Suhasini Shekhawat of Rajasthan has made a new record in her name. He has completed his journey in one go by rafting in the inaccessible high places of Ganga, Brahmaputra and Indus river. She is the first woman to do so. Explain that there is a lack of oxygen at such places and there are dangerous rocks in the river. Which makes it very frustrating to travel like this. Suhasini is the daughter of Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, MP from Jodhpur and Union Minister for Jal Shakti.
On Thursday, Suhasini, leading the team of ‘Indus Calling’ expedition, completed the longest ever rafting expedition on the river Indus. This campaign of Suhasini started from Manesar near India-China border and ended near India-Pakistan border Kargil.
Union Minister Shekhawat gave this information by tweeting on Thursday. He tweeted that Suhasini’s dreams are different, she is not afraid of difficulties. She keeps on displaying the self-confidence and talent of the daughters of India. His courage at times amazes me. Daughters grow up and fulfill their father’s life journey with new hopes. I see myself in it.
Suhasini Shekhawat is a Post Graduate in Political Science. He holds a Diploma in Advanced Leadership from Oxford. Suhasini is very much interested in sports. He is also a great shooter. In 2019, Suhasini was also a part of the 31-day ‘Ganga Invitational Campaign’. He covered a distance of 2500 km from Devprayag in Uttarakhand to Gangasagar in West Bengal through rafting. In 2021, Suhasini had participated in the 917 km long Brahmaputra Invitation Campaign. During this he did rafting from Geling, Arunachal Pradesh to Asmaralga in Assam.