Jawa lovers hit rainy roads of Kodagu
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Jawa lovers hit rainy roads of Kodagu

A group of youths from Mysuru, who took out a ride to celebrate International Jawa Day, are seen at Kakkabe village near Thadiyandamol Mountain in Kodagu. 12 Jawa enthusiasts — (from left) Balakrishna, Yashwanth, Sachin, Pradeep, Prasanna, Vikas, Nithyanand, Mohan, Pruthvi, Ravi, Ruthvik and Harsha — embarked on the journey from Mysuru last evening. Sharing their experience, the youths said that it is raining heavily in Kodagu and riding the most-loved vehicle in biting cold and water splashing on faces was a thrilling experience.

July 8, 2018

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