While you can get meat at Western-style supermarkets here, local people in India prefer going to a traditional butcher. There are many such shops here, at different scales; the smallest are streetside stalls where passersby risk spatter from the butchering activities. This picture is of the shop our driver Rupesh brought Kim to and that I visited first time last weekend. Here you can get goat, lamb, chicken, plus an assortment of fishes. On this day I got boneless lamb, which the butcher hacked off a hanging leg, then cubed for me with authoritative whacks on top of the stump cutting board. Price for 1 kg was Rs. 580, or just under $5 / lb.