November heralds the begining of India's livestock fairs, some of the largest in the world.
At the Sonepur Mela, in the Indian state of Bihar, farm animals like dogs, birds, buffaloes, donkeys, horses, camels, and elephants are available for purchase. The Sonepur Fair is the only one in the world where such a large number of elephants are traded. Getty photographer Daniel Berehulak visited the fair to capture this stunning event. The ancient Sonepur Mela can last between 15 days and one month.
November also marks the begining of the Pushkar fair, one of the world's largest camel markets, and the Vautha fair, one of the world's largest donkey trading events.