Jal Se Jai Tak: A young fellow who lost an arm in a mishap goes full circle of 83 km in 6 and a half hours
On the event of Top state leader Narendra Modi’s birthday, a cycle excursion of 82.79 kilometers from Dharoi Dam to Ambaji was coordinated on the subject Jal Se Jai Tak. Around 300 cyclists and 75 bikers including Mehsana Area Extra Authority joined. 15 cyclists were supported with prizes through fortunate draw at Ambaji. The travel industry Division Secretary Harit Shukla, film entertainer and maker Milind Soman, Rajya Sabha MP Jugalji Thakor, The travel industry Division MD Alok Pandey, Region Improvement Official Dr. Om Prakash, Mukesh Chaudhary of Indian Cycle Affiliation, Bhavi Gandhi were available on this event.
Jainish from Vadodara finished the ride without any help in 6 and a half hours
28-year-old Jainish Sarang of Vadodara, who finished the ride with one hand, said that he lost one of his hands in a mishap in 2009. This was my most memorable long ride. At first I was contemplating whether I will actually want to finish this ride. There was some trouble in regards to the bumpy region, however because of the powerful urge to see Ambaji Mataji, the ride could be finished. It required 6 and a half hours to finish the ride. I’m doing confirmation in swimming. Up until this point I have won 15 public awards in swimming.
It was the most thrilling experience of my life amidst nature
At 42 years old, the Extra Authority of Mehsana, Indrajit Singh Vala, who has been cycling for just a half year, said, “I have been cycling throughout the previous a half year with the motivation of Region Gatherer Udit Agarwal since my arrangement in Mehsana. I for the most part cycle 42 kilometers with him consistently. In any case, considering this ride, can I do this or not? It was that way. The grand journey between Dharoi to Ambaji and the group of Indian Cycle Club has been a superb and exciting experience of my life.