The Travelling Bikerhood
While Kaka is clocking 275 kms today to reach Hyderabad from Vijaywada, a courier from Pune is travelling approximately 560 kms to reach Hyderabad during B.O.Y. 2.0’s stay in the city.
Bharat Organ Yatra (B.O.Y.) 2.0 is a solid triangle with ReBirth, Mahajan Kaka, and Mileage Munchers delivering at each tip. B.O.Y. 2.0’s success is totally dependent on the smooth coordination between the three.
After gathering better understanding of the hiccups that came in way of B.O.Y. 1.0, ReBirth and Mileage Munchers sat down together with their thinking tanks. The outcome was a revised working model for B.O.Y. 2.0!
Mileage Munchers have tapped their pan-India sources of large-hearted bikers and involved them for B.O.Y. 2.0’s journey. Bikers have stepped up to the mantle and performed exceedingly well! They have been fantastic hosts to Kaka and B.O.Y. 2.0 in their individual capacity, without expecting any returns!
ReBirth believes that a selfless act must always be appreciated and highlighted! And what the bikers are doing for Kaka, B.O.Y. 2.0 and ReBirth (yes, in that order; you must ask Kaka how well they take care of him!) is unparallel.
A time where people in some pockets are dividing the world, B.O.Y. 2.0 is meeting examples that are a true representation of humanity! As a token of gratitude, ReBirth decided to speak the biker community’s language.
When Kaka is set to leave a city, he presents a small parting gift to the biker host. The gift consists of a ReBirth badge and a Mileage Munchers badge, stickers of ReBirth and Mileage Munchers, a keychain with ReBirth and Mileage Munchers logos, and a certificate of appreciation.
For a biker, receiving or giving a badge is the ultimate proof of acceptance in their circle. And by presenting our badges, we want the bikers to know that we are proud to have such genuine souls in our circle!
The courier that reached Kaka in Hyderabad today holds these precious emotions that he will hand over to the host tomorrow while leaving.
In the morning, Kaka needed to cross the Krishna river on his way. The same bridge also led to a Shiva temple on a hill. Ardent devotees were thronging towards the temple for the pious occasion of Mahashivaratri today. When queried if he were fasting, he replies matter-of-factly, “Service to mankind is service to God!”
He discloses his plan of landing up at the doors of the Patrakar Bhavan in Hyderabad tomorrow if no events materialise… The awareness of organ donation must spread!
With the sound of hope in his voice, he disconnects the call and enjoys his dinner.
Vijaywada to Hyderabad | 275 kms
– Juhi Kothari/Shetty