A Mighty Milestone
It took 200 months to complete this feat! The delays and obstacles couldn’t stop the Bogibeel Bridge from being titled India’s longest combined rail and road bridge! With the lower deck built for trains, the upper deck welcomes Bharat Organ Yatra 2.0 with a wide empty road…
The Bogibeel Bridge connecting Dhemaji and Dibrugarh is approximately 5 kms long built across the mighty Brahmaputra river. Kaka makes a last pit-stop in the journey to take in the beautiful view.
Bulon has accompanied Kaka from Dhemaji. Also joining the party is Kirti Dhanuka from Dibrugarh.
ReBirth, working for the health sector, has taken a mighty decision to support the Indian government in the current light of COVID-19 crisis.
Bharat Organ Yatra 2.0 has covered 9000+ kms on its 60th day of the 132-day journey. It will be clocking the remaining ~8500 kms when the world resumes its health!
Kaka enjoys today’s 71 km ride wholeheartedly!
B.O.Y. 2.0’s back-end team has decided to park Kaka’s bike at Dibrugarh and fly Kaka back to Pune. Kirti has graciously agreed to host the bike until the ride recommences! The biker community has been a backbone support to B.O.Y. 2.0 and its smooth on-road performance.
The affection that B.O.Y. 2.0 has received proves that humanity exists in the majority but is lying dormant in a percent of people. It is through novel ideas that ReBirth will continue to work with to reach this percent population.
Just like when we witness some rebellious and/or careless people loitering on the road instead of staying put at their homes to combat COVID-19, we must warn them of the potential hazard they are turning into!
In times of this microscopic threat, we must be our vigilant best. Stay at home. Wash your hands. Be safe. Be aware. Be responsible!
The milestones you chart in your personal journey against COVID-19 will write a mighty story. All the best, from us at Bharat Organ Yatra, Mileage Munchers, and ReBirth!
Dhemaji to Dibrugarh | 71 kms
– Juhi Kothari / Shetty