The First Indian Woman to Scale Mt Everest For The Fourth Time! : Meet Anshu Jamsenpa
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On Tuesday, Jamsenpa historically scaled the Mount Everest for the fourth time, making her the first Indian lady to accomplish this feat.

In any case, that is not all, she would like to endeavor a twofold rising to the world's highest peak and make it a record-breaking five climbs.

As indicated by reports, on April 2 Tibetan otherworldly pioneer the Dalai Lama hailed off the mountain dweller's campaign from Guwahati in Assam. Following 38 days of acclimatization at the Everest Base Camp from April 4 to May 12, she began her climb.

Subsequent to spreading out the tricolor and clicking tribute photographs, Jamsenpa addressed authorities at the Everest Base Camp and in Kathmandu over a satellite telephone.

She recognized the bolster stretched out by State Bank of India, North Eastern Council, Numaligarh Refinery Limited, North Eastern Electric Power Corporation, Arunachal Pradesh government and all her past partners for her prosperity.

She has now begun plummeting to the base camp. In any case, she is unfaltering about backpedaling to top, once again.

The First Indian Woman to Scale Mt Everest For The Fourth Time! : Meet Anshu Jamsenpa

The First Indian Woman to Scale Mt Everest For The Fourth Time! : Meet Anshu Jamsenpa

 
 


 
 


 
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