Shivangi Pathak, a 17-year-old girl from a small town Hisar (Haryana), has achieved another milestone successfully by climbing ‘Mount Kilimanjaro’, Africa’s highest point and tallest free-standing mountain in the world that stands at an imposing 5,895m. She has completed her mountain journey from the Marangu route in just three days from July 21 and finished July 24, 2018.
Indian women are making country proud all over the world. At the ‘Roof of Africa’, Hisar teen Shivangi has a special message ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’, which she wants to share with every Indian to make them aware that nothing is impossible and women can overcome every battle easily with her willpower.
Speaking on her Journey, Shivangi Pathak (The Eagle of Mountain) said “Women can achieve anything if they desire. There is nothing that Indian Women can’t do. They are not the liability but they are the future of the country. Don’t stop on what you achieved but fight for more”.
Shivangi Pathak has already held the title ‘The Eagle of Mountain’ after climbing the Mount Everest in the month of May 2018 and become the youngest Indian to scale Mount Everest from Nepal side. Her inspiration towards mountaineering is ‘Arunima Sinha’, the first Indian amputee to climb ‘Mt Everest’.
The partner who extended their support to this initiative and powered her footsteps is ‘Kasturi Memorial Trust’. They sponsored her little footsteps towards her passion for Mountaineering. ‘Kasturi Memorial Trust’ is a Non-Profit Organisation which works on various Social Development issues. The main goal of KMT is Empowerment of Women & Skill Development of Youth.
Shivangi is a resident of Hisar, Haryana. She is teen climber from Haryana’s Hisar and has already submitted her name in the record of the youngest Indian woman to climb Mount Everest at the age of 16. After completing her successful expedition, she is also titled as Eagle of Mountain.