'What We Experienced Has Only Made Us Stronger. We Will be Back,' Say Everest Base Camp Survivors | Read
PUBLISHED ON: May 3, 2015 | Duration: 3 min, 10 sec
Pune mountaineer Kishor Dhankude wanted to climb Everest back to back from two sides - a feat no Indian has managed yet. He had already scaled the peak once. But what he managed last week was a tougher feat: cheating death. He was one of the scores of people who survived the monstrous avalanche - triggered by the Nepal earthquake - which wiped out at least 18 climbers at the Everest base camp.