Bhaini Maharajpur is a small village on the NH 10. The village is tucked between Mundhal and Meham. Like most villages in Haryana, there are no proper garbage sites. One can notice garbage even near the highway. The village seems to be centered around a temple and a pond. Villagers bring their buffaloes for a bath in the pond, and in the evening a lot of people can be seen around it. Children come to swim and girls to fetch water from well adjacent to the pond. Villagers wash clothes and bath from the same water.
Cows walking past a garbage site on NH 10 at Bhaini Maharajpur
Young and old rest under a shade on a hot day
A man walking his buffalo to a feeding ground on the outskirt of the village
A man bathes his buffalo at the village pond. Villagers bathe and wash clothes in the same pond
An old man sitting outside his house ruminatively. A puddle in front of the house could become breeding grounds for mosquitoesimage
Children seeking blessings of a sadhu at the village temple
A village hospital in a very poor state. It looks like an abandoned house but is still very much in use. It just goes on to show its poor upkeep