NEW DELHI: A 13 year old Indian mountaineer girl who came from a poor farmer’s family became the youngest girl who reached at the top of the highest mountain of the world.
During this venturous journey, she happened to meet six dead bodies on her way at 3,300 meters which made her fearsome yet she managed to gather her courage and confidence that she learned from her trainings.
“When I reached the top of Everest, very good experience. I feel great and proud, and I shed joyful tears,” she expressed emotionally and happily during the press conference held on June 4 after she returned from her destiny.
The history maker Malavath Poorna said,” It was very difficult. Every step was a dangerous step.”
It should be kept in mind that she belonged to a poor family who, however, encouraged her during her eight months of hard training; and she was also sponsored by the Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Educational Institution Society which was established to help underprivileged children.
It is also worth to remember that the American youngest boy, Jordan Romero, who reached the summit of the same mountain when he was at the age of 13.