Kashmir to Kanyakumari – Nisha Rao’s solo ride

32 Responses

  1. Esha says:

    Amazing feat, Nisha! What an incredible sense of determination and purpose to achieve such a thing! Thanks so much Parul for sharing this inspiring story and the pics. Not sure how I missed this post.

  2. Sangeetha Jaganathan says:

    Congratulations Nisha!! You’re truly an inspiration!! Best wishes for many more such dreams! You go girl!

  3. Vinod anex says:


  4. Deepti Paighan says:

    Congratulations Nisha!

  5. Kunal says:

    Wow. This is mind boggling. I hate to ride for more than 20-25kms. She rode almost 800-900 kms a day. No doubt this needed a lot of physical strength. But more than that the attitude to go on, the mental strength is needed to achieve something so remarkable something that very few people posses.

  6. Kala Ravi says:

    Woah! Truly inspiring! My mind boggles at how much Nisha has accomplished! No mean feat! Thanks for sharing Nisha’s amazing journey Parul, hats off!!

  7. Swati K says:

    That is incredible. Congratulations Nisha for achieving this milestone. But I am really keen to know how did you think of riding on a Activa for such a long journey and through such a difficult terrain. Very courageous.

  8. Rajlakshmi says:

    OMG… What an incredible journey… Wowwww such endurance and determination… I so want to meet Nisha and listen to her story real time.
    Thank you for Parul for sharing this journey. I am so in awe of Nisha… 😱😱

  9. Anonymous says:

    No words mam, salute to you. You are motivation for others.

  10. Vinod Kumar says:

    Nisha Ji really you have done a great job . You are a example of those people who believe that only man do this ” Purush Pardhan Society” No it is a wrong thinking . Our daughter and sister can prove their talent. God bless you Beta. With regards Vinod Kumar

  11. Snehalata says:

    Hatssssss offff to you Nisha..

  12. Snehalata says:

    Hatssssss of to you Nisha..

  13. Speechless….no words to say…..hats off madam !!! I had goosebumps while reading this article …u have amazing will power ….riding everyday….having 2-3 hrs sleep…..bah..cant even imagine ……soooo proud of you ….congratulations nisha ….

  14. dNambiar says:

    Wow!! 🙂
    That’s quite an achievement.
    And on an Activa?
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  15. Amit Mazumder says:

    Daunting is the word that describes Nisha and her arduous journey! Lesson for many! Keep the tempo up.

  16. Mahesh Muzumdar says:

    Bravo!! Kudos to Nisha on achieving this remarkable feat…

  17. Yogi Saraswat says:

    Great Job ! Best wishes to her !!

  18. Lata Sunil says:

    Amazing.. I would have really laughed if someone said they would ride Activa across India considering, I find it too tiring even when I am riding less than an hour. Hats off to the lady.

  19. Alana says:

    So dangerous – what an achievement. I am in awe.

  20. Bellybytes says:

    Amazing, courageous, brave , optimistic, determined- these trees the words that come to mind. Travelling in India as a single woman is not easy. Travelling on a scooter can be outright dangerous.
    Really a great story and thanks for sharing Parul

  21. Alok Singhal says:

    What a commitment and dedication towards her passion. May she find recognition!

  22. G Angela says:

    Wow !! Parul thanks for sharing such an amazing adventure:) I salute Nisha for her courage, confidence and perseverance to reach her goal. I agree with the first quote by Napoleon, wishing her Gods blessings for her future projects, more power to you Nisha – stay blessed and stay safe…

  23. Shalini says:

    She is an inspiration, no doubt. I am so glad you could meet her. Thank you, Parul for sharing the story of her ride in depth.
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  24. whoa – some trip this though I wish she didnt push herself so much to go through dehydration and halucinations – that bit sounded dangerous!! Good on you to capitalise a chance meet into a very entertaining blog post – its my dream to visit Kanyakumari too some day as I want to go touch the “last” point of the Indian sub continent!! 😉

  25. What an amazing story. Thank you for sharing it and for the super photos. The results of last week’s survey

  26. A very good post and nice pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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