Haat Bazaar is an important space in tribal culture. It is one of the significant occasions in an everyday life of tribals. These bazaars can also be termed as ‘Supermarket for the locals’. Setup once a week, it is a place for social gathering and leisure. The makeshift stalls here display a whole variety of products to sell. Earthen pots, aluminum utensils, vegetables and fruits, mahua, salfi, unpolished rice and grain, jewelry are some of the common products sold here. Leaf cups and plates, sewn up with needle thin sticks are still used to carry food items and drinks. Entry of popular markets in the native lands has replaced their traditional utensils, jewelry and daily needs. Cockfight is their favorite leisure sport and it involves heavy betting too. The haat bazaar of Narayanpur is still an example of an open society, where men and women can be seen freely drinking in public. Selling seems less important than communing and enjoying oneself. Many tribals commute barefoot from the far lands to enjoy the local Haat. This market is also a sensitive zone, as it has encountered numerous Naxal-Police conflicts.