Indian climber Anshu Jamsenpa creates history; scales Mount Everest two times within five days


Amar Ashok Jajoo | May 21, 2017 17:55

Anshu Jamsenpa, a 32-year-old Indian climber from Arunachal Pradesh, created history today by scaling the Mount Everest twice in just a week.
Anshu Jamsenpa

Anshu Jamsenpa, a 32-year-old Indian climber from Arunachal Pradesh, created history today by scaling the Mount Everest twice in just a week! She has created a world record for being the first woman climber to scale Mount Everest twice within five days.

Anshu scaled the Everest for the first time when she reached the top of the mountain at 9:15 am on May 16. After she came back, she returned to scale the mountain for a second time. She reached the top of the mountain again on Sunday at 8 am. Anshu has now in total scaled the Mount Everest five times.

Anshu, who’s a mother of two, was blessed by Tibetian spiritual leader Dalai Lama before she left for the Everest expedition.