The allure of Ladakh leaves no one. Even, Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi travelled by bike to Pangong Lake in Ladakh to honour his father, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his birthday. Sharing on X (formerly Twitter), he put out an emotional post today. Moreover, Rahul Gandhi is also touring Ladakh and the beautiful Pangong Lake.
Rahul Gandhi Shares A Heartfelt Post
पापा, आपकी आंखों में भारत के लिए जो सपने थे, इन अनमोल यादों से छलकते हैं।
आपके निशान मेरा रास्ता हैं – हर हिंदुस्तानी के संघर्षों और सपनों को समझ रहा हूं, भारत मां की आवाज़ सुन रहा हूं। pic.twitter.com/VqkbxoPP7l
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 20, 2023
Rahul Gandhi, who is visiting Ladakh, posted a minute-long video on social media that featured images taken by his father. “Papa, the dreams you had for India overflow from these priceless memories”; “Your mark is my way—understanding the tribulations and aspirations of every Indian, hearing Mother India’s voice.”Gandhi wrote on X in Hindi.
The video clip opens with a photo of Rajiv Gandhi holding a camera before showing off a number of the images he took, including one of Rahul Gandhi visiting Pangong Lake. Rajiv Gandhi’s phrase, “I Dream of an India – Strong, Independent, Self-Reliant and in the Front Rank of the Nations of the World in the Service,” is the final line in the video.
Meanwhile, after travelling more than 130 kilometres on a motorbike, Rahul Gandhi arrived at Pangong Lake and spent the night there to observe Rajiv Gandhi’s birth anniversary informally. According to Hindustan Times, the Congress leader would be leaving for Nubra Valley on a motorcycle for a night stay there. En route, he is likely to meet commoners including shopkeepers and farmers.
He Also Enjoyed A Bike Ride To Pangong Lake
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Rahul Gandhi travelled to Ladakh and Pangong Lake on a bike. He even shared photos from his biking trip to Ladakh on Instagram. The caption stated that he is on his way to Pangong Lake, which is one of the most beautiful places in the world according to his father. Netizens are adoring his new avatar as he takes in the splendour of Ladakh.
Pangong Lake, the world’s highest saltwater lake, is located at a height of around 4,350 metres above sea level. The barren mountains that surround it contrast sharply with the water’s apparent blue colouring. The Pangong Lake, which is about 160 km long and has a third of its length in India, is shared by China and India.
Cover image credits: Instagram/Rahul Gandhi