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“Speak sir, do you want anything? Yes sir, bring it now. Gee sir, everything will be found. It is also unlimited. Lo sir, it is very nice. Taste it and see. Then say it.” – was being asked by the hotel staff keeping in mind the needs of the customers. Even the hotel owner himself was constantly taking care of the customers and staff. Where there was a need, he humbly asked for help. No ownership is seen anywhere. A pleasant memorable experience of a hotel touched the heart.
The entire staff here was cheering the customers on the price. The staff felt trained. Present the dish immediately. Respond politely to whatever you ask. Adequate care was taken to ensure that the customers did not feel any discomfort anywhere. It feels like Mosal is eating a delicious meal.
The business acumen of running a hotel was equally evident. The hotel management was neat and tidy. The emotional attitude of the hotel owner touched my heart. The entire hotel staff was seen working hard. Everyone was respected here. The work was done with a family spirit. And that’s why the work here was so bright. It is said that “first the heart wins, then the desert wins.” It seemed to make sense here.
There, the cashier of the hotel smiled and bowed and said, “How did you feel, sir? If you have any suggestions, please tell me. And if you come again, it will be a pleasure. Thank you sir!”
“Yesterday I came to see Krishnapuri Maharaj and took a trap (a vine). This time the side is very cramped.” – Dad said pointing to the bag full of tummy. Once the monsoon rains come, the demand for traps starts in the house as well. Repeatedly reminded, “Let’s take the snare.”
The tummy is a favorite in our home. When the monsoon comes, everyone tastes the snare. Its fists are very nice. The taste is such that we keep eating. Maybe you too have tasted this snare. During the monsoons, we often enjoy the taste of this fist. Even today, our family members come from outside the village to take this snare. The taste of this snare draws him to the farthest village.