimony to this.
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