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Thesis Final Report (long)

Observation 2 shop sunglasses wala buyer is buying

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OBSERVATION 2 Shop: Sunglasses Wala Buyer is buying sunglasses for his two children who are crying for the glasses. B (to his son): which one do you want? Son points out while crying. B: I will not bring you again. B to S: bhai show me those glasses? How much are they for? 155
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S: Rs 50 (the buyer tries the glasses on his son ) B to daughter: do you want it too? Daughter: if Ali is taking them then I also want them. B: OK which one? The daughter points towards the glasses. Both the children are now wearing the glasses. B to S: bhai I will give Rs 35 for 1 piece so total Rs 70 for both the glasses. S: Sir give Rs 80 for both. B: no bhai RS 35 each is final. Buyer gives Rs 100 to seller and asks for Rs30 change. Seller says ok and returns Rs30 to the buyer. Observation: Successful bargain took place. The buyer took two sun glasses whose total cost was Rs. 100 and he gave Rs 70. This transaction was over with in 2 minutes. Men takes less time then women to complete a transaction. OBSERVATION 3 Shop : DVD shop B: khan how much is this DVD for? S: Look at the board, Rs 50 per DVD. B: I will buy two, give it for Rs 40 S: fixed price no bargain. B: ok then just give this one. Observation: There are also shops in Sunday bazaar who have written their prices on board which are fixed. They don’t bargain at all. 156
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OBSERVATION 4 Shop: Rug Shop Lady comes and sees a rug which is on display Seller: come come baji what do you want? B: how much is this rug for? S: baji just look at the variety, come inside and look at these Shop keeper shows her more B: what’s the price of that rug on display? S: Rs 1250 baji B: what has happened to you? So expensive? S: Ok, how much do you want it for? I will reduce the price for you. B: How much will you reduce, its way too expensive S: Ok I will give it for Rs. 1100 B: No no still very expensive S: Ok Rs 1000, now take it. This is special price only for you . Buyer starts walking out S: Wait baji how much are you willing to pay? B: Rs 500 S: Go away baji, that’s impossible it doesn’t work this way. The buyer walks out Observation: The seller was bargaining and reducing the price but the buyer wasn’t interested in buying that rug so she quoted such a less price that the buyer refused to sell. The seller quoted a high price 157
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but he was willing to reduce the price, but Rs 500 was too low for him so the sale didn’t take place. OBSERVATION 5 Shop: Used Bags shop Lady buyer comes with her daughter B: Please show me this bag Lady buyer to daughter: I think this bag would be perfect for your father. B to S: how much is this bag for? S: first see baji, this is imported, excellent quality and it has many pockets and huge space. B: Is this used? S:It is as good as new, just have a look at it. B: Ok open it. Seller opens the bag but the buyer sees that it is torn from inside.
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