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TEMBA TSHERI SHERPA

I was raised in village and I used to go village school for more than 3 years, after that my Dad took me another place for better education which was one day walk from my village. Specially in winter it’s was hard for us because we didn’t have enough cloths to cover the body and shoes in frozen ice. During monsoon time we movie higher and come down in winter for the grass.

I was born in Dolakha District, Gaurishanker VDC, and Eastern part of Nepal. Only 300Km from capital of Nepal. Though its very near, its very hard to get there. One full day bus ride and two full days walking. But now days it’s much easier. We can reach there within two day. I was raised in village and I used to go village school for more than 3 years, after that my Dad took me another place for better education which was one day walk from my village. Most of people were farmers and most of them used to do trekking as a porter. Even mom and dad used to trekking when I was kid. Almost all the male people used to go trekking in season and rest of time back to village for framing. We used to have many goats and cow. We used to live in jungle for a month with them and movie with according to season and time being.

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Specially in winter it’s was hard for us because we didn’t have enough cloths to cover the body and shoes in frozen ice.

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It was very hard time for us and for all the family who lost the family during the earth quake. May they rest in Peace.

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TEmba on Media/ Press

TEmba on Media/ Press

ICON OF NEPAL

It was a season of triumph, tragedy and tumbling records. Sixteen-year-old Temba Tsheri Sherpa stepped on Mt Everest on 23 May to become the youngest climber ever to scale the summit. The schoolboy from Tashigaon, Rolwaling who lost five fingers to frostbite while attempting Everest from the south last spring made it up from the northern side this time. Temba, climbing with the International Everest Expedition, replaced the record set by 17-year-old French climber
Bertrand Roche in 1990. Roche, also a member of this International Everest Expedition, set another record this spring, when with his wife Claire, he paraglided from the summit of Everest (north side) to reach Base Camp in eight minutes. On the summit two hours after Temba was 28 year-old Lhakpa Sherpa, who become the first Nepali woman to climb the mountain from both sides. Lhakpa summitted Everest from the Nepali side last spring.

If Temba was the youngest, 64 year-old American Sherman Bull became the oldest man to reach the top of the world. He was accompanied by his son Brad, and now there has been a father-son duo atop Everest. The Bulls reached the summit on 25 May. There's more: 32-year-old Erik Weihenmeyer became the first blind climber to reach the summit, also on 25 May. The climber from Colorado followed the sound of bells to the top. The spring mountaineering season also saw the first successful expedition on Mt Lhotse Middle, 8,413m, from the west side, by a group of Russian climbers on 23 May.

But there was also tragedy on Everest. Four climbers, including Babu Chiri Sherpa, who holds the sprinting record up Everest (16 hours, 56 minutes) died on the mountain. An Austrian, an Australian and a Russian climber were other casualties.


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In 2000 I went to climb Everest, my dad and elder brother was also with me and some of other relatives. I was only 14 years by the time and was youngest until now.


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Panipokhari Kathmandu, Nepal

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Temba Tsheri Sherpa
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