Mumbai se Delhi tak

December 4, 2007 at 10:54 am 1 comment

One of my colleague at office is a regular at car rallies, he also participated in recent Himalayan Car Rally. I used to listen to his adventurous stories with bated breathes wondering whether I would ever get a chance to do such a feat. Hopefully I don’t have to wait endlessly.

My friend Amit Sharma is leaving Mumbai and coming back to Delhi. He has a car which also needs to be bought back. Now instead of sending the car back by train he sold Bhaskar and me an opportunity of long drive “Mumbai se Delhi Tak with Udaipur free”.

Poor Gullible chaps, we totally got sold on his story and will be spending INR 3000 just to be able to reach Mumbai so that we can come back again to Delhi.

Find below the route we would be following while coming back.

Amen! at least one of my dreams is coming true.

Mumbai-Delhi Route


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  • 1. Amit Sharma  |  December 4, 2007 at 12:47 pm

    I just can’t wait to hit the road. I have done this Mumbai-Delhi-Mumbai thing in the past and the experience was amazing. I discovered that we move from one place to another and if we give ourselves to the journey, then at the end of it neither the places nor the traveler remain the same. After that trip, Mumbai was different and so was Delhi and so were we, Bhaskar and I. In fact, his ikon which beautifully took us from the rough patches of Madhya Pradesh on Mumbai-Agra road was different at the end of the story. It was no more a sophisticated piece of metal to move things from one to another, it was a being occuying some thought space in our memories. Humans touch things and make them human and those converted being keep reminding us that we are, after all, humans!!

    Hope to touch a few more things this time…


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