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In what ways is a hawker different from a shop owner?


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A hawker provides door to door service. He sells his goods by calling out the names of his items. He generally owns a thela which we may call a movable shop and keep in it different items of our everyday use. He sells his goods at the minimum profit.
A shop owner runs his shop at one fixed place. Whenever we need anything we go there and purchase it. Here, we get things at the somewhat costlier rate.

Social Science
NCERT
Standard VII

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