Biking from Delhi to Ladakh without both handsBanjara Ridersss
A plan to bike from Delhi to Ladakh. It’s a challenging task but not uncommon. What’s different this time? The rider.
Meet Shubhajit Bhattacharya, adventurous, confident young man, tall, pleasant, soft-spoken, unfailingly courteous, optimistic, extremely determined, and missing both hands.
Despite various monumental odds,I cleared 12th grade, Thanks to all scribers who helped me, completed a diploma in Computer Applications and started working. In July 2015, I decided to come to Bangalore, the city that took so much from him, in search of better prospects. I joined The Association of People with Disability and picked up a job as a graphic designer.
Now coming to my biking adventure, in 2017 with a help of a local automotive designer I built my first two-wheeler, I have also built a by-cycle in 2013. This has given me not just independence but increased by my self-confidence, I have also joined a group of experienced riders consisting about 10 members to improve my driving skills, We as group have now decided to travel to Ladakh, while the objective of my peer bikers will be adventure but for me is to remove the stigma and backward mindset of few people who set limitations and decide what people with disability can or cannot do!
For this cause, I need your support to do this achievement for disabled people.
Join with Shubhajit Because your best wishes and contribution is needed.
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