Satish Aditya
Motihari ;   A  motorcycle rally comprising 42 Nepali and Indian bikers, which started from Pashupati Nath Temple,  Kathmandu, Nepal, on November 11, 2021, reached Motihari Collectorate, East Champaran District in North Bihar  on November 12, 2021.

The bikers were welcomed by East Champaran D M  Shirshat Kapil Ashok and SP Navin Chandra Jha and others. They were accorded a warm welcome by the people also when they reached the Gandhi Sanghrayalay, Motihari, where Mahatma Gandhi launched his first Satyagrah against the  Britishers’ black rule against the farmers. The bikers  paid rich tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at a prayer. T

The  Indian Embassy at Kathmandu and Royal Enfield has organised this  Pashupati Nath – Vishwa Nath (Varanasi ) Amrit
Mahotsav bike rally  between Kathmandu and Varanasi,the two significant cultural and religious hubs of Nepal and India from
November 11 to  16, 2021. Prem Bahadur Ale, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister of Nepal flagged off the rally on Pashupati Nath temple   premises on November 11, 2021. He said that the rally aims to strengthen cultural ties between two friendly countries by promoting people to people relation.

The  Commander of the bike rally Satyendra Dahiya said, ” We  have already visited  Gandhi Memorial Pillar at Motihari  where Mahatma Gandhi  launched his first Satyagrah for poor farmers. Secondly, we will visit Sarnath, UP,  where Lord Budha delivered  his first sermon after attaining enlightenment. We will also visit Gorakhnath holy temple at Gorakhpur and finally will  pay our respect to lord Shiv at
Varanasi  on November 16, 2021.