Their 16,992 km journey, which began in Hyderabad, took them through fifteen states in India and six Southeast Asian countries. Their travel, which was backed by Telangana Tourism, saw them ride through India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh. They also traveled on the newly-constructed India-Myanmar-Thailand highway.
With an objective to promote tourism and road trips in India, the four riders visited 19 UNESCO World Heritage sites across the seven countries. "The expedition also promoted Telangana's culture and highlighted the respect and support given to women," Minister for Tourism A. Chandulal told news agency ANI.
The four women, who rode Bajaj Dominar bikes, said that they too wanted to promote women empowerment, while making the country proud of their achievement. The first thirteen days saw the riders cover fifteen states in India, after which they started the Southeast Asia leg of their journey by crossing into Myanmar from Manipur.
"The rider's team was accompanied by a four-member production crew to document the entire expedition. Telangana tourism also provided a mini couch with two drivers who also promoted Telangana tourism," Mr Manohar said.
(With inputs from ANI)
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