Although some say that there is no presence of Modi wave in Tamil Nadu, the world’s first Modi themed cafe was started in Kovilpatti, Thoothukudi district in Tamil Nadu by two youths, Dhinesh Rodi and Sowmya Sarathy. They have been producing Tamil Nadu’s indigenous candy named “Namo Candy” since 2013 and even export the candies to many countries now. Now they have designed their cafe Rodi Resto, the showroom of Namo candy as world’s first Modi themed cafe and thus displaying their love towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The special attribute of this cafe is that it was designed with the names of Modi Government’s schemes in the last five years along with the images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Arrangements are also made to explain the common people about the way to avail the schemes of Narendra Modi government. The images of the cafe that they shared have received tremendous praises from social media users.
We wanted to make world’s best brand for our business. What else could be best other than @narendramodi. Hence Rodi Resto, World’s First Modi Themed Cafe at Kovilpatti, Tamilnadu.
— Sowmya Sarathy (@sowmyasarathy) February 7, 2019
“Modi government has done a lot of good things to Tamilnadu but still some oppose him because these people are not aware of the Government’s plans and schemes. We wanted to explain these to our customers. Apart from politics, we have been attracted to Modi for his love towards the nation and he had made every Indian proud in the global arena. The customers of our exports in many countries are also aware of PM Modi’s governance and schemes. Then, we realized that Modi is not only our Prime Minister but a very big brand in the global stage”, Dhinesh said.
“Prime Minister Modi wants to create more entrepreneurs than workers. He has taken numerous steps to promote domestic production. He is very supportive of female entrepreneurs and implemented many plans to encourage them. We will take his schemes to the new budding entrepreneurs.” says Dhinesh who’s also the Vice President of BJP’s Yuva Morcha of Thoothukudi District in Tamil Nadu.