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Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh 

I would like to walk from ludhiana to darbar sahib which is roughly 142 kms and want to finish the yatra in a few days. How can i prepare for such a long walk? I still have a month to prepare as i am going in mid November. My route would be from ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to amritsar. Trying to do this in two days. I could also do ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to goindwal sahib, and goindwal sahib to anritsar. These could be my possible routes.

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You are going to walk straight from there or going to take rides?
If you will walk your legs will hurt a lot and you will need some places to rest.

142 KM's is big don't just look at a map and see that it's just a little red line.

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1 hour ago, Singh123456777 said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh 

I would like to walk from ludhiana to darbar sahib which is roughly 142 kms and want to finish the yatra in a few days. How can i prepare for such a long walk? I still have a month to prepare as i am going in mid November. My route would be from ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to amritsar. Trying to do this in two days. I could also do ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to goindwal sahib, and goindwal sahib to anritsar. These could be my possible routes.

That’s amazing sewa. Drink plenty of water on the journey. In the olden days people travelled for long distances by foot.

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17 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

That’s amazing sewa. Drink plenty of water on the journey. In the olden days people travelled for long distances by foot.

Hai hai how do they not break their legs lol

I can never do that

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Like what type of exercises should i do to prepare etc

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Climb lots of stairs. Maybe with a heavy backpack.

Then when doing the walk it will feel easier.

 

 

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On 10/11/2017 at 3:25 PM, Singh123456777 said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh 

I would like to walk from ludhiana to darbar sahib which is roughly 142 kms and want to finish the yatra in a few days. How can i prepare for such a long walk? I still have a month to prepare as i am going in mid November. My route would be from ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to amritsar. Trying to do this in two days. I could also do ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to goindwal sahib, and goindwal sahib to anritsar. These could be my possible routes.

Waheguru. Goodluck brother, teriyah sabh sukha Guru ji pooriyah karan.

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On 11/10/2017 at 3:25 PM, Singh123456777 said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh 

I would like to walk from ludhiana to darbar sahib which is roughly 142 kms and want to finish the yatra in a few days. How can i prepare for such a long walk? I still have a month to prepare as i am going in mid November. My route would be from ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to amritsar. Trying to do this in two days. I could also do ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to goindwal sahib, and goindwal sahib to anritsar. These could be my possible routes.

Being honest, unless you are used to walking at least 10-12 km a day, you will struggle to walk just 42km let alone 142km in a few days. You should start training now if you definitely want to achieve your goal, aim to be walking 25km a day comfortably at least a weak before you set off

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To make it count say Wahe with one step , Guru with the other. This is how Sant Attar Singh Mastuane wale walked from Punjab to Nanded Hazur Sahib.

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13 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Being honest, unless you are used to walking at least 10-12 km a day, you will struggle to walk just 42km let alone 142km in a few days. You should start training now if you definitely want to achieve your goal, aim to be walking 25km a day comfortably at least a weak before you set off

Yea this is what i am preparing to do. Im gonna train for about a month before i leave.

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37 minutes ago, scali said:

To make it count say Wahe with one step , Guru with the other. This is how Sant Attar Singh Mastuane wale walked from Punjab to Nanded Hazur Sahib.

This is what i was thinking of doing, first listen to bani snd then do simran

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17 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

Yea this is what i am preparing to do. Im gonna train for about a month before i leave.

Realistically speaking you should not only train for the walk it's self but also the plan on how long you expect it take you logically, if you just walked for 24 hours straight, odds are you wouldn't finish the trip. Also you should plan stops for your trip just in case for rest. 

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40 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

This is what i was thinking of doing, first listen to bani snd then do simran

Veer Ji also do a lot of jaaps of Brahm Kavach for shakti strength and blessing from Sheehad Fauji 

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On 10/11/2017 at 7:25 AM, Singh123456777 said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh 

I would like to walk from ludhiana to darbar sahib which is roughly 142 kms and want to finish the yatra in a few days. How can i prepare for such a long walk? I still have a month to prepare as i am going in mid November. My route would be from ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to amritsar. Trying to do this in two days. I could also do ludhiana to jalhandar,jalhandar to goindwal sahib, and goindwal sahib to anritsar. These could be my possible routes.

I don't disagree with this but if you have the sharda go for it, it's your choice. Just remember you should practice hours of walking nonstop first and most likely have proper nutrition, including plenty of electrolytes and protein so your satiety is up. Also try to bring some companions along if possible, safety in numbers. Most importantly Don't do this if you have trouble in physical activity or any sort of disability. Good luck.

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2 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Realistically speaking you should not only train for the walk it's self but also the plan on how long you expect it take you logically, if you just walked for 24 hours straight, odds are you wouldn't finish the trip. Also you should plan stops for your trip just in case for rest. 

Yea i expect this to be a three day thing. Cause instead of walking slowly for 24 hours and killing myself i would walk 12 hours each day and then have a rest at a place. I was thinking of first going from ludhiana to either jalhandar or makhu. I have relative in makhu so i could stop there and that would take about 12 hours. Then i was thinking for the second day if i leave from jalahandar i would reach goindwal sahib in about 9 and a half hours, or if im going from makhu i would reach tarn taran which would take about the same. Then on the third day i would travel from either tarn taran or goindwal sahib to darbar sahib which would be again 10 hours. So i would have rest everyday and still be able to do it.

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