new Delhi. Wedding season is on. The bride and groom make every effort to make this moment memorable. If someone does a theme based wedding, then someone reaches with a chariot and someone rides on a bullet and reaches to pick up the bride. Now helicopters are also being used in many weddings. However, for this a hefty rent has to be paid.
A man from Bihar has made such a helicopter, whose fare is slightly less. The special thing is that he has given the shape of a helicopter to Tata’s Lakhtakia car Nano. It is being used a lot in weddings. Its picture is becoming quite viral on social media, in which it has wings in its back. However, it cannot fly like a normal helicopter.
A feat done using sensors, 19 bookings so far
The person who converted Nano into a helicopter is a resident of Bagaha in Bihar. His name is Guddu Sharma. He has made Nano car a helicopter by spending 2 lakh rupees. Guddu has made this change using the sensor. The special thing is that people are booking it for weddings. So far 19 people have booked it. Its fare is Rs 15,000. Guddu says that more than 1.5 lakh rupees are needed to make such a helicopter, while giving it a hi-tech look will cost more than two lakh rupees. Right now he is working on it.
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This is how the idea of making a helicopter came
Guddu says that there is a lot of enthusiasm among people about booking helicopters during the wedding. Its demand is also very high. In such a situation, many people want that they go to their wedding by helicopter, but due to the high fare, it is not possible for everyone. That’s why I have modified my Tata Nano car and given the design of the helicopter so that people can fulfill their hobbies even at less cost.
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Invention living example of self-reliant India
Sharma added a main rotor, tail boom and tail rotor using metal sheets to give the Tata Nano a helicopter look. He is currently working on getting the Nano ready to be rented out for weddings to give it a more attractive look. He says that in the era of Digital India, this invention of his is an example of self-reliant India.
Even before Guddu someone else has done amazing
Before Guddu, Mithilesh, a resident of Chhapra district of Bihar, has also made Tata Nano a helicopter. He had prepared it in seven months. He just modified it. He spent 7 lakh rupees to make it.
Tags: auto, helicopter, Tata Motors
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