15 Mount Everest Climbers to share their experience at Central Coalfields during Mount Everest Summit in Ranchi

Ranchi: Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) Official Harsh Nath Mishra addressed a press conference at CCL Headquarters in Ranchi on Saturday.

He said, for the first time in India, 15 Mount Everest conquerors will gather together in Ranchi on Sunday.

All the mountaineers will share their experiences in Everest Summit organized by Modern Pythian Games in association with CCL and Idiot Inspire Ignite Foundation at CCL Auditorium.

One of the biggest challenges the world has overcome.

We’ll reflect on their improbable journeys and reflect on the inspiration for their indomitable courage that drove them to the pinnacle of success.

The Summit features the son and two sons of Tenzing Norgay of Darjeeling, the first man to climb Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain peak.

Jamling Tenzing Norgay, who has won Bar Everett, will be the main speaker.

The winners include Premlata Agarwal, Vinita Soren, and Hemant Gupta from Jharkhand; Satyarup Siddhanta from West Bengal, Arunima Sinha from Uttar Pradesh, Colonel Ranveer Jamwal from Jammu and Kashmir, Megha Parmar from Madhya Pradesh, Priyanka Mohite from Karnataka, Manisha Waghmare, Kuntal Joisher from Maharashtra, and Aditi Vaidya and Anuja Vaidya from Gujarat.

The summit is being organized with the support of CCL, Cyberpeace, Hero MotoCorp, Amway, CMPDI, and Modern Pythian Games.

The event marks the completion of 70 years since Everest was conquered.

All climbers share stories of courage, experiences, and triumphs during their climbs

The objective of the Samiti is to show the youth that even the seemingly impossible summits can be conquered with courage.

Gupta also mentioned that in 1953 two men, Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay of Darjeeling, had conquered Everest for the first time in the world.

All the mountaineers will share stories of courage, experience and victory during their climb.

The purpose of the summit is to tell the young generation that even the peaks considered impossible can be won on the strength of courage.

Arunima Sinha – Arunima Sinha of Uttar Pradesh is a Divyang woman who has conquered the world’s seven highest peaks.

Apart from Everest, he has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus, Mount Kosciuszko, Mount Aconcagua, Mount Denali, and Mount Vinson.

Arunima has been awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India.

Premlata Agarwal – Premlata Agarwal is the first Indian woman to successfully climb all the seven peaks of the world.

She took climbing training for climbing from Bachendri Pal, the first Indian woman to conquer Everest.

Premlata has received Padma Shri in 2013 and Tenzing Norgay Award in 2017.

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