Technology has taken a step forward in India during the COVID-19 pandemic, whether it be identifying a person infected with the coronavirus with the touch of a smartphone or using features such as video calling to connect with the outside world while you stay at home. In this time of crisis, technology has supported us every step of the way. An opportunity has been found in this disaster, a young man from Bananskatha, Gujarat, who built an ATM-like automatic ‘Pani Puri’ machine at home during the lockdown, this machine follows the rules from hygiene to social distancing. . In this machine you just need to put notes and then the golgappas will start to come out of the machine one by one, which you can enjoy without coming into contact with anyone else.

You will also see how this ATM like ‘Panipuri’ machine works-

The name of the young man who made the ‘Pani Puri’ machine is Bharat Prajapati who is 33 years old. You will be surprised that India is not a great engineer and diploma holder, but he is a school leaver and runs a mobile shop in Bananskatha. Prajapati says he didn’t create this golgappa machine by taking classes in a classroom, but by tinkering with electronics. He says it took him 6 months to make this machine. It’s also worth noting that Prajapati didn’t even use any special material to make this machine, but he made and prepared this machine using junk.

Prajapati told Gadgets 360, “We will install this machine both in-store and on the road. This machine runs on a 24V battery, it can run for about 6 hours on a single charge.”

Significantly, the video of this Golgappa machine has been going viral on social media in recent days, everyone seems to be applauding this jugaad.

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