Pallavi Fauzdar Becomes 1st Solo Woman To Ride Across Mana Pass


Agra Biker Pallavi Fauzdar, became the first solo woman to ride across the Mana Pass in Uttarakhand and made a record in the Limca Book. Mana rises to a staggering altitude of 5,638 m (18,497 ft) above sea level, on the border between India and Tibet, and is reckoned as one of the most difficult biking trails.

Pallavi is married to Parikshit Mishra, an Army officer, who has been extremely supportive of her passion for biking. She is the mother of the two kids. She rides an Avenger and had been passionate about biking for several years.

Packed with a GPS device to ensure she is not lost, Pallavi set off for her Himalayan journey of seven days. Describing the expedition as ‘arduous’ involving inclined boulder tracks, numerous water crossings, snow-covered roads and low oxygen levels, Pallavi said biking has always given her an adrenaline rush.

Pallavi is also the first female rider to reach Deo Tal Lake, located at 17,950 ft, one of the world’s highest. When not biking, this adventure lover is also an accomplished fashion designer, a social worker and a Rekki practitioner.

Extra Info :
Mana Passthe world’s highest motor-able mountain pass in the Himalayas on the border between India and Tibet. 

So now lets discuss some questions related to this article which can be asked in the upcoming exams :
1. Name the woman who has become the first solo women to ride across Mana Pass ?
2. Mana Pass is located in which state ?
3. The Mana Pass is situated on the border of which two countries ?





Courtesy : Times Of India 

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