Born in Hisar of Haryana in north-western India, Shivangi Pathak climbed Mount Everest exploring a message that women could overcome every obstacle to achieve their goals.
Pathak said that she was inspired by Arunima Sinha, who was the first Indian amputee to scale the nearly 29,000 ft peak.
“Javier Camacho (Spain) and Jangbu Sherpa also climbed Mt. Everest this morning,” Thaneswar Guragai of Seven Summit Treks was quoted by the Himalayan Times as saying.
He added, “The chairman at Pioneer Adventure Pvt. Ltd shared that Szczepan Janusz Brzeski and Magdalena Katorzyna of Poland, Bhagwan Chawale and Prajit Pardesi from India as well as Phunjo Jangmu Lama and Diki Sherpa scaled Mt. Everest this morning.”
Tourism Mail | 5th June, 2018
KATHMANDU, June 5: The Nepal Tourism Travel Summit in UK concluded with fruitful networking session between Nepalese and UK industry professionals helping compatible partners discover each other. The Summit...
| 21st January, 2018
Kathmandu, Jan 21: A two week ‘Rafting River Guide Training’ organized in collaboration between the Nepal Association of Rafting Agency (NARA) and Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management...