Sadhguru sets out on a 100-day long journey from London to Delhi on a BMW K1600 GT
Sadhguru, a yogi and visionary, has embarked on a 100-day solo motorbike tour to save soil as part of his mission. The modern-day visionary plans to go to 27 nations, travelling a total distance of 30,000 kilometres, and meet with international leaders and the media to further his cause to conserve soil.
Save Soil is a worldwide movement to solve the soil issue, bringing people from all over the globe together to advocate for soil health and supporting leaders from all countries to implement national policies and initiatives to increase the organic content of cultivable soil.
The 64-year-old yoga guru was flagged off from the London Parliament Square and will take him through Amsterdam, Berlin and Prague this week. After a series of events in significant towns along the road, he plans to return to New Delhi in 75 days to commemorate India's 75th anniversary of independence.
His only companion through this 100-day long journey is his BMW K1600 GT motorcycle.
The Save Soil Movement aims to mobilise and demonstrate citizen support around the world, as well as enable governments to take policy-driven action to regenerate soil and prevent future deterioration. To do so, the movement plans to reach out to 3.5 billion individuals.
The lone motorbike ride comes to a conclusion on June 21 in time for the Summer Solstice at the Cauvery Calling initiative, which is allowing the planting of 2.42 billion trees in private farmlands in the Cauvery river basin to replenish the critically depleted river and revitalise the soil.
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