Somewhere around Diwali 2008, empowered with a new job and a credit card in his pocket, my younger brother went to Deep Hyundai, Dwarka and brought home a shining blue Hyundai i10 car with a mere swipe of a card. The family was pleasantly surprised at his audacity. However, in year 2010 he left Delhi and shifted to a small town called Abu Road. However, he left the car at Delhi only. Meanwhile, I used this car, the blue i10 during my initial few mountain travels (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/travelogues-north-india-f61/kumaon-road-trip-may-2009-a-t34075/) (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/tra...escape-valley-flowers-vasudhara-falls-t17909/) (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/travelogues-north-india-f61/not-usual-lansdowne-log-t48102/) (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/tra...ve-redemption-garhwal-february-2010-a-t33499/) (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/tra...one-day-trip-lake-siliserh-near-alwar-t34064/) (http://www.bcmtouring.com/forum/tra...f61/chakrata-photologue-august-2010-a-t33784/). Chapter 1 October’ 2014: My younger brother had shifted from the peaceful environment of Abu, Rajasthan to the hotbed of naxal activities at Bastar, Chhattisgarh and I drove his car along with him all the way to Raipur, Chhattisgarh covering hinterlands of UP and MP. The journey was beautiful and was chronicled and posted on this forum which can be accessed through this link: http://www.bcmtouring.com/forums/th...lpur-lalitpur-sanchi-bhojpur-bhimbetka.62178/ Chapter 2 May’ 2016: Again, my brother was shifting his base from Chhattisgarh to Muzaffarpur, Bihar (for the uninitiated, Muzaffarpur is one of the chosen cities for Smart City Project of Bihar). Again he needed to take his car from Bastar to Muzaffarpur. Again he asked me to accompany him, in return he promised to take me to the hinterlands of Northern Chhattisgarh. I lapped up the idea of visiting some remote parts of Chhattisgarh. The journey can be tracked in detail by following this link: Dakshin Kosal to Patliputra – a journey through excavated history Chapter 3 August’ 2018: After his two year stint with Aga Khan Trust at Muzaffarpur, Bihar, he finally decided to head back to home. He again asked me to join for the drive back – from Patna to Delhi, a journey of about 1100 kms which could have taken less than 18 hours. However, we decided to stretch it over 4 days and 1350 kms covering some of the Buddha relics enroute. This report will briefly cover the journey of the unassuming little car from the metropolis of Delhi to the hotbed of naxal struggle and then to fertile land of political gamesmanship. The last leg of the journey to Delhi, the home-coming will be presented in detail.