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A restaurant in Andhra Pradesh charges 5 paise for a thali that costs ₹420.

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The restaurant proprietor, Mohit, explained to ANI, “We were not prepared for such a large turnout yesterday, but the event was successful.” We were only anticipating 300 to 400 consumers, but within three days, our post went viral and became recognized worldwide. It is a rather unconventional method of advertising. As a result, we carried out the promotion using the offer of 5 paisa. We gave away free thalis to the first fifty clients who purchased five paise coins, and if they had more than one thousand consumers, we gave them a fifty percent discount on their thalis. It was a tremendous amount of success. You can eat as much as you like from this unlimited thali, which features 35 different dishes representing Gujarati, Rajasthani, and North Indian cuisines.”

Only one day was available to take advantage of the promotion.

According to Deepti, who is a co-owner of the restaurant Rajbhog, “The primary justification for the offer was that the thali that we serve over here is of Rajasthani, Gujarati, and North Indian origin, but since Vijaywada is home to a sizeable population of South Indians, we conceived of the idea to extend our customer base to include those from South India.” Therefore, yesterday we offered a discount of 5 paisa. We served the first fifty people at no cost, and after that, we supplied them at a discount of fifty percent of the normal price. Although the normal price of thali is 420, we could accommodate more than 1,000 people yesterday by offering it at a rate of 210. The primary idea behind this offer was that yesterday we had a convention in a room on the ground floor that goes by the moniker “Mandap.” As a result, we intended to stock Mandap with the aforementioned culinary offerings to demonstrate to patrons that our establishment provides this particular fare category.”

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