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Watch: This cycle with innovative child backseat is impressing netizens

The undated video was posted on Twitter by Harsh Goenka, the chairman of RPG Enterprises.

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In India, there is no dearth of creative solutions, especially those that are created through ‘jugaad technology’. On Monday, Harsh Goenka, the chairman of RPG Enterprises, shared a video that documented this spirit of jugaad.

The undated video showed a woman cycling on the road. What made the video interesting was the special child seat in which a young child was seated. The backseat was made of a small child-size plastic chair that was attached to the bicycle. Both the woman and the child seemed completely comfortable with the innovative addition to the humble bicycle.

 

While sharing this video, Goenka wrote, “What a mother won’t do for her child 🥰🥰🥰”. This video has so far been viewed over 1.3 million times.


Commenting on it, a Twitter user wrote: “What a lovely sight to behold. Mother has created a throne for her little prince! 🤩.”

Another person wrote, “On a lighter note 🤣🤣it could also be possible this mother had gone to buy the chair with her daughter. And she might have thought this is the best idea to transport after purchase.”

People often modify vehicles so that they better serve their purpose. In July this year, a group of students from the Rajarambapu Institute of Technology in Maharashtra’s Sangli district created a portable tyre that can be added to any bullock cart to reduce the weight that the animals carry.

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First published on: 27-09-2022 at 08:21:39 pm
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