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Young couple of Pathsala embarks on unique journey!

By ANN SERVICE

PATACHARKUCHI, Dec 7 - In order to promote Assam as a tourist destination, a young couple of Pathsala in Barpeta district, namely Rakesh Choudhury and Nitumani Talukdar have embarked on an unique adventure. They will travel on a bike across 13 States starting from Assam to Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bangel, and 3 Union Territories . The couple will cover a total of 8500 kilometres in their journey.

The couple informed that the main motive of the journey is to make people of India aware about the beauty of Assam.

They will co-ordinate with the local riding clubs of the States, who will arrange for their lodging.

Before Ananda Khataniar, the Brand Ambassador Forest and Environment department flagged off the ride on December 5 in presence of Luit Riders, Bajali cycling community, members of All Assam Students� Union along with locals of the area, the couple was felicitated by various organizations at Pathsala in front of Hari Mandir.

On the occasion, Rakesh Choudhury said, �It will be a sincere effort on our part to make people aware of the scenic beauty of Assam with its numerous wildlife sanctuaries, national parks etc. It is pity that despite being endowed with such natural beauty, the tourist inflow into the State is not up to the mark. We will interact with students of schools and colleges and also meet members of riding clubs and tell them about our rich culture, food habits, historic places and the natural beauty of the State.�

�It is a heart-warming gesture on the part of the couple for promoting the aesthetic beauty of Assam to attract domestic tourists,� said Brand Ambassador of Forest and Environment, Ananda Khataniar after kicking off the adventure.

�It is a proud moment for the greater Assamese society, specially at a time when the Assam government has spend crores of rupees for promoting tourism. Such a daring adventure by a couple from the State must be encouraged by the government,� said Samudra Patgiri, general secretary, All Assam Students� Union (AASU), Barpeta district unit.

The locals also praised the unique effort by the couple.

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Young couple of Pathsala embarks on unique journey!

PATACHARKUCHI, Dec 7 - In order to promote Assam as a tourist destination, a young couple of Pathsala in Barpeta district, namely Rakesh Choudhury and Nitumani Talukdar have embarked on an unique adventure. They will travel on a bike across 13 States starting from Assam to Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bangel, and 3 Union Territories . The couple will cover a total of 8500 kilometres in their journey.

The couple informed that the main motive of the journey is to make people of India aware about the beauty of Assam.

They will co-ordinate with the local riding clubs of the States, who will arrange for their lodging.

Before Ananda Khataniar, the Brand Ambassador Forest and Environment department flagged off the ride on December 5 in presence of Luit Riders, Bajali cycling community, members of All Assam Students� Union along with locals of the area, the couple was felicitated by various organizations at Pathsala in front of Hari Mandir.

On the occasion, Rakesh Choudhury said, �It will be a sincere effort on our part to make people aware of the scenic beauty of Assam with its numerous wildlife sanctuaries, national parks etc. It is pity that despite being endowed with such natural beauty, the tourist inflow into the State is not up to the mark. We will interact with students of schools and colleges and also meet members of riding clubs and tell them about our rich culture, food habits, historic places and the natural beauty of the State.�

�It is a heart-warming gesture on the part of the couple for promoting the aesthetic beauty of Assam to attract domestic tourists,� said Brand Ambassador of Forest and Environment, Ananda Khataniar after kicking off the adventure.

�It is a proud moment for the greater Assamese society, specially at a time when the Assam government has spend crores of rupees for promoting tourism. Such a daring adventure by a couple from the State must be encouraged by the government,� said Samudra Patgiri, general secretary, All Assam Students� Union (AASU), Barpeta district unit.

The locals also praised the unique effort by the couple.