As per the media report Malavath Purna, a thirteen years old Indian tribal woman has broken the record of Mount Everest mountaineering by scaling the Everest peak at the Sunday morning (on 25th of May 2014) at 6 am after 52 days long journey. She is a committed student of the “Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential School”. Now, she has become the world’s youngest girl who reached to the Mount Everest peak. She was accompanied by her fellow named Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar (17 years old), a student from class IX from the same school at Khammam district, Telangana. Malavath Purna is a lovely daughter of the Mrs. Laxmi (mother) and Mr. Devidas (father) who are working as an agricultural labourer at “Kaliveri village, Sirikonda mandal, Nizamabad”. Both of the students got selected after the competition among approximately 150 students belongs to the field of adventure sports. Around 20 students were selected to get training from the “prestigious mountaineering Institute in Darjeeling” however, only 9 of them got selected after the hard training to go to the expedition for “Indo-China border”. And only two students (Malavath Purna and Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar), having strong ability of toughness and endurance, got selected to sent to the Everest mountaineering in the month April. Now, both of them are very safe and returned to their base camp. Date: May 26, 2014 Related Information Malavath Purna Biography First Indian Woman to Climb Mount Everest Bachendri...

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