International Mountain Day Today: Megha and Bhavna, who climbed Mount Everest, said that there was a time when death was imminent.

 International Mountain Day Today: Megha and Bhavna, who climbed Mount Everest, said that there was a time when death was imminent.

Megha and Bhavna reached the highest peak in the world in the year 2019, had been preparing to climb Everest for years

There are four camps in the Mount Everest expedition, the fourth camp is called the Death Zone, where most deaths occur.

Today is International Mountain Day.  We are telling you the story of climbing Mount Everest (8848.86 meters), the highest peak in the world.  The story is told by two young women who have climbed Mount Everest in 2019.  The first is Megha Parmar of Bhojnagar village in Sihor, Madhya Pradesh.  She is the first woman from her state to climb Mount Everest.  The other is Dehria, the spirit of Chhindwada in Madhya Pradesh.  The story of Mount Everest, from the mouths of those who climbed it …

Megha and Bhavna say- When we reach the How Altitude there is very little oxygen.  We reach the base camp, which is at an altitude of 5645 meters.  There the heart seems to beat very fast.  It’s as if the stairs of a 10-story building have been climbed many times, the beating is something like that.  The entire trip is two months long.  It has four camps.  The challenges are growing in every camp.

Our shoes weigh a couple of kilos, with a crampon on the bottom (a metal plate that doesn’t make the feet slippery).  We always do climbing at night, as there is a risk of avalanches during the day, when it is snowing at night.  The hardest is to cross the Aquarius Glacier.

It is not that you will reach the highest peak in the world at once.  You go first, then come back.  Go again, come back again.  This continues.  From base camp we people go to Camp-1.  Then back to base camp.  The legs are very tired there.  Water is not always available for drinking.  Every time the body breaks from the inside.  Not even breathing.  The legs tremble when he moves while crossing the stairs.  At that time, it is necessary to increase the courage that not surnames, this can also happen.

During the Everest expedition, climbers have to face such different challenges to reach the summit.

After reaching Camp-1, we dig ice there and melt it.  We drink the same water.  Drinking soup.  A lot of headaches at first.  Many people have vomiting of blood.  If oxygen does not reach around the brain, the thinking stops.  Sleep does not come.  Can’t sleep even an hour.  The night temperature there drops to minus 15 degrees but we call it the Safe Zone, as the glacier does not begin to melt there.

We can cook until base camp.  We can make dal-bhat.  We can eat non veg.  On top of that it all shuts down.  When you are at altitude, you have to eat food that is cooked in a few seconds.  Even eating it falls in a matter of seconds.  Because in a few minutes it freezes.

After a two to three day rest the journey to Camp-2 begins.  The challenges of Camp-2 are more.  The wind blows there very fast.  The wind was blowing at a speed of 80 km per hour when we people went.  Our tents were flying.  At night we four people were sitting holding the tent so that it would not fly away somewhere.  Often the throat is dry.  It is very difficult to spend the night there.  The next destination is Camp-3.

The higher the altitude, the greater the challenge.  Facial skin seems to peel off.  In many places blood comes up.  After that the journey to Camp-4 i.e. Death Zone begins.  Oxygen supplementation is started only after Camp-3, as there is no breathing at all after that.  The highest death toll is in Camp-4.  Some people lose their lives due to depletion of oxygen.

Training for the Everest expedition has to start at least a year in advance.

The wind blows there at a speed of 180 km per hour.  Looking for a weather report before the final climb.  There are three or four days in a month, one of which you can climb.

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It is common to die in Camp-4.  There have been so many deaths, corpses lying covered in snow.  Many times we have to walk on corpses.  Continuous movement has to be done.  Because not walking can lead to blood clots.  Which can lead to your death.  The rhythm of the legs has to be maintained properly.  The challenge in all of this is to retain oxygen.  Many people die simply because their oxygen supply is cut off.

We often have to walk over corpses while passing through Camp-4.  There were also occasions when they could only proceed on the basis of corpses.  By the end of the camp, the body was completely broken.  It seemed as if life would not survive.  It often occurred to me that let it be, let it be.  Then your other mind has to think whether or not to do it.  Amidst all these challenges we were finally on Everest on May 22nd.  Megha reached Everest at 5 a.m. and a few hours later the spirit also reached the summit.

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