Hats off! It really feels great. The story is inspiring to other women in India. It tells when going gets tough, the tough gets going. Almost at the same period i.e on 20th July we got stranded in Gagangir enroute to Leh from Srinagar and share the feelings of these great women. I am also a veteran trekker and also drive long stretches. keep it up
In todays environment traelling from Kashmis to Kanyakumari is not a tough job, that too traveling a a ford eco sports. The only requirement is the money/cash in hand to travell otherwise every thing is possible. I too travel led from Raipur(C.G.) via Nagpur,Hydrabad, Banglore Mysore, Cochin Kerala in Three days in a Yama Crux. in the year 2013 But I does't make any news.
Dear Madams, PRANAMS,Great show and daring adventurious journey. You are example for other ladies to take up adverterous journeys. Who says India is not a safe place for Womens. May your tribe increase. You have forgotten the famous BISI BELE BATH of Bangalore. Better luck next time.
Re: Hats off to the trio women of PARNEET, SUNITHA & NEETHA.
by Sukesh Adhikary on Nov 24, 2015 01:45 PM
India is really not safe ladies. All ladies who has car are almost safe in India. Now question is "how many ladies has car in India"