By Our reporter
Melbourne: Tushar and Sanjay are at present driving through Australia. An unprecedented journey where they are driving 70,000 km through 50 countries in six continents. They are documenting the lives of India’s global ambassadors – the NRIs.
“The Great Indian World Trip is a journey with a heart. A heart that beats for Indians living abroad and cares for the weak and the aging as well, say Tushar and Sanjay.
They want the Indian people in Australia to be a part of this epic journey by supporting them. Because when you support The Great Indian World Trip, a part of the proceedings will go to SHEOWS’ Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram (www.oldagehomeindia.in).
“ Any contribution would not only make The Great Indian World Trip a huge success but also support an old age home in need, Tushar and Sanjay told SAT.
They have already driven through India, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Currently driving through Australia, they are attempting to create a Guinness World Record by driving longest distance in one country covering 17000 kms.
Describing their journey in Australia as exciting, Tushar and Sanjay told SAT,” We are doing our journey without GPS or any electronic gadget.We only use maps and they are quite handy.”
Tushar and Sanjay are accompanied by a photographer D. Prasad who was busy shooting at a leather furniture store in Chadstone. In fact, he is shooting the whole journey. The three hope to convert the whole footage into many episodes for a TV serial about their journey and Indians around the world.
In a parting shot Tushar said, ” It is time to understand Indians are also explorers.
For more information go to – www.greatindianworldtrip.com
- SAT News Service