Tuesday, June 2

Tag: World Women’s Day

Women Motorcycle Diaries: Priyanka Telang on her love for motorcycles, travel, photography and blogging
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Women Motorcycle Diaries: Priyanka Telang on her love for motorcycles, travel, photography and blogging

Priyanka is a techie by profession and biker by heart. She loves travelling and exploring places, photography and blogging. Priyanka is also a member of 'Your Shot, National Geographic's photo community' and founder of a blog - manyjourneysmanystories.com technwheelz: How Long have you been riding motorcycles? Priyanka: I started when I was in 9th Grade, so its almost 19 years now. technwheelz: Any specific Reason you ride for? Priyanka: I just feel free on a bike, its the taste of freedom which I adore, I love driving too. Since I am a hard core traveler any mode of transport which can take me some where, I want to learn that. Riding is great, because you can feel the change in weather, the harsh terrain, without being locked in AC, it makes you experience the real, ...
RiderGirl Vishakha rides solo with ‘Save River Save Nation’ message
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RiderGirl Vishakha rides solo with ‘Save River Save Nation’ message

Vishakha Fulsunge a.k.a RiderGirl Vishakha is doing her solo ride right now and we have reasons to be proud of!! India’s First female Motovlogger, Vishakha, is riding her KTM Duke 390 - Kashish along the Narmada river to spread the message of 'Save River Save Nation' from 28th Feb 2020 to 8th March 2020. We have often seen Bollywood celebrities, politicians who have extended their support to save rivers campaign, urging fans and followers to help save the country's rivers. This is for the first time ever we are seeing something like this from a female rider !! Vishakha's aim is to to raise awareness about the ever-increasing pollution in Narmada river and to encourage more people to do the same Parikrama as her. Vishakha started off her ride from Mumbai on 28th Feb 2020 an...
A tribute to every Woman born on Earth
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A tribute to every Woman born on Earth

"Frailty thy name is woman" William Shakespeare in Hamlet In the bygone era, woman were named the weaker section of society. They were labelled as delicate, breakable, not strong etc. Women were considered more as a mannequin to dress up and show around at parties in the west, whereas in the poorer countries they were the chosen ones for taking care of the house, family and children only. They were not allowed to go out of their homes without the permission of their father or husband. (more…)