At the moment when children all around India are worried about their exam results, there’s one girl who is busy fulfilling her childhood dream. Shivangi Pathak a 16-year-old girl became India's Youngest woman to climb Mount Everest - world’s highest peak on May 17, 2018. PM Narendra Modi called this achievement of Shivangi Pathak “Stupendous accomplishment” and congratulated her through a tweet. Pathak who started her journey to the Everest reached Kathmandu in April. After conquering the highest peak, she stated that
Shivangi Pathak, who completed her courses in mountaineering from Delhi’s Jawahar Institute of Mountain, participated in different high-altitude training programmes in Kashmir’s glaciers. When asked who inspired her, she said the first Indian amputee to scale the nearly 29,000 ft peak Arunima Sinha has been her ideal every day. The selection process for mountaineering course started in July 2017, where 60 students applied, out of which only 45 students were selected. Earlier this month four tribal students from Maharashtra had also successfully climbed Mount Everest. Well, this young champ just proved that women can conquer any obstacle to achieve their target. This is a great example for all the ladies around the world that their dreams can come true if they take an initiative to achieve them.
“I am here to fulfill my childhood dream. I have my only mission to conquer every mountain on this beautiful planet”