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Bharulata’s challenge to drive from Lands End to John ‘O’Groat is not perhaps as big as her last challenge but it is unique in itself. She will be driving solo from Lands End to John ‘O’ Groats, covering the distance of approximately 1500 kilometres in about 15 to 16 hours of drive in a one day

She will drive to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of Independent India and to raise public awareness of importance of Save Girl, Educate girl campaign.

As always it is her pledge to do something outside our comfort zone, to share our support and do something purposeful.

When she decided to drive through the Arctic circle and 32 counties, she was alll alone, no support and no one believed that she could do it, but she had absolute faith in herself. She did not feel any fear, but it was a huge undertaking, and it wasn't something she could take lightly. She did it with a grace. She planned meticulously, executed with perfection and succeeded with pride. She lived the life she have always wanted to and enjoyed every bit of her journey, and that is what one can create; when we follow our passion.

A dream doesn’t become reality through magic and nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion. Someone once said there is no force equal to that of a determined woman.

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  • Expedition: This would be first such expedition by    Indian person and first expedition undertaken by a    woman solo on a non-stop driving in a one day.
  • Expeditioner: Bharulata Kamble
  • Mode: Self-drive car without any modification.
  • Duration: 1 day nonstop
  • Distance to be covered: Approximately 1500    kilometres.

  • Start & End Point: Lands End to John ‘O’Groats
  • Nature of Expedition: Solo unaided, without back    up crew and without back up vehicle.
  • Self-reliant
  • Minimalistic
  • Focus on reaching the remotest corners.
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