Indian summiters of Mount Everest - Year wise

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Details of Indian Summitters[edit]

The attempt to reach on summit of Mount Everest began in 1960 by India. The first Indian reached on summit was in 1965 Led by Captain M.S. Kohli. A total of 465 accents by 422 Indians from 1965 to 2018 . A total of 43 multiple summit by 29 multiple summitters. A total of 81 woman accents by 74 women.A total of 7 multiple woman summit by 4 multiple woman summitters. A total of 8 Indians died on descending.

Mountaineer Bhawna Dehariya- The first women from Madhya Pradesh (India) climb Mount Everest

It was on May 22, 2019 that Mountaineer Bhawna Dehariya, climbed the Mount Everest and flag tricolor at the highest peak of the world and becoming one of the first women from Madhya Pradesh to achieve this feat in her first attempt without any injury.

Avtar Singh Cheema - The first Indian climb the Everest[edit]

It was on May 20, 1965 that Lt Col Avatar. S. Cheema and Nawang Gombu Sherpa, climbed the peak and stood atop Mount Everest, thus Lt Col Avatar. S. Cheema becoming the first Indian to achieve this feat.

Nawang Gombu- The first man climb the Mount Everest twice[edit]

It was on May 20, 1965 that Nawang Gombu Sherpa and Lt Col Avatar. S. Cheema , climbed the peak and stood atop Mount Everest, thus Nawang Gombu Sherpa becoming the first man climb the Mount Everest twice.

Bachendri Pal- The first Indian woman climb the Everest[edit]

On May 23, 1984, Ms.Bachendri Pal climbed Everest, achieves history as the first Indian woman to conquer Everest.[1]

Santosh Yadav - The first woman climb the Mount Everest twice[edit]

On May 10, 1993, Ms. Santosh Yadav climbs the summit second time, became the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest twice,Her first summit was in 1992 Indo-Tibetan Border Police Expedition to Mount Everest [2]

Dickie Dolma - The youngest woman in the world to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On May 10, 1993, Ms. Dicky Dolma climbs the summit, became the youngest women (19) years in the world to climb the highest peak in the world [3]

Nima Wangchuck -The oldest Indian climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Nima Wangchuck Sherpa (Gangtok) climbs to the top of the age of 59, becoming the oldest Indian to conquer Everest.[dubious ]

Krushnaa Patil - The youngest Indian woman in the world to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On 21 May 2009, Ms. Krushnaa Patil climbs the summit, became the youngest women (16 years and 7 months years old) in the world to climb the highest peak in the world. She was the first woman from Maharashtra [4]

Arjun Vajpayee -The youngest Indian climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On May 22, 2010, Arjun Vajpai the youngest Indian reached on summit. He achieved this feat at the age of 16 years, 11 months and 18 days.[5]

Anshu Jamsenpa - First Double Access[edit]

Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa summited the tallest mountain in the world on May 12 and May 21.[6]

Premlata Agarwal- Oldest Indian woman climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Ms. Ms. Premlata Agrawal became the oldest Indian woman to have scaled Mount Everest at the age of 48.[7]

Arunima Sinha - World's First Female Amputee[edit]

Ms. Arunima Sinha Create a new history on 21 May 2013, the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest.[8]

Tashi and Nungshi Malik -First Siblings and First Twins[edit]

Ms. Ms. Nungshi Malik and Ms. Ms. Tashi Malik the first twins to climb Mount Everest together; summitted.[9]

Unnikannan A. P. Veetil - the first Malayali to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Unnikannan A. P. Veetil reached on the summit on May 20, 2013 becoming the first Keralite to climb Mount Everest [10]

Malavath Poorna - The youngest girl to conquer the Mount Everest[edit]

Ms. Malavath Purna On 25 May 2014, at the age of 13 years and 11 months, became the youngest girl in the world to have reached the summit,[11][12],.[13]

Unnikannan A. P. Veetil - the first Malayali to climb Everest twice[edit]

As member of the Indian Army Massive Everest Expedition Unnikannan A. P. Veetil reached on the summit on May 20.2016 for the second time, achieved its historic feat of being the first Malayalee to conquer Everest twice.[14]

Anshu Jamsenpa - Fastest Double Summit, Most Time (5) by Indian Woman[edit]

Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa created a new history. The first woman in the world to scale the summit of Mount Everest twice in a season (and the first to do so within 5 days). It is also the fastest double ascents of the tallest crest by a woman. This was her fifth summit and thus she became the most time climbed Indian woman,.[15][16][17][18]

Anita Devi - the first Indian woman to climb the Mount Everest in both directions[edit]

Ms. Anita Devi become the first Indian woman to climb the peak from the both side, She climb the peak from South side in 2013,.[19][20]

Love Raj Singh -Most Time (7)to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu, a native of Uttarakhand, conquered Everest on May 20, 2018. This is also the highest achievement for an Indian who has conquered Everest the most number of times (7).[21]

Ajeet Bajaj & Ms. Dia Susanna - First father and daughter to conquer Everest together[edit]

Ajeet Bajaj & Ms. Dia Susanna Bajaj, A father and daughter native from Delhi, they made history by conquering Mount Everest, the world's tallest peak, on May 16.,[22][23]

Sangeeta Sindhi Bahl-Oldest Indian woman climb the Everest[edit]

Mis Sangeeta Sindhi Bahl 2018 and became the oldest Indian woman to have scaled the world's tallest peak, at the age of 53 years,[24][25]

Year 1960[edit]

1960 The first Indian Everest Expedition[edit]

The first Indian Expedition to scale Everest was in 1960 by Indian Army led by Brigadier Gyan Singh and this was unsuccessful. Climbers Colonel Narendra Kumar, Sonam Gyatso, and Sherpa Nawang Gombu reach up to 28,300 feet (8,625 meters) just 700 feet(223 meter) down to the goal, but due to extremely bad weather they had to turn back,.[26][27]

Year 1962[edit]

1962 The Second Indian Everest Expedition[edit]

The Second Indian Expedition to scale Everest was in 1962 by Indian Army led by Major John Dias and this was also unsuccessful.Climbers Captain M S Kohli, Sonam Gyatso, and Hari Dang reached up to 28,600 feet (8,720 meters) just 400 feet (131 meter) down to the goal, but due to extremely bad weather they also had to turn back.,.[28][29]

Year 1965[edit]

1965 The Third Indian Everest Expedition-First successful Indian Expedition of 1965[edit]

In 1965 the Third Indian Expedition by the Indian Army which was led by Captain M S Kohli, includes 21 core members of the expedition, and 50 climbing sherpas. The initial attempt was in end of April and due to bad weather they came back to base camp and wait for 2 weeks for better weather. Towards the end of May, the efforts of the Expedition was crowned with remarkable success when the Mount Everest was scaled in four successive attempts. Colonel Narendra "Bull" Kumar was the deputy leader of the team. India finally became the fourth country to scale the Mount Everest world's highest mountain

Records of the Expedition[edit]

  • First Indian team to successfully climb the Everest
  • First Indian Leader to successfully led the Everest – Captain M S Kohli
  • First time three climbers stood on the summit together
  • First time nine climbers reached the summit, setting a world record which India held for 17 years
  • First Man in the World to climb Everest twice – Nawang Gombu
  • First time that the Oldest (Sonam Gyatso at 42) and the Youngest (Sonam Wangyal at 23) climbed Everest together
  • First Nepalese to climb Everest – Phu Dorjee Sherpa

South Col side Summiters of the 1965 Indian Everest Expedition[edit]

  1. Avtar Singh Cheema
  2. Nawang Gombu Sherpa
  3. Sonam Gyatso
  4. Sonam Wangyal
  5. C. P. Vohra
  6. Ang Kami Sherpa
  7. H. P. S. Ahluwalia
  8. H. C. S. Rawat
  9. Phu Dorjee Sherpa

Years 1966 to 1983[edit]

No summitts by Indians in the years 1966 to 1983[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians for 19 years during the years 1966 to 1983.[33]

Year 1984[edit]

1984 Indian Everest Expedition[edit]

After the first successful expedition of 1965, there was no other expeditions for 19 years. In the 1984 the fourth Indian expedition, 1984 Indian Everest Expedition led by Darshan Kumar Khullar recorded a total of 5 ascents including Ms.Bachendri Pal the first woman summitter from India - all from the South side (Nepal). Lieutenant Colonel Prem Chand was the deputy leader,.[34][35] A total of 5 ascents, 4 of them was Indians and one of them was a woman.

Bachendri Pal- The first Indian woman climb the Everest[edit]

On May 23, 1984, Ms.Bachendri Pal climbed Everest, achieves history as the first Indian woman to conquer Everest.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Phu Dorjee Sherpa first Indian to summit without oxygen [36]
  2. Ms. Bachendri Pal
  3. Dorjee Lhatoo Sherpa
  4. Sonam Palzor Sherpa
  5. Ang Dorje Sherpa(Without use of bottled Oxygen)

Years 1985 to 1991[edit]

No summitts by Indians in the years 1985 to 1991[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians during the years 1985 to 1991.[37][38][39][40][41][42][43]

Year 1992[edit]

1992 Indo-Tibetan Border Police Expedition to Mount Everest[edit]

The 1992 Indo-Tibetan Border Police Expedition to Mount Everest by Indo-Tibetan Border Police,led by Additional Deputy Supernatant Major Hukam Singh on 1992 recorded a total of 8 ascents by Indians including Ms.Santosh Yadav.[44] The second woman summitter from India. Later in 1993 she scaled the summit second time and create a new history, the first woman in the world climbed Everest twice - all from the South side (Nepal). Indo-Tibetan Border Police, Senior Medical Officer Chittaranjan R. Pattanayak was the deputy leader,.[45][46] A total of 8 ascents by Indians

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sunil Dutta Sharma
  2. Prem Singh (First Time 2)
  3. Kanhaya Lal Pokhriyal
  4. Mohan Singh Gunjyal
  5. Ms.Santosh Yadav (First Time 2)
  6. Lobsang (Deepak)Sherpa Tsering (Darjeeling)
  7. Sange Muktuk Sherpa (Darjeeling) (First Time of 3)
  8. Wangchuk Sherpa (First Time of 2)

Year 1993[edit]

Year 1993 recorded a total of 12 ascents by Indians 7 of them was women.- 1 died – All from South side (Nepal)

1993 Indo-Nepalese Everest expedition[edit]

The 1993 Indo-Nepalese Everest expedition in 1993 was the first all women expedition, launched by Indian Mountaineering Foundation,funded by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. The 21-member team was led by Ms. Bachendri Pal. The historic expedition set up several world records at the time which included the largest number of persons (18) of a single expedition to climb Mount Everest, largest number of women (seven) from a single country to climb Mount Everest. Ms. Santosh Yadav, member of the team, became the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest twice, while Ms. Dicky Dolma became the youngest women (19) years in the world to climb the highest peak in the world. Ms. Santosh Yadav and Rita Gombu Marwah was the deputy leaders,[47][48],.[49] A total of 18 ascents, 11 of them was Indians,Seven of them was women.

Santosh Yadav - The first woman climb the Mount Everest twice[edit]

On May 10, 1993, Ms. Santosh Yadav climbs the summit second time, became the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest twice,Her first summit was in 1992 Indo-Tibetan Border Police Expedition to Mount Everest.

Dickie Dolma - The youngest woman in the world to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On May 10, 1993, Ms. Dicky Dolma climbs the summit, became the youngest women (19) years in the world to climb the highest peak in the world.

Most people on one expedition (18)[edit]

A total of 18 people climbed Everest during the expedition. With this, the group set the record for the highest number of climbing Everest.

Most women (7)[edit]

A total of 7 women climbed Everest during the expedition. The group achieved the feat of setting the record for the most women to ever conquer Everest.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Santosh Yadav (Second time(2 of 2), become the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest twice)
  2. Ms. Dicky Dolma
  3. Ms. Kunga Bhutia
  4. Dal Dev (Baldev) Kunwar
  5. Nima Norbu Dolma
  6. Ms. Suman Kutiyal
  7. Ms. Savita Martolia
  8. Ms. Deepu Sharma
  9. Rajiv Sharma
  10. Ms. Radha Devi Thakur (Thakura aka Binurma)
  11. Kusang Dorje Sherpa (First Time of 5)
  12. Lopsang Jangbu Sherpa
  13. Dorje (Dorje Lambu, Big Dorje) Sherpa
  14. Ngatemba Sherpa
  15. Ngatemba (Nga Temba) Sherpa
  16. Nima Dorje I Sherpa
  17. Ongada Chiring Sherpa aka Tshering
  18. Tenzing Sherpa

1993 Australian Macedonian Everest Expedition[edit]

South Col side summiters[edit]

Lobsang Tshering Bhotia Nephew of Tenzing Norgay as member of 1993 Australian Macedonian Everest Expedition led by Tashi Wangchuk Tenzing reached on the top but died by fall at the time of descending.

  1. Lobsang Tshering Bhotia( Died by fall at the time of descending)[50]

Years 1994 & 1995[edit]

No summitts by Indians in the years 1994 & 1995[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the years 1994 and 1995.[51][52]

Year 1996[edit]

Year 1996 recorded a total of 8 ascents by Indians and 3 of them died – All from North side (China/ Tibet), first time North Col side

1996 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest[edit]

The second 1996 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest led by Mohinder Singh -North Col-North East Ridge by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police to reach the summit of Mount Everest happened in the background of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, and resulted in three summitters of the expedition dying. The expedition credited as being the first Indian ascent of Everest from the North Side and a total 8 persons reach on the summit,.[53][54] Indo-Tibetan Border Police, personnel Parash Mani Das and Harbhajan Singh was the deputy leaders.

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Tsewang Paljor. Died in the way back. Until 2014, Paljor's body, now known as "Green Boots", served as a landmark for people to use to gauge their distance to the summit.
  2. Dorje Morup. Died in the way back
  3. Tsewang Samanla. Died in the way back
  4. Tashi Ram Negi
  5. Hira Ram Singh (First Time of 2)
  6. Kusang Dorjee Sherpa (2nd Time of 5)
  7. Nadre Sherpa (First Time of 2)
  8. Sange Muktuk Sherpa (2nd Time of 3)

Year 1997[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 1997[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 1997

Year 1998[edit]

Year 1998 recorded a total of 3 ascents by Indians All from North side (China/ Tibet)

1998 Independence Golden Jubilee Everest Expedition[edit]

In 1998, an expedition to Mount Everest led by Hrishikesh Yadav of Mumbai brother Santosh Yadav. During this expedition a total of 8 persons reach on the summit, 2 of them was Indians and 6 sherpas. This was the first successful Indian civilian expedition any 8000 over peak, .[55][56]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Surendra Chavan (The first from Maharashtra)
  2. Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu (1st time of 7)
  3. Dawa Tashi Sherpa
  4. Dawa Norbu II Sherpa
  5. Tamtin (Thomting, Tamding) Sherpa
  6. Nawang Tenzing Sherpa I
  7. Phinzo Norbu Sherpa
  8. Niam Gyalzen Sherpa

1998 Himalayan Kingdom Everest Expedition[edit]

Another Indian Kusang Dorjee Sherpa reached on the top as hired member Himalayan Kingdom expedition led by David Walsh

  1. Kusang Dorjee Sherpa (3rd Time of 5)

Year 1999[edit]

Year 1999 recorded a total of 4 ascents by Indians – All from South side (Nepal)

1999 Millennium Indian Everest Expedition[edit]

The 1999 Indian Everest Millennium Expedition Spring Kangshung Face was led by Santosh Yadav. During this expedition a total of 4 ascents by Indians.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Amar Prakash Dogra (First Time of 2)
  2. Kusang Dorjee Sherpa (Fourth Time of 5)
  3. Sange Muktuk Sherpa (3rd Time of 3)
  4. Dinesh Kumar ( First Time of 2)

Year 2000[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2000[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2000.[57]

Year 2001[edit]

Year 2001 recorded a total of 7 ascents by Indians – All from South side (Nepal)

2001 Indian Army Mount Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2001 Indian Army Mount Everest Expedition was led by Infantry Colonel Krishan Kumar, During this expedition a total of 15 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 8 sherpas. Satish Chander Sharma was the deputy leader.,,.[58][59][60][61]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Chanchal Singh Dhasila
  2. Neel Chand Dogra
  3. Mohinder Singh Negi
  4. Palden Giachho Negi
  5. Amar Prakash Dogra (2nd Time of 2)
  6. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat (First Time of 3)
  7. Chering Norbu Bodh
  8. Til Bikram Budhathoki
  9. Dendi Sherpa
  10. Lhakpa Nuru Sherpa
  11. Mingma Tshering (Mingma Chhiri) Sherpa
  12. Nga Temba Sherpa
  13. Pasang Gelu Sherpa
  14. Pasang Rinji Sherpa
  15. Pasang Tendi Sherpa

Year 2002[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2002[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2002.[62]

Year 2003[edit]

Year 2003 recorded a total of 11 ascents by Indians – 9 from the South side (Nepal) and 2 from North side (China/ Tibet)

2003 Indo-Nepal Army on Everest and Lhotse Expedition[edit]

2003 Indo-Nepal Army on Everest and Lhotse Expedition led by Colonel Ashok Abbey recorded a total of 16 persons reach on the summit, 9 of them was Indians and 7 sherpas. Major Chandra Shekhar Manda was the deputy leader,[63][64],.[65]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Angchuk Chhering
  2. Tashi Gyapo
  3. Rajendra Singh Jalal (First Time of 3)
  4. Jagat Singh Negi (First Time of 3)
  5. Lalit Kumar Negi
  6. Kunwar Singh Rawat
  7. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat (2nd Time of 3)
  8. Abhijeet Singh
  9. Lal Singh Thapa
  10. Damai Chhiri Sherpa
  11. Dendi Sherpa
  12. Pasang Sherpa
  13. Pasang Rinji Sherpa
  14. Pasang Rita Sherpa
  15. Pemba Rinzi/Rinji Sherpa
  16. Pemba Tshering (Pemba Chhiri) Sherpa

2003 Himalayan Mountaineering Institute Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2003 Himalayan Mountaineering Institute Everest Expedition led by principal of Himalayan Mountaineering Institute Colonel Vijay Singh Thakur recorded a total of 2 ascents by Indians.Kulwant Singh Dhami was the deputy leader.

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Kusang Dorjee Sherpa (Fifth time of 5)
  2. Nadre Sherpa (2nd Time of 2)

Year 2004[edit]

Year 2004 recorded a total of 5 ascents by Indians – All from North side (China/ Tibet)

2004 Indian Navy Mount Everest North Face Expedition[edit]

The First 2004 Indian Navy Mount Everest North Face Expedition by Indian Navy led by Satyabrata Dam recorded a total of 12 persons reach on the summit, 5 of them was Indians and 7 sherpas.Lieutenant Amit Pande was the deputy leader,[66][67],.[68]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Satyabrata Dam (First Time of 2)
  2. Dr Viking Bhanoo
  3. Abhishek Kankan
  4. Rakesh Kumar Lagwal
  5. Vikas Kumar Mehra

Year 2005[edit]

Year 2005 recorded a total of 12 ascents by Indians, 4 of them was women and one died – All from North side (China/ Tibet)

2005 Indian Army Women Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2005 Indian Army Women Everest Expedition was led by Major Saurabh Singh Shekhawat recorded a total of 15 persons reach on the summit, 9 of them was Indians and 6 sherpas. The deputy leader was Lieutenant colonel Anand Swaroop,[69][70],.[71]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat (3rd Time of 3)
  2. Topgay Bhutia
  3. Ms. Tsering Ladol
  4. Ms. Dachen Lhamo
  5. Ms. Sipra Majumdar
  6. Jagat Singh Negi (2nd Time of 3)
  7. Ms. Ashwini Ajitshing Sadekar Pawar
  8. Kaman Singh
  9. Surjeet Singh

2005 Indian Air Force Everest Expedition[edit]

The First 2005 Indian Air Force Everest Expedition by Indian Air Force led by Air Force wing commander Amit Chowdhury recorded a total of 7 persons reach on the summit, 3 of them was Indians and 4 sherpas.,[72] .[73]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sirigereshiva Shankarappa Chaitanya(Died by fall at the time of descending )[74]
  2. Niku Ram Chowdhary
  3. Ramesh Chandra Tripathi

Year 2006[edit]

Year 2006 recorded a total of 20 ascents by Indians, One died – 8 from the South side (Nepal) and 12 from North side (China/ Tibet).[75]

2006 Border Security Force(BSF) Everest Expedition[edit]

The First Border Security Force(BSF) Everest Expedition 2006 led by Major Sharab Chandub Negi recorded a total of 16 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 9 sherpas,.[76][77][78]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sharab Chandub Negi
  2. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu (2nd time of 7)
  3. Kamlash Kumar Bounthiyal
  4. Manoj Dahal (First time of 2)
  5. Kedar Singh Koranga
  6. Parveen Singh Lohia
  7. Bhagat Singh Rawat

Another South Col summitter of this year[edit]

As a Member of an expedition led by Arnold Coster Mastan Babu Malli reached on the top

  1. Mastan Babu Malli (The first person from Andhra Pradesh)

2006 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest[edit]

The third 2006 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest was led by Harbhajan Singh recorded a total of 14 persons reach on the summit, 12 of them was Indians and 2 sherpas. Prem Singh was the deputy leader.,[79][80]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Prem Singh (2nd Time of 2)
  2. Nawang Dorjey
  3. Mohammad Ali Khan
  4. Sri Kishan (Died by fall at the time of descending )
  5. Pradeep Kumar
  6. Vishal Mani Maithani
  7. Hira Ram Singh (2nd Time of 2)
  8. Pasang Tenzing Sherpa (Darjeeling) (First Time of 2)
  9. Wangchuk Sherpa (Darjeeling) (2nd Time of 2)
  10. Jot (Jyoti) Singh Bhandari
  11. Ongda Gyalzen Sherpa (Darjeeling) (First Time of 2)
  12. Sangay Furi Sherpa (Darjeeling)

Year 2007[edit]

Year 2007 recorded a total of 14 ascents by Indians – 13 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 1 from South side (Nepal).[81]

2007 Indian Army Everest Expedition[edit]

2007 Indian Army Everest Expedition led by Lt. Colonel Ishwar Singh Thapa recorded a total of 24 persons reach on the summit, 12 of them was Indians and 12 sherpas,[82][83] ,.[84]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Tsering Angchok
  2. Amar Dev Bhatt
  3. Maruti Khandagle
  4. Sachin Raosaheb Patil
  5. Dharmjot Singh
  6. Balwant Singh Negi
  7. Khem Chand Thakur
  8. Narendra Singh Chandel
  9. Dayanand Dhali
  10. Nandkumar Jagtap
  11. Ram Bahadur Mall
  12. Tejpal Singh Negi (2nd time of 2)

Another Summitters of this year[edit]

Shekhar Babu Bachinepally reached on the summit in the same year in another two men expedition

  1. Shekhar Babu Bachinepally

South Col side summiters of this year[edit]

Ongda Gyalzen Sherpa reached the summit as a sherpa in the Caudweel Xtreem Everest lead by Michael Patrick William (Mike) Grocott

  1. Ongda Gyalzen Sherpa (2nd time of 2)

Year 2008[edit]

Year 2008 recorded a total of 20 ascents by Indians 4 of them was women - all from the South side (Nepal).[85]

2008 Indian Army Snow Lion Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2008 Indian Army Snow Lion Everest Expedition led by Army officer Ashok Abbey recorded a total of 18 persons reach on the summit, 9 of them was Indians and 9 sherpas,.[86][87]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sonam Gurmey
  2. Pasang Tenzin Lektso
  3. Ms. Dechen Lhamo
  4. Thupten Lobsang (First time of 2)
  5. Jigmey Namgyal
  6. Tashi Phuntsok
  7. Tenzin Rigden
  8. Kumchok Tenpa (First time of 2)
  9. Champa Younten

2008 Gyamtsho Tshering Bhutia Everest Expedition[edit]

An Everest Expedition led by Gyamtsho Tshering Bhutia recorded a total of 22 persons reach on the summit, 10 of them was Indians and 12 sherpas.[88]

Nima Wangchuck -The oldest Indian climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Nima Wangchuck Sherpa (Gangtok) climbs to the top of the age of 59, becoming the oldest Indian to conquer Everest

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Dawa Dhendup Bhutia
  2. Kunzang Gyatso Bhutia
  3. Atul Karwal
  4. Yaduram Sharma
  5. Nima Wangchuk Sherpa (Gangtok) (The oldest Indian citizen to reach the summit at age of 59)
  6. Ms. Yangdi Sherpa
  7. Ashish Kumar Singh
  8. N. Suraj Singh
  9. Ram Singh
  10. Ms. Phul Maya Tamang

Another summiter of this year[edit]

With he help of 3 sherpas Ms. Kalpana Dash Indian lawyer and mountaineer reach on the top. She had attempted to climb Mount Everest twice before, once in 2004 and once in 2006, but failed due to bad weather and health conditions.

  1. Ms. Kalpana Dash(the first woman from Odisha)

Year 2009[edit]

Year 2009 recorded a total of 13 ascents by Indians 2 of them was women - all from the South side (Nepal).[89]

2009 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2009 Nehru Institute of Mountaineering Everest Expedition led by Mangal Murti Masur recorded a total of 17 persons reach on the summit, 10 of them was Indians and 7 sherpas.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Pratap Singh Bisht
  2. Ms. Kavita Burathoki
  3. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu (3rd time of 7)
  4. Vinod Gusain
  5. Satal Singh Panwar
  6. Khushal Singh Rana
  7. Dashrath Singh Rawat
  8. Dinesh Singh Rawat
  9. Vishveshvar Semwal
  10. Surendra Singh Bodh

Krushnaa Patil - The youngest Indian woman in the world to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On 21 May 2009, Ms. Krushnaa Patil climbs the summit, became the youngest women (16 years and 7 months years old) in the world to climb the highest peak in the world. She was the The first woman from Maharashtra [90]

  1. Ms. Krushnaa Madhav Patil (The first woman from Maharashtra)

Another summitters of this year[edit]

Another 3 persons reach on the summit through 3 other separate expeditions

  1. Gaurav Sharma
  2. Tapi Mra

Year 2010[edit]

Year 2010 recorded a total of 4 ascents by Indians through separate expectations, one ot them woman - all from the South side (Nepal).[91]

Arjun Vajpayee -The youngest Indian climb the Mount Everest[edit]

On May 22, 2010, Arjun Vajpai the youngest Indian reached on summit. He achieved this feat at the age of 16 years, 11 months and 18 days.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Basanta Kumar Singha Roy
  2. Debasish Biswas
  3. Arjun Vajpai
  4. Ms. Mamta Sodha

Year 2011[edit]

Year 2011 recorded a total of 20 ascents by 19 Indians(Double ascent Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa) 9 accents by 8 was women - all from the South side (Nepal).[92]

Premlata Agarwal- Oldest Indian woman climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Ms. Ms. Premlata Agrawal became the oldest Indian woman to have scaled Mount Everest at the age of 48 .

Anshu Jamsenpa - First Double Access[edit]

Anshu Jamsenpa summited the tallest mountain in the world on May 12 and May 21.

  1. Anshu Jamsenpa on May 12, 2011, 1st time of 5
  2. Anshu Jamsenpa on May 21, 2011, 2nd time of 5

2011 Indian Air Force Women Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2011 Indian Air Force Women Everest Expedition led by Lt. Colonel Narender Kumar Dahiya recorded a total of 19 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 12 sherpas,[93][94],.[95]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Nivedita Chaudhary
  2. Devidutta Panda
  3. Ms. Nirupama Pandey(First person from Bihar)
  4. Ganesh Singh Pokhariya
  5. Ms. Rajika Sharma
  6. Raju Sindhu
  7. Jasbir Singh

Another South Col side summiters in 2011[edit]

  1. Ms. Tine Mena (The first woman from Arunachal Pradesh)
  2. Jogabyasa Bhoi
  3. Ganesh Chandra Jena
  4. Dipankar Ghosh
  5. Rajib Bhattacharya
  6. Ms. Sunita Singh Choken
  7. Ms. Premlata Agrawal (became the oldest Indian woman to have scaled Mount Everest)
  8. Ms. Sushma Kaushik
  9. Vikas Kaushik
  10. Narinder Singh
  11. Pawan Grewal

Year 2012[edit]

Year 2012 recorded a total of 52 ascents by Indians, 10 of them was women - 7 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 45 from South side (Nepal).[96]

2012 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest[edit]

The fourth 2012 Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition to Mount Everest led by Prem Singh recorded a total of 8 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians Indians and 1 sherpa,.[97][98]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Krishna Prasad Gurung
  2. Pradeep Kumar Negi
  3. Pasang Tenzing Sherpa (2nd time of 2)
  4. Devendra Singh
  5. Virender Singh
  6. Ratan Singh Sonal
  7. Mingma Dorchi Sherpa

2012 Indian Army Women Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2012 Indian Army Women Everest Expedition led by Lt. Colonel Ajay Kothiyal recorded a total of 28 persons reach on the summit, 15 of them was Indians and 13 sherpas,[99][100]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Neha Bhatnagar
  2. Prabhu Dayal Bisht
  3. Ms. Prachi Ramesh Gole
  4. Rajendra Singh Jalal (2nd time of 3) [101]
  5. Ranveer Singh Jamwal(1st time of 3)
  6. Gary Jarman Lamare
  7. Ms. Smitha Laxman (First Woman from Karnataka).[102]
  8. Ms. Neikhrietuonuo Linyu
  9. Sherab Palden
  10. Ms. Deepika Rathore (First Time of 2)
  11. Ms. Namrata Rathore
  12. Ms. Poonam Sangwan
  13. Sudhir Singh (First Time of 2)
  14. Tejpal Singh Negi (2nd time of 2)
  15. Praveen Thapa

2012 Indian Army Snow lion Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2012 Indian Army Snow lion Everest Expedition led by Lt. Colonel Bhupesh Hada recorded a total of 11 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians Indians and 4 sherpas.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Bhupesh Hada
  2. Ms. Chokyi
  3. Chomphel
  4. Thupten Lobsang (2nd time of 2)
  5. Tenpa Tashi
  6. Thakpa Tenzing
  7. Tamding Tsewang

2012 Himalayan Mountaineering Institute Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2012 Himalayan Mountaineering Institute Everest Expedition by Himalayan Mountaineering Institute on 2012 led by Lt. Colonel Neeraj Rana recorded a total of 10 persons reach on the summit, 6 of them was Indians and 4 sherpas.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ngodup Bhutia
  2. Kamal Nayan
  3. Yamuna Prasad Paneru
  4. Pawel Sharma
  5. Phuchung Sherpa
  6. Mahavir Singh

Another summitters of this year 2012 [103][edit]

  1. Kazi Sherpa (First time of 2)
  2. Shrihari Ashok Tapkir
  3. Sagar Sanjay Palkar (d)
  4. Anand Ashok Bansode (d)
  5. Ms. Toolika Rani
  6. Ashish Sharad Mane
  7. Prasad Narendra Joshi
  8. Krishna Sukhadev Dhokale
  9. Chetan Shirish Ketkar
  10. Rupesh Bharat Khopade
  11. Surendra Ravindra Jalihal
  12. Rahul Balu Yelange
  13. Kapil Ruhil Singh
  14. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu (4th time of 7)
  15. Rajendra Singh Pal
  16. Meghlal Mahato
  17. Ms. Binita Soren

Year 2013[edit]

Year 2013 recorded a total of 67 ascents by Indians,11 of them was women - all from the South side (Nepal).[104]

Arunima Sinha -First Female Amputee[edit]

Arunima Sinha Crete a new history on 21 May 2013, the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest

  1. Arunima Sinha

Tashi and Nungshi Malik -First Siblings and First Twins[edit]

Ms. Nungshi Malik and Ms. Tashi Malik the first twins to climb Mount Everest together; summitted.

  1. Ms. Nungshi Malik
  2. Ms. Tashi Malik

2013 Indo Nepal Joint Army Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2013 Indo Nepal Joint Army Everest Expedition led by Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal recorded a total of 43 persons reach on the summit, 11 of them was Indians and 32 sherpas.[105]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ranveer Singh Jamwal (2nd time of 3)
  2. Unnikannan A. P. Veetil(First time 2), First man from Kerala
  3. Mingmar Gurung
  4. Rajendra Singh Jalal (3rd time of 3)
  5. Manoj Joshi
  6. Hajari Lal (First time of 2)
  7. Chatter Singh
  8. Shivraj Singh
  9. Sudhir Singh (2nd time of 2)
  10. Sukhvir Singh
  11. Sonam Thinlas

2013 National Cadet Corp(NCC) Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2013 National Cadet Corps NCC Everest Expedition led by Satish Chander Sharma recorded a total of 25 persons reach on the summit, 11 of them was Indians and 14 sherpas.[106]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Rajat Boktapa
  2. Raghuveer Chand
  3. Shankar Singh Chirom
  4. Ashwani Kumar
  5. Rafiq Ahmed Malik
  6. Jagat Singh Negi (3rd time of 3)
  7. Bidyachand Singh Phairembam
  8. Sandeep Rai
  9. Khimi Ram Thakur
  10. Arvind Raturi
  11. Karma Dawa Thakur

2013 Special Service Bureau (SSB) Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2013 Special Service Bureau (SSB) Everest Expedition by Sashastra Seema Bal led by Somit Joshi recorded a total of 11 persons reach on the summit, 5 of them was Indians and 6 sherpas,.[107][108]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Somit Joshi
  2. Tame (Man) Bagang
  3. Subodh Kumar Chandola
  4. Vinod Singh Negi
  5. Rahul Kumar Tyagi

2013 North East India Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2013 North East India Everest Expedition led by Surjit Singh Leishangthem recorded a total of 21 persons reach on the summit, 11 of them was Indians and 10 sherpas,[109][110],.[111]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Manish Kumar Deka
  2. Anand Gurung
  3. Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa (3rd time of 5)
  4. Nima Lama
  5. Chinekheinganba Nameirakpam
  6. Ms. Bidyapati Devi Ningthoutam
  7. Mohon Puyamcha
  8. Tarun Saikia
  9. Kazi Sherpa (2nd time of 2)
  10. Ms. Myrthong Wansuk (The first woman from Meghalaya)
  11. David Zohmangaiha

2013 The Lawrence School, Sanawar Everest Expedition[edit]

The Lawrence School, Sanawar Everest Expedition led by Neeraj Rana recorded a total of 13 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 6 sherpas,[112][113]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Fateh Singh Brar
  2. Prithvi Singh Chahal
  3. Raghav Joneja
  4. Shubham Kaushik
  5. Guribadat Singh Somal
  6. Ajay Sohal
  7. Ms. Priyanka Mangesh Mohite

Another Summitters of this year 2013[edit]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Bhushan Uday Harshe
  2. Anand Shivling Mali
  3. Ganesh Krishna More
  4. Ravindra Kumar Singh
  5. Prem Kumar Singh
  6. Ms. Tusi Das
  7. Ms. Chhanda Gayen
  8. Ujjal Ray
  9. Debdas Nandy
  10. Ms. Anita Devi (First Time of 2)
  11. Sushen Mahato
  12. Ms. Kanta Manu Devi
  13. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu (5th time of 7)
  14. Hemant Sachdev
  15. Ramlal Sharma
  16. Sanjay Kodain Sanzu
  17. Satyabrata Dam (2nd time of 2)
  18. Rajeev Saumitra
  19. Murad Lala

Year 2014[edit]

Year 2014 recorded a total of 5 ascents by Indians and one of them woman - all from the North side (China/ Tibet).[114]

Malavath Poorna - The youngest girl to conquer the Mount Everest[edit]

The 2014 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition led by Shekhar Babu Bachinepally created a new history, Ms. Malavath Poorna On 25 May 2014, at the age of 13 years and 11 months, became the youngest girl in the world to have reached the summit,[115][116],.[117]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Malavath Poorna(First Woman From Andhra Pradesh)
  2. Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar
  3. Kishor Dattatraya Dhankude (First time of 2)
  4. Biplab Baidya
  5. Debabrata Mukherjee

Year 2015[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2015.[118]

No summitts by Indians in the year 2015[edit]

Year 2016[edit]

Year 2016 recorded a total of 50 ascents by Indians 15 of them women- One died - 6 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 44 from South side (Nepal).[119]

2016 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2016 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition led by Shekhar Babu Bachinepally recorded a total of 13 persons reach on the summit, 5 of them was Indians and 8 sherpas,.[120][121]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Suhail Sharma
  2. Dhubi Bhadraiah
  3. S. Prabakaran
  4. Balan Shivaraman
  5. Ms. Gollapalli Ramamurthy Radhika
  6. Ms. Aparna Kumar

2016 Indian Army Everest Massif Expedition[edit]

The 2016 Indian Army Everest Massif Expedition led by Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal recorded a total of 27 persons reach on the summit, 10 of them was Indians and 17 sherpas,.[122][123]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ranveer Singh Jamwal (3rd Time of 3)
  2. K. Siva Kumar (The first person from Tamil Nadu)[124]
  3. Hajari Lal (2nd Time of 2)
  4. Ankur Rawat
  5. Unnikannan A. P. Veetil (2nd Time of 2)The first Keralite climb Everest twice
  6. Mirza Zahid Baig
  7. Umesh Rai
  8. Pratap Singh
  9. Rinzin Dorje Bodh
  10. Dorjey Gyalson

2016 National Cadet Corp(NCC) Girls Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2016 National Cadet Corps(NCC) Girls Everest Expedition led by Guarav Karki recorded a total of 28 persons reach on the summit, 14 of them was Indians and 14 sherpas,[125][126]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Guarav Karki
  2. Ms. Rigzen Dolker
  3. Ms. Lalrintluangi
  4. Ms. Tashi Laskit
  5. Ms. Pooja Mehra
  6. Ms. Deepika Rathore (2nd Time of 2)
  7. Balkar Singh
  8. Ms. Sulaxchana Tamang
  9. Ms. Tsering Angmo
  10. Ms. Trishala Gurung
  11. Ms. Stanzin Laskit
  12. Vishal Ahlawat
  13. Ms. Dolyne Kharbhih
  14. Ms. Kumari Nutan

2016 Satori Adventurous International Everest Expedition[edit]

2016 Satori Adventurous International Everest Expedition led by Jitesh Popatial Mody recorded a total of 16 persons reach on the summit, 6 of them was Indians and 10 sherpas.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Debraj Dutta
  2. Kuntal Ajit Joisher
  3. Bhagwan Singh Kushwah
  4. Ms. Chetna Sahoo
  5. Pradeep Chandra Sahoo
  6. Rafik Taher Shaikh

2016 Seven Summit Trecks Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2016 Seven Summit Trecks Everest Expedition led by Iranian Azim Gheychisaz recorded a total of 25 persons reaching the summit, 7 of them Indians.

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Seema Goswami
  2. Naba Kumar Phukon
  3. Narender Singh
  4. Rudra Prasad Halder
  5. Malay Mukherjee
  6. Ramesh Chandra Roy
  7. Satyarup Siddhanta ( first from Karnataka)[citation needed]

Another summiters in 2016[edit]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Nanda Dulal Das
  2. Henry David Teran
  3. Khorsing Terang
  4. Ankur Bahl
  5. Subhash Pal(Died by Exhaustion )
  6. Ratnesh Pandey
  7. Harshad Kamalaksha Rao

Year 2017[edit]

Year 2017 recorded a total of 49 ascents by 48 Indians(Double ascent Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa),7 accents by 6 women- One die - 18 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 31 from South side (Nepal).[127]

Anshu Jamsenpa - Fastest Double Summit, Most Time (5) by Indian Woman[edit]

Anshu Jamsenpa created a new history. The first woman in the world to scale the summit of Mount Everest twice in a season (and the first to do so within 5 days). It is also the fastest double ascents of the tallest crest by a woman. This was her fifth summit and thus she became the most time climbed Indian woman

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Anshu Jamsenpa on May 16, 2017, 4th time of 5
  2. Anshu Jamsenpa on May 21, 2017, 5th time of 5

2017 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2017 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition led by Shekhar Babu Bachinepally recorded a total of 37 persons reach on the summit, 16 of them was Indians and 21 sherpas [128]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Bharath Thammineni
  2. Suresh Babu Gullamarusu
  3. Nagaraju Sundarana
  4. Satya Rao Kare
  5. Krishna Rao Vooyaka
  6. Durga Rao Kunja
  7. Sagar Bodla
  8. Chenna Rao Gajavelli
  9. Dharma Teja Mothukuri
  10. Eswaraiah Seelam
  11. Hari Prasad Ganugapenta
  12. Sunda Raju Repalle
  13. Ms. Rani Boddu
  14. Ms. Asha Singh
  15. Ms. Sandhya Bai Vadithe
  16. Ms. Aparna Arvind Prabhudesai

Anita Devi - the first Indian woman to climb the Mount Everest in both directions[edit]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Anita Devi (2nd time of 2),(Become the first Indian woman to climb the peak from the both side, She climb the peak from South side in 2013.[129]
  2. Deepak Madhusudan Patidar

2017 Indian Navy Everest-Lhotse Expedition[edit]

The 2017 Indian Navy Everest-Lhotse Expedition by Indian Navy led by Lieutenant Sanjay K. Kulkarni recorded a total of 20 persons reach on the summit, 9 of them was Indians and 11 sherpas.Lieutenant Vinit Doshi was the deputy leader,.[130][131]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Shashank Tewari
  2. Chandraveer Singh Yadav
  3. Anant Kukreti
  4. Bikas Maharana
  5. Avinash Kalyan Bawane
  6. Hari Om
  7. Nagarajan Hari Prasath
  8. Ashish Gupta
  9. Sandeep Singh

2017 Indian Army Snow Lion Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2017 Indian Army Snow Lion Everest Expedition led by Vishal Dubey recorded a total of 13 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 6 sherpas,.[132][133]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Karma Zopa
  2. Kalden Panjur
  3. Sonam Phuntsok
  4. Urgen Topgye
  5. Kunchok Tenpa (2nd time of 2)
  6. Ngawang Gelek
  7. Kelsang Dorjee Bhutia

2017 Asian Trekking ONGC Echo Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2017 Asian Trekking ONGC Echo Everest Expedition by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation led by Satendra K. Sangwan recorded a total of 16 persons reach on the summit, 7 of them was Indians and 9 sherpas.[134]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu (6th time of 7)
  2. Yogendar Garbiyal
  3. Ngayaising Jagoi
  4. Rahul Jarngal
  5. Prabhat Gaurav Sonu
  6. Nirmal Kumar
  7. Santosh Kumar Singh

Another South Col side summiters in 2017

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Kishor Dattatraya Dhankude (2nd time of 2)
  2. Brij Mohan Sharma
  3. Ravi Kumar (Died)
  4. Hemant Gupta
  5. Kuntal Kanrar
  6. Mohammed Sahabuddin

Year 2018[edit]

Year 2018 recorded a total of 69 ascents by Indians, 8 of them women - 18 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 51 from South side (Nepal) [135]

Love Raj Singh -Most Time (7)to climb the Mount Everest[edit]

Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu, a native of Uttarakhand, conquered Everest on May 20, 2018. This is also the highest achievement for an Indian who has conquered Everest the most number of times (7)

Ajeet Bajaj & Ms. Dia Susanna - First father and daughter to conquer Everest together[edit]

Ajeet Bajaj & Ms. Dia Susanna Bajaj, A father and daughter native from Delhi, they made history by conquering Mount Everest, the world's tallest peak, on May 16.

Sangeeta Sindhi Bahl-Oldest Indian woman climb the Everest[edit]

Mis Sangeeta Sindhi Bahl 2018 and became the oldest Indian woman to have scaled the world's tallest peak, at the age of 53 years

2018 Border Security Force(BSF) Everest Expedition[edit]

The Second Border Security Force(BSF) Everest Expedition 2018 led by Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu recorded a total of 30 persons reach on the summit, 15 of them was Indians and 15 sherpas,.[136][137][138][139]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu (7th time of 7).[140]
  2. Pritam Chand
  3. Anwar Hussain
  4. Aasif Jaan
  5. Praveen Kumar
  6. Parveen Singh
  7. Vikash Singh Rawat
  8. Suresh Chhetri
  9. Manoj Dahal (2nd time of 2)
  10. Ravi Kant Negi
  11. Kamlesh Kumar
  12. Suneel Kumar
  13. Avinash Negi
  14. Kedar Singh
  15. Darshan Tamang

2018 Uttarakhand State Police Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2018 Uttarakhand State Police Everest Expedition led by Sanjay Kumar Gunjyal recorded a total of 16 persons reach on the summit, 8 of them was Indians and 8 sherpas,.[141][142]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Manoj Kumar Joshi
  2. Vijendra Kuriyal
  3. Praveen Singh
  4. Yogesh Singh
  5. Suryakant Uniyal
  6. Ravi Chauhan
  7. Virendra Prasad
  8. Sanjay Kumar Upreti

2018 NIMAS India Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2018 NIMAS India Everest Expedition by National Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports led by Sarfraz Singh recorded a total of 13 persons reach on the summit, 8 of them was Indians and 5 sherpas,[143][144],.[145]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sarfraz Singh Kular
  2. Dorjee Khandu
  3. Gajur Man Rai
  4. Hem Singh
  5. Pravendra Kumar
  6. Sanjay Kumar
  7. Tongchen Nimsonga
  8. Ram Singh Rawat

2018 Force Motors Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2018 Force Motors Everest Expedition led by Sauraj Jhingan recorded a total of 4 persons reach on the summit, 2 of them was Indians and 2 sherpas,.[146][147]

South Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Sauraj Jhingan
  2. Samir Nicholas Patham

Another South Col side summiters in 2018[edit]

As a Members of different expeditions 18 peoples also reached on the top

  1. Bhagwan Bhikoba Chawale
  2. Prajit Rasiklal Pardeshi
  3. Ms. Sangeeta Sindhi Bahl ,Became the oldest Indian woman climb Everest,[148][149]
  4. Tamut Taka
  5. Kishon Tekseng
  6. Amit Kumar
  7. Sandeep Mansukhani
  8. Sandeep Toliya
  9. Navdeep Bittu
  10. Swarnalata Dalai
  11. Ms. Manisha Jaykrishna Waghmare
  12. Poonam
  13. Rahul Gupta
  14. Ms. Muri Linggi
  15. Rohtash Khilari
  16. Ms. Shivangi Pathak
  17. Vikas Shambhu Prasad Dimri

2018 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition[edit]

The 2018 Transcend Adventurous Everest Expedition led by Shekhar Babu Bachinepally recorded a total of 40 persons reach on the summit, 18 of them was Indians and 22 sherpas [150]

North Col side summiters[edit]

  1. Himamsa Shaik
  2. Raja Kojja
  3. Kavidas Pandurang Katmode
  4. Umakant Suresh Madavi
  5. Pramesh Sitaram Ale
  6. Ms. Manisha Dharma Dhurve
  7. Mehul Pravinchandra Joshi.[151]
  8. Venkata Surya Prakash Korikala
  9. Ajeet Bajaj ( First Indian Father and Daughter climb Everest)[152]
  10. Ms. Deeya Suzannah Bajaj ( First Indian Father and Daughter climb Everest)[153]
  11. Ms. Asha Kiran Rani Koyyi
  12. Praveen Kumar Jujjavarapu
  13. Raju Gosala
  14. Borage Prasanna Kumar
  15. Bhanu Surya Prakash Podudolu
  16. Vikas Mahadeo Soyam
  17. Vikram Chandra Naik
  18. Venkatesh Maheshwari Indla

Year 2019[edit]

Year 2019 recorded a total of 77 ascents by Indians, 18 of them women including Mountaineer Bhawna Dehariya from Madhya Pradesh (India)- from South side (Nepal) and from the North side (China/ Tibet)

Another South Col side summiters of 2019[edit]

  1. Mountaineer Bhawna Dehariya
  2. Abdul Nassar
  3. Aditi Vaidya
  4. Anuja Vaidya, First Gujarati sisters .[154]
  1. First Indian Brothers to scale Mount Everest : Doctor Mahajan Brothers (Dr Mahendra Mahajan, Dentist and Dr Hitendra Mahajan, Anesthesiologist are real brothers based in Nashik, Maharashtra) who summited Mount Everest on 22nd May 2019 (South Side). In their unique expedition they rode a bicycle in relay pattern from Gateway of India, Mumbai, Sea Level (31st March 2019) to reach Kathmandu, Nepal on 6th April 2019. Thereafter they trekked from Lukla (7th April 2018) to Everest Base Camp (19th April and summited Everest on 22nd May 2019. Hence their expedition was name "Sea to Sky".

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