Monday, November 4, 2013

Kaziranga - Tezpur - Naharlagun ( Maha Roadtrip 2013 )

Bikers Of Assam Maha Roadtrip 2013


On 2nd Day I got up early and had bath. As the battery of my mobile was low and our room did not had enough charging points for all of us I went to the reception and keep for charging. I and Arnab decided to explore the resort and its surrounding which seemed interesting from conversation with the night guard. 

As the resort was in Kaziranga National Parks Area we show some Monkeys, birds and small creature when we went inside the Woods. 

We decided to start of our roadtrip we decided to start our trip early in the morning but found our bike punctured in our hotel parking area. 

                                              

Thankfully we carried a foot pump. We filled air in the tyre and rode few kms. When we found a tyre shop where repaired the tyre. We had our breakfast at Jakhlabandha we crossed Koliabhumura Bridge. 

                                               

The Kaliabhomora Bridge is a pre-stressed concrete road bridge over the Brahmaputra River near Tezpur in Assam (India). It is named after the Ahom General Kalia Bhomora Phukan. 
This bridge connects Sonitpur on the north bank with Nagaon District on the south bank. 
The length of this bridge is 3015 meters. 



Then we visited Agnigarh, Tezpur. Bikers Of Assam at Agnigarh, Tezpur 

Agnigarh is a hillock located in Tezpur, Assam, India. In Hindu mythology, it is the site of the fortress which was built by Bana Raja, the king of Asuras (demons). Lord Krishna's grandson Aniruddha fell in love with Usha, Bana's daughter. Usha's love for a simple mortal came to Bana's notice and so he kept Usha in a separate island. This is the site of the legendary romance of princess Usha (the only daughter of king Bana) and Aniruddha. Usha was imprisoned inside the palace which was surrounded by a wall of fire. The place came to be known as Agnigarh. 

The present day Agnigarh (Agni - fire, Garh - wall), now only a hillock facing the Brahmaputra, provides a panoramic view of the great river and Tezpur. The hillock has been developed into a park and recreational area by the Assam Tourism Development Corporation and it is one of the popular tourist spots in Tezpur. 




Then we started our journey to Itanagar. 

We crossed Bhalipara, Sotia, Jamugurihat and reached Biswanath Chariali. It was about 3.30PM. Some of our bikes needed chain tightning so we went to a garage. 

The garage owner welcomed us and said: Apunuluke kali rati Kaziranga fale ahi asil niki. 

We: Hoi amiye asilu 

Garage Owner: Tshirt'or colour aru AS-04 Avenger khonot bag bondha style'or pora sini paisu. Moi gari loi Jorhat'or pora pise pise ahi asilu 

me: Chain kidal check kori diok sun 

While his mechanic to check our bikes, we met a localman who came to repair his bike. He deals in computer hardware. While chatting with him we asked where is the best restaurant which server delicious rice thali. He asked to go inside the lane to a Local Hotel named Baido Hotel. 

As it was about 4PM we were very hungry. We went to the hotel. It was small from outside. 

Gaurav Hotel or popularly known as Baidew Hotel locally served the most delicious Rice Thali of the entire roadtrip.



                                 



It was about 5PM of 2nd day our our trip. We crossed Biswanath Chariali and cruising at speed of 60kmph. I was a pillon and decided to ride. We stopped our bike and signaled others to continue riding. 

We stopped for 2mins and started riding. We started riding at 80-90kmph and hoped to meet others in few mins but after riding for 10-12mins at high speed still there is no sign of others. We couldnt even see their tail lights. 

Santanu: Dada val rasta dekhi pura dobaise, full speedot solauk 

I rode for another 20mins most of the time we were above 100kmph but still there is no sign of others. We crossed Hawajan, suddenly I felt the vibration of my mobile with a faint voice of my singtone. 

I answered: Hello 

Arnab: Kot ase 

Me: Kiba Jan par holu 

Arnab asked someone and answered : Apuni agot goi ase aru pura dobaise, ami petrol pump'ot humaisilu... 


                                             


It was about 6.30 PM when we reached Narayanpur on 2nd day of our trip. We were waiting for other bikers to join us. The town was in festive mood of Durga Puja. 

We waited for few mins & suddenly my cell phone rang. It was Jayanta : Kot ase, ami Chah khabo humaisu 

Me: Deri hoisu Naharlung ba Itanagarot khaba

Jayanta: Hotel Booked sinta nai

We reached the Tea Stall. It was a small stall, we ordered for tea and realised there was no fresh sweets & snacks. Even there was no Jelebi in Durga Puja season.

When I asked for a packet of snacks we noticed that the waiter is weird.

Arnab: Eitu ki piece bey

me: Baad diya Chah khua aru ulua

We have our tea and reached our bike. I was about to go by Santanu & Arnab said: Chintoo'dak jabo diok, pan dukanoloi sauk

I shouted: Chintoo bola deri hoise

Chintoo came to his bike and started riding. The waiter was running behind shouting: " Phone number diyok na "

I had no Idea whats happening I asked: " Ki hoise bey "

Arnab replied: Tar naam bule Jaanmoni, Chintoo'daye gom pai tak " Oi Jaanmoni " buli naamere mati dile.

Hi fida hoi gol. Atia tak Chintoo'dar phone number lage. Jaanmoni is a GAY 







We reached Naharlung and halted at Hotel Chandni which was arranged by a friend of Jayanta. Though the name sounded something fancy by the Hotel was big and Luxurious. We slept after eating fruits and snacks as the Hotel Closed the Restaurant moreover we were not hungry after overeating at Gaurav Hotel :-D