JUGAAD: Best examples of India’s Jugaad, used to solve general life problems?
Jugaad – a creative idea, a quick, alternative way of solving or fixing problems.
Unlike the auto rickshaw, the cycle rickshaw is driven with human power and is free from pollution. However, it can be very strenuous for the driver, especially on uneven roads and inclement weather. Keeping both the environmental impact and the health of cycle rickshaw drivers in mind, the Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute in Durgapur, West Bengal has come up with the Soleckshaw, a solar powered motor-assisted cycle rickshaw.
Coffee with pressure from Cooker
Using a fork instead of belt buckle
Flush broken? No problem. we are Indian 😛
Using a bicycle bell in place of a horn.
Using an AC for cooling bottles 😀
James Watt invented steam engine to draw water out of coal mines. We use a bike engine instead.
Even a road roller can be built through Jugaad.
Turing an Indian style toilet into a Western style toilet.
Using a cooler and trousers to cool two rooms simultaneously
News paper/used pages from the notebooks rolled up as cones/plates and cardboard pieces/banana tree leaves as spoon.