When I was in Madhya Pradesh in August 2013, I visited many villages.
It was not surprising to come across Bullock- carts; I know they still are important aspect of village life and especially Farmer life.
What amazed me was the variety.
This one was in Amalatha; a smaller one.
Another one in the same village. This is little bigger and without any added color. Both these are "parked" near the farms, away from the residential area.
However, the third one was seen in village Chhota Badada.
Do you observe differences? in size, in colur, in shape, in design?
A simple "utility" object - but how farmers make give personalities to bullock carts.
Well, where are the bullocks?
You will have to wait for them as they are resting