MUMBAI, Sep 10 (The CONNECT) - Paytm, which has become a household name with Paytm Karo becoming a verb for digital payments, has found its way into a Ganesh Utsav pandal at Wardha in Maharashtra.
Following PM Modi’s slogan of ‘vocal for local’, a Ganesh pandal in Maharashtra has been made on the same theme. In a video tweeted by Ravi Sangatani, Paytm’s QR Code has been prominently displayed as a part of the pandal by Shri Shiv Ganesh Mandal. The pandal has been designed as a local kirana store with Ganeshji at the counter. Ganeshji and three mice, his vaahanas, have been dressed in khadi and only locally made products are displayed in the kirana store-themed pandal. Payments here are only accepted through the Made in India brand, Paytm.
The tweet that can be checked here has garnered 156,000 views and close to 500 views and retweets.
The adoption of Paytm’s QR-based payment solution continues to witness a meteoric rise, adding unparalleled convenience when it comes to transactions. While the company’s pioneering payment solution is already an inseparable part of life for millions of consumers and merchants, its unique use cases continue to break the internet.
Pioneer of India’s QR and mobile payments, Paytm has emerged as a champion of cashless transactions in India. This video shared on the microblogging site Twitter, is from Wardha, Maharashtra, reflecting the faith that people have displayed in Paytm is all across the country!