The lawn at Fatehpur Sikri Palace was just mown when we arrived. The lawn mower itself was visibly old, but it was quite suitable to mow the pre-green on a golf course. On either side of the lawn sat 5-10 women and children and waited for the catch to be full and emptied. The grass was then collected in cloths (bed cover size) and tied. Probably it is apparently sold to people as a feed for the cows.
In total, the lawn mowing employed more than 15 people, of which a maximum of 2-3 had done something at the same time and watched the rest.