Ride For Sewa
When we count the most thankless jobs in the world, a soldier would easily make it to the top three in the list. Being a soldier takes more than courage as they are the ones who sacrifice themselves for the greater cause, they make our lives easier without getting the credit they deserve.
SEWA international, after the tremendous success of its previous version of ‘Ride for SEWA’, is all set to organise it yet again this year. The route this time would be from Delhi to Mana pass, the journey would span through 6 days, i.e., 12th to 17th of August. The spirit of the event is the same, to honour our brothers at the border, only this time with the added touch of Raksha Bandhan. Our riders would get the opportunity to visit our various training centres (PMKK), learn about the work we are doing in partnership with the locals and the government in the development sector. All in all we have put our heart and soul into designing an event which is both informative and insightful for our riders.
12 AUGUST: DELHI – CHAMBA (APPROX 330 KMS)
15 AUGUST: BADRINATH – MANA PASS – KARCHHON (APPROX 140 KMS / 5-6 HRS)
13 AUGUST: CHAMBA – MANDAL (APPROX 220 KMS / 8 HRS)
16 AUGUST: KARCHHON – DEVPRAYAG (APPROX 200 KMS / 7 HRS)
14 AUGUST: MANDAL – BADRINATH (APPROX 150 KMS / 5 HRS)
17 AUGUST: DEVPRYAG – DELHI (APPROX 300 KMS / 8 HRS)
A Glimpses of 2018
13th August' 2018
From Delhi to Gauchar and Karanprayag after being encountered with little hiccups on the way.Landslide and light showers delayed the journey.
14th August' 2018
The entire team was flagged off by soldiers from ITBP camp, Gauchar. On the way, activities like tree plantation and cleanliness drives.
15th August' 2018
Riders moved towards Gamshali village, where they met with soldiers and presented letter written by the Union Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh.