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Indian girl becomes the youngest female to scale the Mt. Everest

 

Malavath Purna (1)
Malavath Poorna, the youngest female to scale the Mt. Everest is studying IX class in APSWR School at Thadwai in Nizamanabad district. She was born on June 10, 2000 to Mrs Laxmi and Mr Devidas who are mere agriculture labourers working at pakhala village of siriconda mandal. Full Details.

Anand and Purna are both students of Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Educational Society.

“They climbed Everest at 6 am today after a 52-day long expedition,” he said.

“Purna created a record by becoming by youngest girl to climb the Everest,” he said.

The duo were selected among about 150 children who were initially chosen for adventure sports as part of the society’s initiative to promote excellence in the students of the society, he said.

Image: http://apswreis.cgg.gov.in/  | 3-year-old Malavath Purna today became the youngest female climber to scale the Mount Everest.

Image: http://apswreis.cgg.gov.in/ | 3-year-old Malavath Purna today became the youngest female climber to scale the Mount Everest.

Malavath Poorna and Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar, after having reached 21,300 feet on their way to scaling Mount Everest (29,035 feet)

Malavath Poorna and Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar, after having reached 21,300 feet on their way to scaling Mount Everest (29,035 feet)

 

 

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