The river Pandita is known as the ‘Road Warrior Animal Crossing Flower’ because of the many crossings that occur in the area.
However, the bridge is not very wide and it is not suitable for people walking, biking or horseback riding.
So a few people decided to take up the challenge by crossing the river on foot using a wooden bridge.
According to the organisers of the cross-border event, the aim of the event was to promote cross-cultural awareness and promote mutual understanding and respect among all citizens.
“It was an opportunity for the participants to explore the diverse cultures and understand how each community interacts with each other,” said Arvind Kumar, a facilitator of the annual festival.
The cross-bridged bridge was built in 2002 by a group of volunteers from a group called “India’s Future”, a cross-country bike ride organised by the National Centre for Human Rights and Development (NCHRD) in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
This year, the organisers also invited Indian and French people to participate in the event.
In an effort to make cross-fertilisation easier, the participants in the cross bridge were asked to wear a hat made of wooden dowels, with the crossbow placed on top.
The participants were instructed to hold a bamboo crossbow with a wooden bow with the bowstring sticking out at the side.
They were also instructed to wear gloves and to wear masks.
“The goal of this cross-cross-cross festival is to promote cultural awareness, and also to educate people on how cross-pollination and cross-breeding work, said the organisers.
The event was organised under the banner of ‘India’s future’, which means that the crossroads will be open to all.
The organisers say that the participants have to wear traditional clothes and masks.
In fact, they are also required to wear sandals and long underwear.
The participants of the festival wore traditional clothes, masks and sandals during the event, and were given a wooden crossbow, which they had to carry with them at all times.
The festival is also being organised to raise awareness about cross-thesis, the act of breeding between two species and their interactions. “
We wanted to show how crossbreeding is beneficial and not harmful to humans and animals,” Kumar said.
The festival is also being organised to raise awareness about cross-thesis, the act of breeding between two species and their interactions.
The festival is expected to last two to three weeks.