5 facts about World record holder Anshu Jamsenpa from Northeast India

What an exhilarating experience to be standing literally at the top of the world, it would be a sightfor sore eyes having a pristine view many can imagine. Being at the top of the world’s tallest mountain with a height of 29,035 feet (8850 meters) above sea level;

Arunachal Pradesh: Anshu Jamsenpa scales Mount Everest for fifth time

ITANAGAR, May 16: Anshu Jampsempa, a resident of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh has scaled Mount Everest for the fifth time.
The 32-year-old, mothert of two girls, conquered the world’s highest peak twice in 10 days between May12 and 21, 2011. She made her third successful attempt on May 18, 2013 and her fourth April5, 2015.

Arunachal Pradesh: Anshu Jamsenpa is world’s first woman to scale Mt Everest twice in five days

Itanagar, May 21: Indian climber ANshu Jamsenpa from Arunachal Pradesh created mountaineering history on Sunday when she climbed Mount Everest in a span of five days.
After preparing for 38 days for her Mount Everest climb, Anshu Jamsenpa unfuried the Indian flag at Mount Everest for the fourth time on May 16, and became first Indian woman to do so.

Arunachal Pradesh: Dalai lama’s blessing to push Anshu Jamsenpa for conquering Everest five times

Itanagar, March 5: Renowned woman climber from the Arunachal Pradesh, Anshu Jamsenpa who conquered Mount Everest thrice is all set to Scale the Iconic mountain again. Motivated through blessings from the 14th Dalai Lama on Sunday, Anshu left Arunachal Pradesh and reached Kathmandu on Monday and successfully reach Base Camp on Tuesday.

Arunachal Pradesh: Arunachalee mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa’s documentary screened in Guwahati!

The real life documentary film based on ace Arunachal mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa aptly named “ANSHU Everest Calling” was screened on the inaugral day of the two-day 12th edition of ADDA Short Film Festival was organised in Guwahati on December 10 and 11.

Girl from Arunachal scales three peaks in six days

ITANAGAR: Mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa scripted history by scaling three Nepal Himalayan peaks – Lobuche(6,119m), Pokhalde(5,896m) and Island Peak (6,189) – successively in six days from May 13 to 18.