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10 Unusual Jobs People Have In India

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10 Unusual Jobs People Have In India

India is a world’s second largest populated country. Here people have different cast, religion, jobs etc. some people who are attached with the roots, they do local jobs which are famous at their place.

so let have a look to the 10 Unusual Jobs People Have In India

  1. ROAD SIDE DENTIST

    Just imagine you are going on the road and you feel a sharp pain in your tooth – who’ll come to your rescue? A roadside dentist, yes these ancient orthodontists are often seen in India. Fillings, clean-ups they do it all…but, there’s a catch. There’s no anesthesia. Proceed with caution.

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  2. ROAD SIDE EAR CLEANER

    Tools of the trade of road side cleaner are sharp needle of steel, wap of cotton and pincer. They are often found on the streets of local markets and in/around monuments in cities. This profession is not in the trend now.

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  3. HUMAN SCARECROWS

    We all know that what are scarecrows and what they do, to chase away the birds who spoil the crops. Well, a human scarecrow is a person who stands to scare off pigeons at personal properties, specially palaces premise or hotels, using flags.


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  4. PROFESSIONAL MOURNERS

    These are actually people who are paid to cry at a funeral. They are also known as Rudalis, and are mostly found in Rajasthan. It’s an old and an odd custom that has been followed in India for centuries now. They wear black color, which is associated with the God of death, Yama.

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  5. SNAKE CHARMER

    Everyone knows what snake charming is. Charmer plays flute, king cobra dances! It’s considered art, but it’s dying. In India around 46,000 people die from snakebites in a year you know why? Because people visit snake charmer instead of visiting doctor.

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  6. FORTUNE TELLER WITH PARROT

    A parrot astrologer typically sits beneath a tree or by the side of a busy road. He has a cage with one or two trained parrots in it. There are 27 numbers of tarot-like cards contain images of Hinudu diety, Budhha or Virgin Mary with Infant Jesus are spread in front of person who want to know about the future.The parrot walks over to the cards, picks one from the stack and gives it to the astrologer. The astrologer opens that card and based on the image tell the fortune.

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  7. CORPSE PHOTOGRAPHER

    Corpse photographer one kind of photographer that’s is unique to India. Studios in Varanasi are dedicated to photographing the dead. Morbid as it sounds, corpse photography is as much a part of the final rites in Varanasi as any other tradition. “They want something to remember them by. Corpse photographer says that people kept thses picture in their pooja ghar and worship.


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  8. GENEALOGISTS

    Genealogists are the group of professionals whose job is to dig up your family history dating back to tens of generations.Signature of a late-great-great-grandfather. Photo of the grandfather from a religious ceremony, “Pandas” are famous for keeping genealogy records of so many Hindu families. They are Known as Vahis, so many years back when Hindus visited Haridwar, it was a custom to go to the Pandas and update the family’s genealogical family tree with details of all marriages, births and deaths as an important step in preserving a sense of identity.

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  9. TANTRIKS

    Under the realm of astrology, Tantriks are priests who try to solve various problems including “child and marriage problems” through various black magic rituals including sexual problems. The tantriks mostly works free of material desires, but a little tip for their services can be given. Even some have their own websites.

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  10. DABBAWALAS

    The dabbawallahs (or tiffin carriers) are a network of personnel who deliver home-cooked food to the working folks in the city of Bombay. They collect tiffin boxes from their homes, delivery to their offices and deposit them back to the homes. According to Harvard research study, the dabbawallahs are famous for their on-time, efficient, and super low cost delivery management system, and boast of six-sigma standards.

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  11. MUSTACHIOED DOORMAN

    Beards and mustaches have been considered a sign of virility among men in India. A group in Rajasthan takes the mustachioed trend to another level by turning their muche into a source of income! Mustachioed men are hired as doormen at restaurants to lure customers in! Some other gigs include charging a small amount or “baksheesh” to curious onlookers who’d like for the man to unravel his follicular pride.

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    Source:Telegraph.co.uk/gettyimages

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