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Yogesh Markam (23 years), a resident of village Likhma, located at the end of the urban development block of the district, went on a cycle tour of India last year and after visiting 28 states, he returned to his home area, where the people’s representatives and journalist brothers welcomed him. Congratulated him. A boy from a tribal area of ​​Sihawa region, who is a resident of village Likhma, adjacent to the Odisha border. Yogesh Markam Age, 23 years From Likhma (Borai), has studied up to Class 12th. Yogesh’s father Chetram Markam, who is a farmer, mother Anita Bai Markam, who is a homemaker, has two younger sisters in the family, Giteshwari Markam, Khomeshwari Markam. Yogesh has written a history for Chhattisgarh by traveling across India by bicycle. Started the journey from 26 March 2022. Reached Nagri (Sihawa) on March 1 after traveling about 1700 kms. He has toured 28 states by bicycle, the main ones being Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Jammu-Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal Has reached Raipur via Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Odisha. While going from Raipur to his village, on reaching the city on Tuesday, he was greeted with a grand welcome and garlanded. Former MLA Sihawa Shravan Markam, District Panchayat member Manoj Sajhi, Alderman Bharat Nirmalkar, District President Dineshwari Netam, Journalist Ashok Sancheti, The townspeople including Abhinav Awasthi, Kuldeep Sahu, Asat Markam, Anit Dhruv, Bhanupratap Kunjam, Ankush Dewangan welcomed him with great enthusiasm and took photographs with him. happened. But a thought came to my mind that in Chhattisgarh there is no name of anyone to travel India by bicycle. Taking my resolve, I went out on my cycle and traveled through the map and across the state. Stayed in Assam for about 3 months and got good cooperation from the people there. There was no problem of any kind. Yogesh says that this journey was not easy at all, but where there is a will there is a way. Those who have a goal in life and are honest towards their goal and take true determination to achieve their goal. Yogesh Markam had left for India tour on March 22, 2022 from Karneshwar Dham in Deurpara. During this, he went to 28 states of the country by cycling 17000 kms and along with telling about the tourist places of Chhattisgarh gave a message to keep the surroundings clean. Continue Reading