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A 25-member team of Indians, led by Sanjay Madan and Tushar Agarwal of New Delhi, successfully completed a drive to Langjökull, the second largest glacier in Iceland with a volume of 195 cu km and up to 580 m (1,900 ft) thick ice cover, in seven days from Nov 22-28, 2015. Starting the expedition in special four-wheel drive cars (arctic trucks) from Reykjavik, the team travelled 1,302 km before returning Reykjavik. The expedition was organised by Adventures Overland, Gurgaon, Haryana.
The rest of the members who came together from different parts of the country included Deepak Kattar, Ravi Gosain, Manish Vij, Bimal Deep Singh, Harish Bahl, Kapil Gupta and Aman Jain from New Delhi; Nishith Jois, Priyanka Jois, Chetan Dyamanna, Jyothi Chetan, Sunjay Bonthala, Manisha Bonthala and Mayank Bhatnagar from Bengaluru; Abhijit Deo, Ashish Kalode and Sanjay Kulkarni from Nagpur; Jagat Aggarwal, Mehak Aggarwal and Saru Aggarwal from Punjab; Rishit Dalal from Mumbai, Samaresh Das from Kolkata and Aditya Raj Arora from Gurgaon.