On the microblogging site, Mahindra posted a cartoon of two women talking on an ordinary rope with drying laundry suspended above it at both ends in the yard.
“He dries clothes using the latest technology – a combination of solar and wind energy,” the woman told another. “Sometimes the ‘latest’ tech just goes back to basics,” Mahindra captioned the snap.
Sometimes the “latest” technologies just go back to basics… https://t.co/q8HceJDcC4
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1657874999000
The cartoon immediately resonated with Twitter users. Many of them filled the comments section with interesting stories.
“Yes, it should be… the best technology that makes the world a better place to live and also takes care of the environment,” wrote the user.
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“And it’s much more sustainable, a keyword that has always been there even if we didn’t realize it, but it matters the most now due to development,” wrote another user.
Recently, the chairman of the Mahindra Group donated a new home to 85-year-old K. Kamaltal from Coimbatore, affectionately known as “Idli Patti” or “Granny Idli”.
The Mahindra group handed over a 300-square-foot, one-bedroom, living-and-dining area in Vadivelampalayam on the outskirts of Coimbatore on Mother’s Day to an octogenarian.
Idley Patti was selling idlis for 25 paise apiece when she started it and raised it at 50 paise to sell for 1 re apiece.