Inflation continues to rise over time. Currently, the prices of essentials are skyrocketing. In this order, some photos of old bills which are going viral on social media are making the netizens speechless.
Inflation continues to rise over time. Currently, the prices of essentials are skyrocketing. In this order, some photos of old bills which are going viral on social media are making the netizens speechless. However, many say that the earnings have also increased with time. Meanwhile, photos of old bills have been going viral on social media for the past few days. Sometimes the bill for eating a full meal in a restaurant was Rs.26, and other times the bill for buying a ‘Royal Infield’ Bullet 350 cc bike for Rs.19,000 is being shared. People are shocked to see the monthly electricity bill of Rs.5 and the bills of buying a bicycle for Rs.18. All these are bills that are a few decades old. Now a 1963 petrol pump receipt is going viral on social media. The price of five liters of petrol is written in it. However.. Many people see this and say “Whammo”. Because.. in today’s price of 1 liter of oil.. it is said that back then you can buy more than 100 liters of petrol..
Bharat Petrol Supply Co receipt is going viral on social media. It is dated 2 February 1963. After filling the vehicle with fuel, the petrol pump gave the bill. In this, the price of five liters of petrol is only Rs.3 rupees 60 paise. According to this, the price of a liter of petrol is only 72 paisa. This photo has been shared on various social media platforms including Twitter since 2015.
Petrol price photo..
Bullet cart.. Price..
Bill’s photo of the motorcycle was shared on Instagram page royalenfield_4567k on December 13. In which the bill states that he bought a bike named Royal Infield 350cc on January 23, 1986. According to the bill, the on-road price of a 350 cc Bullet motorcycle at that time was Rs. 18,800. After deduction Rs. 18,700 sold.
Price of bicycle
Facebook user Sanjay Khare shared the picture of the cycle bill on November 27. Once ‘bicycle’ was our grandfather’s dream.. Like a bicycle wheel, see how much time has turned.. A user from Kolkata said that the price of a bicycle under 88 years is only Rs.18.
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