The Crazy Ride By This Amazing Motorcycle Rider Across India, Myanmar and Bhutan
India, Bhutan and Myanmar tour on Bajaj Pulsar 220cc
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Below are the words of S Ali Mehndi Zander who has traveled the whole of India on his Bajaj Pulsar.
I believe that life in an adventure and the only way to be happy is to ‘Live the life you Love & Love the life you Live”.
With this in my mind and my hunger for adventure, I set out from Aligarh on 27th March 2016 and rode for (130) days to the 29 states of my Country, Bhutan & Tamu (Myanmar) and completed a total of 29115 kms.
I had no aims or final goals, just one crazy motorcyclist and the long vast roads. I simply wanted to travel and explore my country, experience it’s vast and various cultures, food, it’s people and places.
The journey was sure a fulfilling experience for me. From riding on dangerous roads, to the hot desert roads, to the cool rainy Western Ghats, the beautiful beaches down south, to the hot dry cities, to the beautiful northeastern states, to riding in the middle of nowhere, experiencing all weather types and terrains and getting lost in the mountains, explored roads less taken and saw some breathtaking views, I got a feel of my country and its amazing regions and weather types. Being a history lover I also got to visit and see some amazing monuments with their ancient intricate architecture.
Not only did I ride during these 4 months, but also trekked in the northeast, rode to Siachen Base Camp and spent time with our Indian army, sat by the sea in Goa and saw the beautiful sunset, watched the sunrise in Tawang Arunachal (the place of the rising sun) and many more amazing places.
Not forgetting the lips making food, I tried and ate in these 4 months. From sweets to local brews, the awesome Lucknowi biryani’s, to authentic North Eastern delicacies and Goan seafood.
I also met and spent time with amazingly helpful, interesting, extremely generous and loving people along this journey. Made many new friends and connected with my old ones. Shared million happy memories, stories and smiles and received lots of blessings and love.
One of my most precious memories and first time experiences was celebrating my Eid and eating my Eid lunch at the Langar, at world largest kitchen at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab.
Aligarh – Delhi – Pushkar – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Udaipur – Rann of Kutch – Ahmedabad – Vadodara – Vapi – Daman – Mumbai – Diveagar -Ganpatipule – Ratnagiri – Goa – Jog Falls – Udupi – Mangalore – Coorg – Wayanad – Ooty – Connor – Munnar – Kolukkumalai – Kochi – Ernakulam – Athirapally – Alappuzha backwaters – Kovalam – Kanyakumari -Rameshwaram – Dhanushkodi – Pondicherry – Bangalore Hampi – Hyderabad – Vizag – Puri – Kolkata – Siliguri Darjeeling – Mangan -Thangu – Gurudongmar Lake – Chungthang – Gangtok – Nathula – Zuluk Loops – Malbazar – Jaigaon – Bhutan – Chukka – Paro -Thimphu – Punakha – Gelephu – Guwahati – Bomdila – Tawang – Bomla – Itanagar -Ziro – Maujali Island – Kohima – Dzukou Valley – Imphal – Moreh – Myanmar – Tamu – Moreing Loktak Lake – Dimapur – Jatinga -Karimganj – Agartala Khowai – Unakoti – Silchar – Aizwal – Dawki Lake -Shillong – Siliguri – Muzaffarpur – Bodhgaya – Ranchi – Jaspur – Varanasi – Allahabad – Rae Bareli – Lucknow – Gwalior – Agra – Dehradun – Panchkula – Barog – Amritsar – Dalhousie – Killad -Gulabgarh – Jispa – Leh – Turtuk – Siachen Base Camp – Khalsar – Shyok – Pangong – Leh – Kargi – Rangdum – Padum – Sonmarg – Srinagar – Pathankot – Jalandhar – Manali – Vashist – Chandigarh – Delhi Aligarh.
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