Internet users are split over Mahindra’s post on “latest tech” for drying clothes

Anand Mahindra, a business magnate, recently posted a photo of the “latest technology to dry clothes” on Twitter, which has left the Twitterati in splits and amused.

Mahindra shared a cartoon of two women speaking by a regular rope in a yard with clothes drying over it strung from both ends on the microblogging website.

“It dries the washing using the latest technology — a combination of solar and wind power,” a woman was seen telling another one.

“Sometimes, the ‘latest’ technology is just about going back to the basics…,” Image captioned by Mahindra.

Users of Twitter were immediately moved by the caricature. Many of them contributed relevant stories to the comments section.

“Yeah, it should be… the best technology, which make the world a better place to live along with taking care of the environment as well,” a user commented.

“And, it is much more sustainable, the keyword which was always there without we realising but the one which matters most now due to development,” another user commented.

An 85-year-old K. Kamalthal resident of Coimbatore known as “Idli Patti” or “Idli Grandmother” was recently given a brand-new home by the head of the Mahindra Group.

On Mother’s Day, the Mahindra Group gave the elderly woman a 300 square foot home with a living room, dining area, attached bedroom, and single bathroom in Vadivelampalayam, a neighbourhood outside of Coimbatore.

Idli Patti began selling idlis at 25 paise each before raising the price by 50 paise to sell them for Re 1 each.