It was a Saturday when it rained. The thoughts came to me like raindrops – a welcome change from the harsh heat of the summer wind. The rains are a much-needed change from the dust and dirt that permeates the air. The evening summer breeze isn’t good enough. The summer, at times, can get maddening.
The three necessities of life are food, clothing and shelter. We now have a fourth necessity to accompany them – the Internet! The Internet has placed itself in a dominant position as a fundamental right to express, order, assimilate, disseminate, transmit, influence and even connect.
India stepped into the Mall culture two decades ago. Since then it has become a suitable hang-out and a one-stop place for people and consumers to buy stuff. With the proliferating Malls, buying almost everything under one roof is not just convenient but fun too!
The online shopping has drastically changed how people shop. For shopaholics, it may be a boon as all you have to do is surf online, add it to the cart and check out. Compared to offline shopping, you lack the distinct advantage of trying out your outfit, solve whatever queries you have with an executive or even check out things.