Awareness on cleanliness: City magician rides scooter blindfolded for 10 km
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Awareness on cleanliness: City magician rides scooter blindfolded for 10 km

Mysuru: To create awareness among people on Swachh Bharath Abhiyan, city Magician M.K. Sudarshan rode about 10km blindfolded on a scooter from Kote Anjaneya Swamy temple here to Siddlingapura on Mysuru-Bengaluru road here yesterday.

Sudarshan’s mission was to spread awareness among people on cleanliness at home and in vicinity. He covered the distance in 40 minutes.

The ride was flagged off by former Minister S.A. Ramdas in front of Kote Anjaneyaswamy temple. Sudarshan, son of M.K. Keshavamurthy and M. Jayalakshmi residing on Irwin road is a BBM Graduate.

Along with education Sudarshan also learnt magic. He had cycled blindfolded through main thoroughfares of city in 2008 and had ridden a bike blindfolded from city to Srirangapatna in 2014.

 



September 16, 2017

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Awareness on cleanliness: City magician rides scooter blindfolded for 10 km”

  1. sujeet kumar Bhaskara says:

    What a Gimmick. By riding blindfolded, how has the magucian contributed to Swach bharat abayan. Some politician is their to get some mileage out of this act. Request Magician sudarshan to not display such death acts on a public road. The young minds could imitate such things. Do not know how the traffic authorities gave the go ahead for this.This is purely a stunt to attract the shutterbugs. There are better ways to spread the message of clean india. People need to change their mindset. Is your act by driving blindfolded, bringing any change in the attitude of people in Siddalingapura. Just introspect your action. Conduct such acts in a controlled environment, where public safety is also looked into

  2. krishna Jayaraj says:

    Do you really think one can drive / ride a vehicle blindfolded ???? Its all a cheap trick !!! For sure, one uses a see through cloth.

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