There are few options for people in rural India.
You can go to an airport, but it costs you money and it takes time to get there.
You may want to head to the city, but that can be expensive, too.
But one option is the buffalo transportation.
The buffalo is a species of buffalo which, according to Wikipedia, “is native to India, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
It is a medium-sized carnivore with a long snout and short horns, with the hind legs extending to the side of the head”.
The buffalo is an endangered species and has been listed as threatened by the World Conservation Union (WCOU).
The buffalo was hunted for its meat in India and Pakistan.
The species was first brought to the US in 1856, and in 1915, it was brought to Australia and then to New Zealand.
In the 1930s, the US Fish and Wildlife Service began monitoring the buffalo and found it to be an important source of food for wild populations.
In 1956, the federal government designated the buffalo a species threatened under the Endangered Species Act and banned its slaughter.
Since then, the buffalo has been protected by the US government from being slaughtered.
According to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the buffalo is one of the world’s most important wildlife species.
In fact, the species is listed as a threatened species by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
However, it is still an important part of the ecosystem in India.
The buffalo provides food to the population of buffalo and is used for ceremonial purposes in the Hindu religion, which has become a popular way to transport people from village to village.