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December 22, 2009

Bikers embark on a rally in Bangalore to protect heritage

     Bangalore: Sixteen enthusiastic bikers, all cadets of the National Cadet Corps, embarked on a bike rally in Bangalore on Tuesday to spread awareness about historical monuments and the need to protect heritage. During the rally the bikers will cover historical monuments of Karnataka and Goa, and a distance of 5,000 kilometers in 14 days. Vani Aggarwal, a biker participating in the expedition, said that the main aim of the expedition was to spread the message of the need to protect our heritage. “This expedition is mainly to protect our heritage so that the future generations can see our heritage,” Aggarwal said. Captain Ajay Pavithran, leader of the group, said that this is the third expedition that he has participating in for a noble cause. “First time I covered 2700 kilometers in all the five states of South India , the objective was sadbhavana (harmony), the second expedition was about women literacy and it was first expedition in the history of Karnataka where the girls were also involved,” Captain Pavithran said. The bikers will visit the cities of Belur, Udipi, Panaji, Badami and Hampi. The team will also strive to create awareness to about AIDS among the local people.
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