SAARC Rally (2007)

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    Thirty Tata Safaris, carrying about 120 participants from SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) countries, covering over 8200 km, across 7 countries and varying terrain, over a 30 day period, 'connecting people, strengthening ties' on the way as they meander through the sub-continent. The rally started in Bangladesh at Cox Bazaar and culminated in the Maldives. Roadtripper partnered Autocar India to organize this mammoth even for the Ministry of External Affairs ( India) and Confederation of Indian Industries (CII). It was a historic event with Indian number plate cars crossing over the Wagah border into Pakistan for the first time since Independence. The cars drove through Delhi coinciding with the SAARC summit (2007) and were flagged off by all the heads of State.

BANGLADESH BHUTAN NEPAL INDIA PAKISTAN SRI LANKA MALDIVES

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