Bharat Parikrama Yatra enters Bihar; Sitarama Kedilaya keen on Gram Vikas Campaign on Day 882Date posted: January 7, 2015 | Short URL: http://samvada.org/?p=24416 | Share:
Gopalanj, Bihar January 07: RSS Former functionary Sitarama Kedilaya lead Bharat Parikrama Yatra has entered Bihar, making the 13th state to reach during his mega walkahon. Aiming Grama Vikas or Upliftment of Rural Indian life, Sitarama Kedilaya lead Bharat Parikrama Yatra has counted its 882th day today.
The Bharat Parikrama Yatra had entered Bihar on December 31, 2014 through Gopal Ganj district which is mostly a plain and fertile land. In the district’s western part, the Gandaki river flows southwards, Gopalganj is in the northwest of Bihar state and is adjacent to Uttar Pradesh.
150 days in Uttara Pradesh:
Bharat Parikrama Yatra had entered Uttara Pradesh on August 02, 2014 visited several places of historical significance including Ayodhya, Chitrakoot, Prayag, Kashi and other places. Yatra had spend nearly 150 days. When he was near Goraksha Pranth, Kedilaya visited Nepal for 2-days. On December 26, on its 870th day, Bharata Parikrama Yatra reached Kushinagar, the place of Mahanirvaan of Goutham Buddha, in Kushinagar district.
67 year old Sitarama Kedilaya looks more energetic than ever, who completed this 10,250 km of walkathon.