India’s first doctor couple to scale Mt. Everest
A surgeon couple from Gujarat scripted records on Friday by turning into the first Indian physician couple to scale Mt. Everest, at the same time as some other Indian climbers conquered the world’s fourth-maximum height without the use of supplemental oxygen, Nepal’s media stated on Saturday. Dr. Hemant Lalitchandra Leuva and his spouse Dr. Surbhiben Hemant Leuva stood atop the 8,849-meter (29,032-foot) summit at around 8:30 am on Friday, turning into the first Indian physician couple to climb the world’s maximum height, stated Rishi Bhandari, Managing Director at Satori Adventure. Hemant is a professor of surgical treatment at NHL Municipal Medical College and his spouse works as a leader clinical officer with Gujarat Vidyapith. The Himalayan Times stated that the couple, serving at specific health centers in Ahmedabad, made it to the pinnacle of Mt Everest with the message of saving the environment.
Skalzang Rigzin, a climber from Ladakh, made it to the pinnacle of Mt Lhotse (8,516m) on Friday morning, consistent with Babu Sherpa, Managing Director at Peak Promotion Pvt Ltd, the newspaper stated in a separate report. Rigzin, 41, is the first Indian climber to have reached Mt Annapurna without the use of supplemental oxygen. He climbed Mt Annapurna on April 28. “Rigzin finished his 2nd 8000er in sixteen days without the use of bottled oxygen support,” Sherpa stated.
Baljeet Kaur, a 27-year-old Indian lady climber from Himachal Pradesh, set a document for conquering mountain peaks in Nepal above 8,000 meters within weeks on Thursday. Kaur scaled Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m) on Thursday morning at 4:20 (local time). She had climbed Mt. Annapurna I (8,091m) on April 28. Last week, Priyanka Mohite from Maharashtra have become the first Indian lady to have scaled 5 peaks, all above 8,000 meters. Hundreds of overseas climbers and Sherpa courses will try to climb Mt. Everest in May whilst climate situations within the Himalayan peaks are beneficial for climbing.