Two Youth Start Bicycle Race To Make World Record

Mission Sambhav Save Environment Two Rotary Clubs of Bangalore reached Paonta during the cycle journey
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Paonta Sahib (Sirmaur). Rotary Club Bangalore’s two rotators are on a cycle tour to register their names in the Guinness Book of World Records. Mission Sambhav: Save Environment Yatra is being made aware about global warming, environmental protection and literacy. The cycle journey is to cover a distance of about 24 thousand km in 200 days from 29 states and three union territories.
On Saturday, when Dhanush and Hemanth reached Paonta, the guru’s city, they were welcomed by the local Rotary Club. Rotary Club’s Assistant Governor Himanshu Bhatia and Rotary Sakhi President Dr. Nina Sablok Dr. Pravesh Sablok said that two rotators Dhanush and Hemanth of Shishu Mandir Rotract Club Bangalore reached Paonta, the city of Guru on Saturday. His cycle journey has come out to make everyone aware of environmental protection, global warming, basic literacy.
Rotary Club and Rotary Sakhi honored both. Both cyclists Dhanush and Hemanth said that the yatra started on July 11. During the visit, educational institutions and schools are giving the message of global warming and literacy. A world record will be set in the Guinness Book if the goal of completing the journey is achieved.
Rotary Club Paonta expressed its gratitude for welcoming the possible mission to save the environment. Rotary Club Paonta Vice President Rakesh Rahal, Rotary Sakhi President Dr. Neena, Dr. Harleen Kaur, Narendra Sahota, Arun Sharma, Inderpal, Sonia Bhatia, Ananya Bhatia, Meenakshi Rahal, Yogita Goyal and Payal Dhiman were present on this occasion.

Paonta Sahib (Sirmaur). Rotary Club Bangalore’s two rotators are on a cycle tour to register their names in the Guinness Book of World Records. Mission Sambhav: Save Environment Yatra is being made aware about global warming, environmental protection and literacy. The cycle journey is to cover a distance of about 24 thousand km in 200 days from 29 states and three union territories.

On Saturday, when Dhanush and Hemanth reached Paonta, the guru’s city, they were welcomed by the local Rotary Club. Rotary Club’s Assistant Governor Himanshu Bhatia and Rotary Sakhi President Dr. Nina Sablok Dr. Pravesh Sablok said that two rotators Dhanush and Hemanth of Shishu Mandir Rotract Club Bangalore reached Paonta, the city of Guru on Saturday. His cycle journey has come out to make everyone aware of environmental protection, global warming, basic literacy.

Rotary Club and Rotary Sakhi honored both. Both cyclists Dhanush and Hemanth said that the yatra started on July 11. During the visit, educational institutions and schools are giving the message of global warming and literacy. A world record will be set in the Guinness Book if the goal of completing the journey is achieved.

Rotary Club Paonta expressed its gratitude for welcoming the possible mission to save the environment. Rotary Club Paonta Vice President Rakesh Rahal, Rotary Sakhi President Dr. Neena, Dr. Harleen Kaur, Narendra Sahota, Arun Sharma, Inderpal, Sonia Bhatia, Ananya Bhatia, Meenakshi Rahal, Yogita Goyal and Payal Dhiman were present on this occasion.