“India is going digital, But still at many places tickets and receipts are given as it stands as a legal proof & many times also required for various taxation purpose by the commuter / visitor. This article is for those staying outside Mumbai and wondering about how a typical bus ticket, local train ticket, toll plaza receipt, cinema theatre ticket, Petrol / Fuel / Gas Station receipt, Grocery store receipt and many other looks like.
For those staying in Mumbai city, this post will not be so appealing, But for those who are not from city will sure like to have a glance on such varieties of tickets and receipts seen at various places..”
Railway Local Train Ticket
This ticket has description like from where it was taken, ticket counter or a machine generated. For example, the local train travel ticket as in this picture is from a ATVM machine which has details like Journey cost, Single / Return, Travel Source to Destination, Distance in KM, Helpline Number and some more details.
On backside of this ticket, Some important details related to travel terms and condition has been mentioned along with details of luggage allowed (Kilogram) in local train 1st class and 2nd class compartment for journey & season tickets.
Below is how UTS Mobile Ticketing App looks.
BEST Bus Tickets
Information on this ticket is written in Marathi which is the official Maharashtra state language. Details mentioned on this ticket are the Serial No., Bus destination, Date and Time it was taken, journey fare and Source and Destination.
See Also : Best Bus Ticket System.
This movie theatre ticket is Non-Digital and available on major ticketing window at various cinema theatres of Mumbai. This one is from a famous movie theatre in Mumbai central called ‘Maratha Mandir’ which has details like Serial No., Theatre Name, Stamped Date, Upper stall or Balcony seating details, Show timings, Seat Number and movie ticket rates.
See also : Current Movies in Mumbai.
Toll Plaza Tickets
Mumbai has 5 major entry and exit points which still has toll plazas operating. Their is no automatic toll deducting system and recently after demonetization of few of the currency notes in India, Digital India movement got the wave and so this toll nakas started accepting digital money transfer and issuing toll tickets.
But considering huge traffic and crowded toll lanes due to non-automation major payments are done in cash and not digitally. The ticket as seen in the picture is given to a vehicle owner by MSRDC toll authority, which has journey details like date, ticket amount, toll lane number, transaction number and few more..
Bank ATM Receipts
If you wonder how those Bank ATM receipts looks, here is the photo of same which has bank details of respective customers. Critical information like card number is never printer in full, Usually banks issue Chip cards which is mentioned, Card Expiry date, transaction amount and many other information which is required by bank authorities and systems about the transaction done inside ATM.
Petrol / Fuel / Gas Refilling Receipt
Every petrol station issue payment receipt when demanded. This receipt has details about the petrol station name and address, fuelling date, total fuel inserted, amount charged and taxation details if any. Few petrol station also issue manual receipts in Mumbai.
Typical Grocery Store Receipt / Bill
There are many grocery stores here in Mumbai, Among them few leading brands are DMart, Big Bazaar, Sahakari Bhandar etc. Below is a sample of one of such Grocery receipts. Bills such has detailed information about taxes and actual saving owing to various discounts and offers.
Matheran Toy Train Tickets
This ticket is of that special mini train (Toy Train) that runs between Aman Lodge and Matheran station. Its an Adult ticket costing Rs.40/-
Mathran Dasturi Car Parking Receipt
Any vehicle is allowed till Dasturi Car Parking area and not beyond to reach Matheran hill station. Car Parking charges for Dasturi naka is Rs.30 for 1 day.
Below is the receipt for same. They also charge one time Rs.50 extra as Matheran Municipal Charges for parking. Don’t know why two different charges.
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