Mysuru, September 25:- Heritage city woke up to a cloudy, cold Monday morning. There was a steady drizzle as well. But that did not deter several enthusiasts from making their presence felt with their trin trin cycles.
The heritage walk programme was inaugurated at the premises of Rangacharlu town hall here in the city. The 3rd day event of heritage walk allowed the participants to visit heritage sites on their cycles.
Deputy Commissioner D Randeep, Mayor M J Ravi Kumar flagged off the event.
“Dasara events have been successful so far. Though it has been raining in the city, enthusiasts have come here in large numbers to make it a grand success,” the DC said.
He pedaled his way to the office, riding on a cycle. When people wanted take to his pictures, riding a cycle, Randeep readily obliged. He was accompanied by Mayor Ravi Kumar.
More than 70 people took part in the event. The cycle rally went through Dodda gadiyara, Chamaraja circle, K R circle, Jaganmohan Palace, Maharani college, Niranjana ashram, padhmalaya, Yuvaraja college, Maharaja college, Oriental institute, Crawford hall, and DC office.
Former postal department employee, 88-year-old Sosale Veeraiah also took part in the heritage walk.
NS Rangaraju, Eechanuru Kumar provided the participants with information. Deputy director of the department, Dr Gavisiddaiah, and N L Gowda were present. (MR/KS).