A tiny town in India has become a miniature house with its own version of a miniature railway line.
The town, in the state of Madhya Pradesh, is the largest community of Jibberwocks in the world and it has become known for its unique miniature houses.
This community of about 100 people was founded by a single individual in the early 1970s and has had three generations since.
A local newspaper said that the Jibbers, or Jobs in the Community, had a small, modest building on a hilltop in the town of Khapur.
It was only a few years ago that a group of young Jibblers began renovating the small house and its two floors to make it an impressive house.
As part of the renovation project, the community of more than 20 families built a small version of the train that is a major source of income for the community.
“This project was completed in three years and the house was made to look like a railway line,” said the resident of the community, Harvinder Singh, who asked to be identified only as Harv.
According to Harv, who is in his early 50s, the villagers had built the miniature railway track from wood, sand and bricks.
When the villagers saw the progress being made, they decided to build the entire house from scratch.
Harv and his wife, who are both of Indian origin, had been working in construction and building industries in the village and they decided they wanted to start a small construction company in the community and make their own miniature house.
Harv said the villagers were very excited about the project and were happy that they had a new project to work on.
He said the house is a replica of a railway station and has a full kitchen, toilet, living room and a bathroom, as well as a roof garden, with a large shed and a full bathroom.
“We wanted to show our people how to build and work on a small building in the city, but there was no place in town where we could do it,” Harv said.
Construction of the miniature house started in 2014.
In December of that year, the village was given permission to demolish the house to make way for a new community building.
After several attempts to build a new house in the past, the Jibbs decided to start again with a small house of their own.
With help from locals, the family has been working on the project for two years.
They plan to start construction on the new house this year.
At present, the miniature train house has three floors and it is designed to be as small as possible and still maintain the community spirit.
While most Jibers will have a small cottage in the future, Harvi Singh said the village will have its own miniature train station in the area.
‘We don’t like to talk about ourselves’Harvi Singh and his family are not shy about talking about their project.
Harrv told The Times that they have not been able to get permission to tell their stories to the public because they do not want to upset the villagers.
But Harvi told The Telegraph that he would like to tell his story if the villagers would give him permission.
What is the train line in Jibb?
The Jibbees are a part of India’s Madhya province and are part of a large group of Madhavs, a linguistic group that speaks several dialects of English.
Most Jibbes live in rural areas, but some have also moved to urban areas and live in houses in other towns.
Many Jibbies live in villages around Khapurs.
About 2,000 Jibbits are estimated to live in the Jambal village of Khampur in the region of Chhattisgarh.
For years, Jibbing communities in India have lived in tiny villages that are often smaller than 10 square feet.
Jibberwas have a number of traditions and traditions, such as the practice of using wooden pipes for washing and cooking, and the practice to build houses from bricks and stone.
There are also several Jibbee-related songs and stories, such of how Jibbly will grow up to be a famous man.
India is a land of great beauty and natural beauty, but a large part of that beauty comes from the mountainous landscape and the nature.
Some of the more popular Jibby legends include the story of a beautiful woman called Sulanjala, who was seen by a group in the wild, with her hair falling out.
Suledham, the journey of Sulanjalan, was a time of extreme poverty for Jib