An Indian woman named Jamsenpa has broken record after climbing Mount Everest for the second time in under seven days, her team stated, setting a women’s record for a twofold rising of the world’s highest mountain in a single season.
The 37-year-old, came back from the 8,848-meter (29,028-feet) peak on May 16, preceding pivoting after a short rest to rehash the accomplishment.
“Anshu reached the summit of Everest at 8:00 am (0215 GMT) today for the second time this season, setting another record,” said Dawa Lama of Dream Himalaya Adventures.
Jamsenpa, who already has two kids, was honored by Tibetan profound pioneer the Dalai Lama before leaving.
The current female record, certified by Guinness World Records, is held by Nepali climber Chhurim Sherpa, who in 2012 became the first woman to climb the peak twice in a season
Jamsenpa has already climbed Mount Everest five times.