Bayer Grylls carrying PM Modi to the forest adventure are dangerous players, know interesting things

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Bear Grylls is known worldwide for his super hit show ‘Man Vs Wild’. PM Narendra Modi will be seen with him in Bayer’s show. Since tweeting the promos of Bayer Grylls ‘Man versus Wild’, videos of him and Modi (PM Narendra Modi) and many photos are becoming viral on social media. ‘Man verses wild with bare grips and PM Modi (Man Vs Wild with Bear Grylls and PM Modi will be released at 9 pm on August 12. The full name of Bear Grylls is Edward Michael Grylls. Beyond born in London, Baire is a British East SAS (Special Air Service) Serviceman, Survival Instructor, Lieutenant Colonel and Television Show Presender.

After coming to the show “Man vs. Wild”, which was broadcast on Discovery Channel, he became famous all over the world. Bayer is one of the few people in the world who can survive in any situation.

They are often seen as snakes and scorpions in the show. He is one of Britain’s youngest people to climb Mt. Everest. At that time, he was 23 years old. Prior to them, James Allen, the Australian / British climber, had climbed the Everest at the age of 22.  Grylls studied at Eaton House, Ludgrove School, Eton College and Berkbeck, University of London, where he received a part-time undergraduate degree in Hispanic Studies in 2002. At the very young age, he learned to climb high heights and drive the ship. After leaving school, Grylls considered joining the Indian Army  And spend a few months traveling in the Himalayan mountain range in Sikkim and West Bengal, Assam. From 1994 to 1997, after a selection in the United Kingdom Special Forces, he served part-time in the form of 21 Regiment Special Air Service of the United Kingdom Special Forces, 21 SAS (R), Equestrian, Survival Instructor and Patrol Physician. He claimed to be serving twice in North Africa.

 

PM Modi to Feature on Bear Grylls' Man Vs Wild - Photogallery

Bayer Grylls with PM Modi

In 2007, Grylls claimed that he had set a new world record by flying over the Himalayas, more than Mount Everest, by the Parajet Paramotor. Grylls flew from the height of 14,500 ft 8 miles south of the mountain. Grylls reported that during the climb he See the peak below and over -60 ° C temperature. They severely low oxygen levels and finally reached 29,500 feet, which is about 10,000 feet above the previous record of 20,019 feet. This adventure was filmed for Discovery Channel worldwide as well as Channel 4 for the UK.

 

With a raft and a spear,
Grylls hosted a series called “Bourne Survivor: Bear Grylls” for Channel 4 in Britain, which was broadcast in the form of Man versus Wild in Australia, Canada and USA and as Ultimate Survivor on Discovery Channel in Europe, Asia, and Africa. In this series, Grylls are left in inaccessible places and the audience is shown how they live in those places
All the Grylls campaigns and stunts raise money for charitable organizations.

India's strongman PM: Modi to appear on Bear Grylls' Man vs Wild

Grylls is the Ambassador of The Prince’s Trust, an organization that provides training, financial support and practical support to young people in the United Kingdom. Plus, Grylls is Vice President of JoLt Trust, a small charity that takes disabled, deprived, oppressed or neglected young people to a challenging campaign throughout the month.

 

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