World-renowned mountaineer Anita Kundu has destroyed Rudragaira in Uttarakhand. His campaign was to promote a fitness movement run by the Prime Minister and the Sports Minister. During this time Anita fought many disasters. There were adversities at every step, but he reached the top with courage. Anita left home on September 25 for this campaign, starting the climb from Gangotri at 5am on the 28th.
Anita was leading a team of 25 mountaineers across the country under this expedition. Anita said via satellite that she has made the campaign a success in six days through six dangerous routes. Let me tell you that Anita recently received the biggest award of adventure in the hands of President Tenzing Norgay. The height of Rudugaira is 5800 meters. But it is a technological mountain. It has its own geographical location.
Yo sai #Mount_rudugaira Its peak image is how many papad chains can be seen to reach it. We do photography right where there is no danger, it is difficult to save lives in a dangerous way, if it can show its obstacles properly, it is more popular than a game like cricket. pic.twitter.com/dQwVAVGsIuAdvertisement
– Anita Kundu (@ImonAnitakundu) 42020 October
I stepped down: Kundu
Mountaineer Anita Kundu further said that many places were scary, but I kept my footsteps and was finally able to wave the tricolor at the summit on the morning of 3 October. When I was going down after touching the top, a rock was rolling from above and went down with my feet. Thankfully, I survived narrowly because of having a divine head. There are many such dangerous situations at every step of the mountain.
Mother and Taur’s great contribution to success
Anita said that my mother and my aunt played an important role in my success. My mother believed in me even in adversity and my tau always encouraged me to read and play. Anita said that my dream is that every girl can read and play with the name of her parents and country. The way I fought my situation, they all faced the challenges in their lives with courage and succeeded in their lives.