Desi jugaad can sometimes amaze you. Netizens are often left awestruck with some indigenous engineering and techniques of desi people.
Lately, a video of Bareilly man giving voice instructions to his bike Tarzan has been doing the rounds on social media.
Mohammed Sayeed, a ''self-trained electrician, stunt man, salesman, and an excellent crowd puller,'' as per YouTube description, has invented a bike that plays music and dispenses coins and that too on voice commands. Yes, Tarzan is equipped with mini ATM and music system.
The music plays and stops as per air gesture commands.
The video went viral on social media as soon as it was shared by a user named Honey Saxena on YouTube.
In the video, Sayeed can be seen demonstrating how his red-coloured Tarzan operates on voice commands. He can be seen showing to onlookers how his bike plays music, takes off from stand, parks and even dispenses five-rupee coin on voice command.
The YouTube video has garnered over 34,000 views. Social media users are showering praises on the old man for his invention. Also, they can be seen asking him to get a patent for his unique idea.
However, some also think it is fake.
''This looks fake, how is voice recognition working that well. Moreover, there are lot my subtlety which are not explained like how gestures are being captured. Gosh looks fake, but I would love to proven wrong,'' commented another user.