Kairali takes on a unique Leh Road trip to spread good health

Kairali takes on a unique Leh Road trip to spread good health

Kairali came up with a unique concept wherein it invited people from all walks of life to join them in a bike rally to raise awareness and spread good health across the globe through yoga and Ayurveda, for the welfare of the people.

A group that comprisedof journalists, business owners, NGO workers, corporates and Kairali employees travelled from Delhi-Leh-Srinagar- Delhiin of 8 bikes and a car to spread the message of Good Health through ancient Indian sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda.

With lot of cheer, goodwill and enthusiasm that was almost infectious the trip was flagged off early morning from Indrasprastha Park, New Delhi on4th August 2015. On Day 1 after riding all day the team reached picturesque Manali and stayed on for two days. In these two days, along with getting acclimatized, wonderful workshops of Yoga were conducted for the local villagers. These workshops were really well received and enjoyed.

From Manali to Leh it was a 3 day trip with halts in Keylong and Sarchu. Manali to Leh road trip is an unforgettable journey of about 475km into enthralling valleys, craggy terrains, striking mountains and attractive landscapes. Navigating through winding roads and High Mountain passes that almost touches the sky – this route awed everyone with its incredible beauty.

As you decent into Leh slowly you are wrapped in a feeling of peace and solitude are greeted by magnificent and legendary Shey and Thiksey monasteries. After a rest at Leh the group proceeded towards Nubra Valley. To the north-west of Leh lies Nubra Valley, accessed by the snow-bound KhardungLa, which at 18,380 feet, is considered the highest motorable road in the world.

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