Indian summiters of Mount Everest - Year wise

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The list provides year wise details of Mount Everest ascents by Indians from 1963-1995 and 2004-2018.


Year 2018[edit]

North side summiters[edit]

  1. Mehul Joshi

Year 2017[edit]

Year 2017 recorded a total of 48 ascents by Indians - 16 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 32 from South side (Nepal).[1]

North side summiters[edit]

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

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Kalden Panjur
  2. Karma Zopa
  3. Ngawang Gelek
  4. Sonam Phuntsok
  5. Urgen Topgye
  6. Avinash Kalyan Bawane
  7. Kelsang Dorjee Bhutia
  8. Kishor Dattatraya Dhankude
  9. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu
  10. Hari Prasad Ganugapenta
  11. Yogendar Garbiyal
  12. Prabhat Gaurav Sonu
  13. Ashish Gupta
  14. Hemant Gupta
  15. Ngayaising Jagoi
  16. Anshu Jamsenpa
  17. Rahul Jarngal
  18. Kuntal Kanrar
  19. Anant Kukreti
  20. Nirmal Kumar
  21. Ravi Kumar
  22. Bikas Maharana
  23. Hari Om
  24. Nagarajan Hari Prasath
  25. Mohammed Sahabuddin
  26. Eswaraiah Seelam
  27. Brij Mohan Sharma
  28. Sandeep Singh
  29. Santosh Kumar Singh
  30. Kunchok Tenpa
  31. Shashank Tewari
  32. Chandraveer Singh Yadav

Year 2016[edit]

Year 2016 recorded a total of 50 ascents by Indians - 6 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 44 from South side (Nepal).[2]

North side summiters[edit]

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

South 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
  7. Rinzin Dorje Bodh
  8. Ranveer Singh Jamwal
  9. K. Siva Kumar
  10. Hajari Lal
  11. Ankur Rawat
  12. Dorjey Gyalson
  13. Nanda Dulal Das
  14. Henry David Teran
  15. Khorsing Terang
  16. Ankur Bahl
  17. Ms. Seema Goswami
  18. Naba Kumar Phukon
  19. Unnikannan Azhuthan Poyil Veetil
  20. Mirza Zahid Baig
  21. Umesh Rai
  22. Pratap Singh
  23. Narender Singh
  24. Subhas Paul
  25. Rudra Prasad Halder
  26. Malay Mukherjee
  27. Ramesh Chandra Roy
  28. Satyarup Siddhanta
  29. Ratnesh Pandey
  30. Harshad Kamalaksha Rao
  31. Ms. Rigzen Dolker
  32. Guarav Karki
  33. Ms. Lalrintluangi
  34. Ms. Tashi Laskit
  35. Ms. Pooja Mehra
  36. Ms. Deepika Rathore
  37. Balkar Singh
  38. Ms. Sulaxchana Tamang
  39. Ms. Tsering Angmo
  40. Ms. Trishala Gurung
  41. Ms. Stanzin Laskit
  42. Vishal Ahlawat
  43. Ms. Dolyne Kharbhih
  44. Ms. Kumari Nutan

Year 2015[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the year 2015.[3]

Year 2014[edit]

Year 2014 recorded a total of 5 ascents by Indians - all from the North side (China/ Tibet).[4]

North side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Malavath Poorna
  2. Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar
  3. Biplab Baidya
  4. Debabrata Mukherjee
  5. Kishor Dhankude

Year 2013[edit]

Year 2013 recorded a total of 68 ascents by Indians - all from the South side (Nepal).[5]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Debdas Nandy
  2. Anand Shivling Mali
  3. Ganesh Krishna More
  4. Anand Gurung
  5. Nima Lama
  6. Ms. Bidyapati Devi Ningthoutam
  7. Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa
  8. Chinekheinganba Nameirakpam
  9. Tarun Saikia
  10. Kazi Sherpa
  11. Ms. Myrthong Wansuk
  12. David Zohmangaiha
  13. Ms. Chhanda Gayen
  14. Ms. Anita Devi
  15. Mingmar Gurung
  16. Ranveer Singh Jamwal
  17. Ravindra Kumar
  18. Chatter Singh
  19. Sudhir Singh
  20. Sukhvir Singh
  21. Hemant Sachdev
  22. Sushen Mahato
  23. Bhushan Uday Harshe
  24. Ujjal Ray
  25. Prem Kumar Singh
  26. Shankar Singh Chirom
  27. Ashwani Kumar
  28. Jagat Singh Negi
  29. Bidyachand Singh Phairembam
  30. Khimi Ram Thakur
  31. Arvind Raturi
  32. Ramesh Bahadur Thapa Magar
  33. Ms. Nungshi Malik
  34. Ms. Tashi Malik
  35. Mohon Puyamcha
  36. Murad Lala
  37. Ms. Tusi Das
  38. Rajendra Singh Jalal
  39. Manoj Joshi
  40. Hajari Lal
  41. Shivraj Singh
  42. Sonam Thinlas
  43. Rajat Boktapa
  44. Raghuveer Chand
  45. Rafiq Ahmed Malik
  46. Sandeep Rai
  47. Karma Dawa Thakur
  48. Unnikannan A. P. Veetil
  49. Fateh Singh Brar
  50. Prithvi Singh Chahal
  51. Raghav Joneja
  52. Shubham Kaushik
  53. Guribadat Singh Somal
  54. Ajay Sohal
  55. Ms. Kanta Manu Devi
  56. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu
  57. Ramlal Sharma
  58. Satyabrata Dam
  59. Tame (Man) Bagang
  60. Subodh Kumar Chandola
  61. Somit Joshi
  62. Vinod Singh Negi
  63. Rahul Kumar Tyagi
  64. Sanjay Kodain Sanzu
  65. Ms. Arunima Sinha
  66. Ms. Priyanka Mangesh Mohite
  67. Rajeev Saumitra
  68. Manish Kumar Deka

Year 2012[edit]

Year 2012 recorded a total of 52 ascents by Indians - 7 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 45 from South side (Nepal).[6]

North side summiters[edit]

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

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Ashish Sharad Mane
  2. Shrihari Ashok Tapkir
  3. Prasad Narendra Joshi
  4. Sagar Sanjay Palkar (d)
  5. Krishna Sukhadev Dhokale
  6. Chetan Shirish Ketkar
  7. Rupesh Bharat Khopade
  8. Surendra Ravindra Jalihal
  9. Kapil Ruhil Singh
  10. Kazi Sherpa
  11. Rahul Balu Yelange
  12. Anand Ashok Bansode (d)
  13. Sherab Palden
  14. Ms. Namrata Rathore
  15. Praveen Thapa
  16. Kamal Nayan
  17. Yamuna Prasad Paneru
  18. Pawel Sharma
  19. Phuchung Sherpa
  20. Mahavir Singh
  21. Rajendra Singh Jalal [7]
  22. Ms. Smitha Laxman
  23. Ms. Neikhrietuonuo Linyu
  24. Ngodup Bhutia
  25. Gary Jarman Lamare
  26. Thupten Lobsang
  27. Thakpa Tenzing
  28. Ms. Chokyi
  29. Chomphel
  30. Bhupesh Hada
  31. Tenpa Tashi
  32. Tamding Tsewang
  33. Ranveer Singh Jamwal
  34. Ms. Deepika Rathore
  35. Sudhir Singh
  36. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu
  37. Rajendra Singh Pal
  38. Ms. Neha Bhatnagar
  39. Prabhu Dayal Bisht
  40. Ms. Prachi Ramesh Gole
  41. Ms. Poonam Sangwan
  42. Tejpal Singh Negi
  43. Meghlal Mahato
  44. Ms. Binita Soren
  45. Ms. Toolika Rani

Year 2011[edit]

Year 2011 recorded a total of 20 ascents by Indians - all from the South side (Nepal).[8]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Tine Mena
  2. Ms. Anshu Jamsenpa (Double ascent – 12th May 2011 and 21st May 2011)
  3. Ganesh Chandra Jena
  4. Jogabyasa Bhoi
  5. Ms. Sunita Singh Choken
  6. Ms. Premlata Agrawal
  7. Ms. Sushma Kaushik
  8. Vikas Kaushik
  9. Narinder Singh
  10. Pawan Grewal
  11. Ms. Nivedita Chaudhary
  12. Rajib Bhattacharya
  13. Dipankar Ghosh
  14. Raju Sindhu
  15. Devidutta Panda
  16. Ms. Nirupama Pandey
  17. Ganesh Singh Pokhariya
  18. Ms. Rajika Sharma
  19. Jasbir Singh

Year 2010[edit]

Year 2010 recorded a total of 4 ascents by Indians - all from the South side (Nepal).[9]

South side summiters[edit]

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

Year 2009[edit]

Year 2009 recorded a total of 13 ascents by Indians - all from the South side (Nepal).[10]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Gaurav Sharma
  2. Pratap Singh Bisht
  3. Ms. Kavita Burathoki
  4. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu
  5. Vinod Gusain
  6. Satal Singh Panwar
  7. Khushal Singh Rana
  8. Dashrath Singh Rawat
  9. Dinesh Singh Rawat
  10. Vishveshvar Semwal
  11. Surendra Singh Bodh
  12. Ms. Krushnaa Madhav Patil
  13. Tapi Mra

Year 2008[edit]

Year 2008 recorded a total of 20 ascents by Indians - all from the South side (Nepal).[11]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Kalpana Dash
  2. Champa
  3. Sonam Gurmey
  4. Pasang Tenzin Lektso
  5. Ms. Dechen Lhamo
  6. Thupten Lobsang
  7. Jigmey Namgyal
  8. Tashi Phuntsok
  9. Tenzin Rigden
  10. Kumchok Tenpa
  11. Dawa Dhendup Bhutia
  12. Kunzang Gyatso Bhutia
  13. Ashish Kumar Singh
  14. Ms. Yangdi Sherpa
  15. Ms. Phul Maya Tamang
  16. Ram Singh
  17. Atul Karwal
  18. Yaduram Sharma
  19. Nima Wangchuk Sherpa (Gangtok)
  20. N. Suraj Singh

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).[12]

North 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
  13. Shekhar Babu Bachinepally

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Ongda Gyalzen Sherpa

Year 2006[edit]

Year 2006 recorded a total of 20 ascents by Indians – 12 from the North side (China/ Tibet) and 8 from South side (Nepal). [13]

North side summiters[edit]

  1. Nawang Dorjey
  2. Sri Kishan
  3. Vishal Mani Maithani
  4. Ongda Gyalzen Sherpa (Darjeeling)
  5. Pasang Tenzing Sherpa (Darjeeling)
  6. Wangchuk Sherpa (Darjeeling)
  7. Jot (Jyoti) Singh
  8. Prem Singh
  9. Mohammad Ali Khan
  10. Pradeep Kumar
  11. Hira Ram Singh
  12. Sangay Furi Sherpa (Darjeeling)

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Kamlash Kumar Bounthiyal
  2. Manoj Dahal
  3. Loveraj Singh Dharmshaktu
  4. Kedar Singh Koranga
  5. Parveen Singh Lohia
  6. Bhagat Singh Rawat
  7. Mastan Babu Malli
  8. Sharab Chandub Negi

Year 2005[edit]

Year 2005 recorded a total of 11 ascents by Indians – all from the North side (China/ Tibet). [14]

North side summiters[edit]

  1. Ramesh Chandra Tripathi
  2. Niku Ram Chowdhary
  3. Sirigereshiva Shankarappa Chaitanya
  4. Ms. Tsering Ladol
  5. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat
  6. Surjeet Singh
  7. Topgay Bhutia
  8. Ms. Ashwini Ajitshing Sadekar Pawar
  9. Kaman Singh
  10. Ms. Sipra Majumdar
  11. Jagat Singh Negi

Year 2004[edit]

Year 2004 recorded a total of 5 ascents by Indians – all from the North side (China/ Tibet). [15]

North side summiters[edit]

  1. Viking Bhanoo
  2. Rakesh Kumar Lagwal
  3. Vikas Kumar Mehra
  4. Abhishek Kankan
  5. Satyabrata Dam

Years 1994 & 1995[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians in the years 1994 and 1995.[16][17]

Year 1993[edit]

Year 1993 recorded a total of 12 ascents by Indians – all from the South side (Nepal).[18]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Ms. Santosh Yadav
  2. Ms. Dicky Dolma
  3. Ms. Kunga Bhutia
  4. Dal Dev (Baldev) Kunwar
  5. Lopsang Tshering Sherpa
  6. Ms. Radha Devi (Thakura aka Binurma)
  7. Ms. Deepu Sharma
  8. Ms. Suman Kutiyal
  9. Ms. Savita Martolia
  10. Rajiv Sharma
  11. Nima Norbu Dolma
  12. Kushang Sherpa

Year 1992[edit]

Year 1992 recorded a total of 8 ascents by Indians – all from the South side (Nepal). [19]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Sunil Dutta Sharma
  2. Prem Singh
  3. Kanhaya Lal Pokhriiyal
  4. Mohan Singh Gunjyal
  5. Ms. Santosh Yadav
  6. Lopsang Tsering (Darjeeling)
  7. Sange Sherpa (Darjeeling)
  8. Wangchuk Sherpa

Years 1985 to 1991[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians during the years 1985 to 1991.[20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

Year 1984[edit]

Year 1984 recorded a total of 4 ascents by Indians – all from the South side (Nepal). [26]

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Phu Dorji
  2. Ms. Bachendri Pal
  3. Dorjee Lhatoo
  4. Sonam Paljor

Years 1966 to 1983[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians during the years 1966 to 1983.[26][27]

Year 1965[edit]

Year 1965 recorded a total of 8 ascents by Indians – all from the South side (Nepal).

South side summiters[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

Year 1964[edit]

No ascents were made by Indians during the year 1964.

Year 1953[edit]

Year 1953 marked the first ever successful summit of Mount Everest by Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa.

South side summiters[edit]

  1. Tenzing Norgay

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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