Malavath Purna become the youngest girl to climb Mount Everest

Malavath is very happy after achieving what he dreamed of . After a 52-day-long expedition, they pitched the national flag and the picture of B.R. Ambedkar on top of this world famous and most visited peak .

 

Andhra girl become the youngest to climb Mount Everest

Malavath Purna photos, youngest indians to climb mount everest

Malavath Purna

Malavath Purna is just 13 year and 11 months old teenage girl from Andhra Pradesh state of India and she has become the youngest female climber to scale  world’s highest peak Mount Everest . She achieved this  historic feat along with 16-year-old Sadhanapalli Anand .

Malavath is very happy after achieving what he dreamed of . After a 52-day-long expedition, they pitched the national flag and the picture of B.R. Ambedkar on top of this world famous and most visited peak .

 

What is extraordinary  about their task is that both students are from  rural and poor backgrounds and are students of government educational institutions .Purna’s parents are  agricultural labourers in a village and Anand’s father is a cycle  mechanic .

Besides Anand has become the first Dalit to conquer this tallest peak.

Purna is basically from Tadwai village of Nizamabad district and is currently studying in class 9  at Gurukul Pathshala.This is actually a residential school under the social welfare department. 16-year-old Sadhanapalli Anand  is in class 11 at the social welfare college in Khammam district.

Purna and Anand, were sent to the Everest Expedition in the month of  April in view of their high degree of endurance , toughness and weather conditions .

YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) president Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy has congratulated these students for worthy and  historic feat. The students brought glory to nation and community .

This tribal girl Purna has really done an appreciable job  by conquering  Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world and is now the youngest girl to do this task .


Poorna, daughter of farm labourers from Andhra Pradesh’s Nizamabad district, studies in Class IX in a government-run social welfare hostel. On this unique mission, along with Poorna, is Anand, another Class IX student, who is the son of a cycle mechanic from the state’s Khammam district.



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