[Video] Moving Upstream with Siddharth Agarwal, the man who is walking 3,000 km along the Ganga

By Jubin Mehta|10th Dec 2016
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Siddharth Agarwal, Veditum
Siddharth Agarwal, Veditum

Siddharth Agarwal has been on many adventures. Cycling across India, long distance walks, he has been criss crossing India from a while. YourStory wrote about his adventures and the urgent search back in April when he was planning the 3,000 km walk along the Ganga. 'The search' is also the underlying reason and meaning behind the organization Siddharth started- Veditum. Four months after starting the walk along the Ganga, Siddharth is through 2,000 km and has taken a pit stop owing to a back injury. He resumed in February but in the meanwhile, we happened to move upstream with Siddharth for a bit in a village named Rakkar near Dharamshala. Here, in this video shot on the banks of Manuni stream, we speak about Siddharth's journey till now, the reason why he is doing and the larger idea behind Veditum:

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