Some people in my group were working on people, society and culture while some were working on seller, customers, passerby and neighbours. We collectively compared the different Chole Kulche sellers in the area so that we could get to know the other technologies used by the Chole Kulche sellers and improve our chosen wagon. When we went to the other chole kulche seller in the Naraina market we didn’t see much crowd there. The wagon was placed in the corner on a street and there was a big generator beside it which made the place noisy and harmful because of the fumes that the generator emitted. The wagon owner was hesitant to answer our questions and we were not allowed to take the pictures of it. The owner said he was the relative of the wagon owner which we had chosen and he told us about the other wagon in Naraina which was owned by his eldest brother. The wagon owned by the eldest brother was placed outside a colony under a tree. The wagon looked more organised and hygienic. The workers were wearing gloves and served chole kulche in better and stronger containers. The spoons used were better than the other two wagons but the taste was same. But the price of the Chole Kulche was more in this wagon. The customers were also different. The owner didn’t want to give any interview as many other people from the college had taken his interview. Finally, we returned to the chosen wagon and we had a clear view on what all we had to improve and work on.