After a good spell of chilly winters, the sun is out and the weather has started getting warmer day by day. This year the temperatures fluctuated like never before and it looks like winter is receding as the day temperatures start rising. And it is very tiring to go out somewhere when it is too sunny. After very cold winters, immediate hot weather can also affect one's health. To beat the heat, a rickshaw driver in Pune has come up with a unique and definitely cooling idea. He has decorated his entire rickshaw with grass and flowers. A resident of Ravivar Peth in Pune, Ibrahim Tamboli has decorated his entire rickshaw in grass, flowers and animal posters. Kerala Man Makes Cute Mini Auto Rickshaw for His Kids to Play; Social Media Praises His Skill (Watch Video).
At first look, it might look like a mobile garden, but it is a carefully crafted and decorated rickshaw. Ibrahim has been riding a rickshaw since years but he decided to make it a comfortable ride for his commuters just a few months ago. He wanted to make his commuters feel a little cooler despite the hot weather outside. And instead of opting for any cooling devices, he decided to give his rickshaw an altogether different look. He also wants to give out a message of environment protection and people are loving his idea. Delhi Auto Rickshaw Driver Dies While Saving Mother-Son Duo Who Attempted Suicide.
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He has put the fake grass beds in his entire rickshaw from the top to the seats and also his handles. To make it more attractive he has added in the flowers. If that wasn't enough, he also has pasted posters of some animals inside. Talking about his rickshaw he said, "I always wanted to provide good service to my commuters. Since it is getting hotter day by day, I was thinking of ways that would make the travel comfortable. I thought of this idea and started working upon it. People are loving the concept and always appreciate me for it. That is my biggest satisfaction," he was quoted to a newspaper. It is indeed a unique concept which has also helped him to get more commuters opting to travel with him. So it's a clear win-win!