Kond - Settlements



Kond homes are traditionally rectangular with hardened dirt floors, strong outer wall-planks of wood, and thatched grass roofs with wood supports. Doorposts are used to keep cattle from the sleeping quarters of the occupants, who are housed in the same dwelling; chickens and goats share another room, and a pigsty is also traditionally found in a separate part of the house. The houses of a village are generally scattered near the fields.


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