A village market is an important place for the villagers. The villagers buy and sell their daily goods in the village market. A village is generally situated on the bank of a river or by the side of a highway or under a big tree. There are two kinds of the village markets; the daily market and the weekly market. The daily market is called “Bazar”. It sits in the morning and breaks up before noon. The weekly market is called “Hat”. It sits once or twice a week and breaks up late in the evening. A village market is broadly divided into three parts: open space, temporary sheds, and permanent sheds. Here things are bought and sold after the close haggling between the buyers and the seller. The prices of things are generally cheaper in the village market. A village market saves the village people from the troubles of going to for buying and selling things. Moreover, it helps them carry on business and make money. It is a good meeting place for the villagers. Thus, a village market plays a very important role in the agro-based economy of the country.