“Vahana: (Sanskrit: “mount,” or “vehicle”), denotes the being, typically an animal or mythical entity, a particular Hindu god is said to use as a vehicle. The vahana and deity to which they support are in a reciprocal relationship. Vahana serve and are served in turn by those who engage them. It is said that the Vahana can “make even malevolent events bring hope.”

We rode, bused, and trained for one month, and now after working on the video for three months intermittently, Vahana is complete. It’s about 27 minutes in length, and shows our trials and tribulations on the road, as well as the beauty and the adventure.

Watch the film —->

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Using GoalZero to power our bicycle trip through Asia

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When traveling in a foreign country by bicycle with lights, cameras, and cell phones….you need […]

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Vahana Screening at the Lafayette Library

November 20th, 2013|0 Comments

We got to screen our latest short film “Vahana” at the Lafayette […]

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Vahana Featured on Bike Friday Blog

October 18th, 2013|0 Comments

EDITOR’S NOTE: Bike Friday owners Pamela and Nateon Ajello captured the adventure of a lifetime […]

Vahana Released

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Short Film About 1,300 miles by (folding) bike, bus and train

“Vahana: (Sanskrit: “mount,” or “vehicle”), […]

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Bhutan Part 2: Temples and Takins

May 12th, 2013|0 Comments

After two days in Thimpu, we were still adjusting to the dramatic change from the […]

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Bhutan Part 1: A Vacation from Our Vacation

May 7th, 2013|0 Comments

After crossing the hot dry plains of India, riding the Himalaya of Nepal, hiking a […]

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Racing to Bhutan

May 4th, 2013|0 Comments

Ok, I admit it.  When Pam and I planned the map for where we would […]

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Interlude of Bengali Kindness

May 2nd, 2013|0 Comments

Biking from the train station in Hasimara to the border of Bhutan was another perfect day. […]

We have been dreaming of this day for a long time now. In 48 hours we will fly out of San Francisco to New Delhi via Dubai to begin our exploration by bike, train and bus for 35 days. Neither of us have been to Asia before. Trying to prepare feels somewhat useless. We are grateful, honored, thoughtful, happy, anxious, meditative, prepared then anxious again. Overall we are moving enthusiastically yet gently and humbly.