After Working In McDonald’s For 3 Years, B.Com Graduate Opens His Own Food Stall On A Motorcycle

by Vinita Jain
After Working In McDonald’s For 3 Years, B.Com Graduate Opens His Own Food Stall On A Motorcycle

Somebody said it correctly, where there’s a will there’s a way. A B.Com graduate from Faridabad proves it. Avinash always wanted to open his own food stall. However, due to a lack of funds, he wasn’t able to. But as he got the idea to open a small food stall on his motorcycle, he didn’t waste a second and established his own idli-sambhar stall.

B.Com Graduate Successfully Establishes His Own South-Indian Stall

Young India is celebrated for its determination, and Avinash is one of the best examples of it. A food blogger @swagsedoctorofficial shared a video of Avinash selling fresh homely cooked idli-sambhar on a motorcycle. Avinash told in the video that he worked at McDonald’s for three years. And while working there, he always dreamt of opening his own food business. He also said that he completed his B.Com Honours in 2019.

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And because Avinash’s wife is from South India, she helps him in making scrumptious South Indian food. Avinash’s father gifted him a bike after his 12th and today that bike is only helping him to earn a living. Currently, Avinash is the sole bread earner in his family. He lives with his mother, wife, kid, and 2 younger siblings.

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Netizens Are Pouring Love For This Humble Guy

Since the video is shared over Instagram, people from all over India are pouring love and blessings on the B.Com graduate. The video has been viewed by more than 5 lakh people and got over 51.6K likes.

One person in the comments section wrote “Salute, inspiration for those who just asking job from the government, it is startup time.” Another stated, “So proud of him. When I visit Faridabad, I would love to have his idli-sambhar.”

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Where: Faridabad NH2 near sec. 37 main entrance

When: 10 am to 2 pm

Cost: ₹20 for 2 pieces of idli and sambhar.

Source: Hindustan Times

Cover image courtesy: @swagsedoctorofficial Instagram