The push toward digitizing India and driving Indians towards a cashless economy has been the aim of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. To achieve that aim, a lot of reforms have been in place including the popularisation of apps that have UPI. Since then, the UPI based apps have reached almost every mobile phone app, from mobile wallets applications to messaging apps. And now, an online bus booking platform, Traveryaari has decided to have this feature. Travelyaari now has the Unified Payments Interface or UPI with the HDFC Bank, UPI-based digital wallet PhonePe, ePayLater, and Bank Reward Points from Max Get More. The Founder and CEO of Travelyaari, Aurvind Lama has shared his vision behind the integration. Lama said that with the means of a new payment option, the company wants to reward the frequent users of the platform. Lama believes that by delivering a better value to the users they can give them \u2018everyday best prices'. There have been serious measures taken by Travelyaari to have a safe and secure integration of these payment methods. Lama claims that by the addition of these methods, its the customer who will feel safe while making transactions as it will be as hassle-free as possible. Travelyaari has teamed up with more than 20 of the most popular banks in India. The company believes that such an integration with a large number of banks it will help customers an easy access to the loyalty reward points and how they spend it. The customers will be able to get the points that were accumulated transactions made via there credit\/debit cards or even net banking. Travelyaari CEO highlighted that customers using PhonePe can make payments securely from their banks and get refunds and cashbacks instantly on booking from their platform with PhonePe. With ePayLater Lama highlighted that the customers can now get their bus tickets booked and can pay later within next two weeks.