First Cripple person on Mount Everest, Hari Buddha Magar is from Nepal manage to climb the Mount Everest which is the highest peak in the world but the most interesting news is he has no legs.
Hari Buddha Magar is the first mountaineer in the world who complete his mission despite losing his legs above the knees.
He completed his Mount Everest journey on Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock local time and return to the base camp and will arrive at Kathmandu on Monday.
in 2010 Hari Buddha, when he was on petrol accidentally stepp on an explosive device which explode and loose him in both legs.
he is not the first disable person who climbed Mount Everest successfully, earlier 2 disable people from China and New Zealand have successfully climb Mount Everest but unlike Hari Buddha they both have their legs.
Hari Buddha said ” if you can adapt your life to the times according to circumstances, we can do whatever we want to do”.
Nepal law doesn’t allow disable and blind person to climb but after the pressure from Hari Buddha and other climbers the law struck down by a local court.
8 out of 10 world highest peak located in Nepal where every year a lot of climber come in Nepal for climbing in the onset of spring.
according to the Nepalese tourism department, 450 climbers have climbed Mount Everest this year, also this year Nepal has issued 478 permits to foreign climbers while the fee for one permit is $11,000.
Despite the achievement and happiness there is 9 climber have lost their live this year in this adventure.