We are very delightful to share that of grand success of opening of Today’s program, “HILARY TO SAGARMATHA: Facts and Photos”, a photography exhibition and by Lhakpa Rangdu Sherpa at Tourism Board. Heartfelt thanks to all helping hands of SCC Graduates and team and special thanks to all media personalities for all of your gracious presences. We proudly share his works with big news on Sagarmatha controversial as evidences for all and this exhibition is ongoing at Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and organized under monthly photo exhibition series #photoNepal. The exhibition will continue till Sunday, 8 July 2017 and there will be presentationand interaction by the photographer at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday (7 and 8 July).
Lhakpa Rangdu Sherpa (1967) is a mountaineer and an accomplished mountain guide. He has completed almost a dozen of mountain expeditions over seven thousand meters tall and has climbed Mt Everest, 11 times. Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt Kanchenjunga, Mt Kanjirowa, Mt Cho oyu, Mt Amadablam, Mt Lhakpa ri (Tibet), Mt Shishapangma (Tibet), Mt Himlung, Mt Barun Tse, Mt Nanga Parbat (Pakistan) are other mountains he has conquered so far. He has a deep sense of humanity. Besides mountaineering, his interests are in rescuing and providing reliefs. In recognition to his relentless contributions in rescuing the victims of ‘Everest Tragedy 2014’, Nepal Mountaineering Association had awarded him with letter of appreciation. Similarly, Summiteers Association and High Altitude Mountain Worker Welfare Association appreciated his support to the victims of Nepal Earthquake 2015. He is motivated and guided with the philosophy of ‘Why not initiate if we can’. Realizing the controversy about ‘Hilary Step’ of Mt Everest in international media and the silence of national authorities, he decided to showcase a photo exhibition ‘Hilary Step to Sagarmatha’ to bring out the facts about whether Hilary Step has disappeared or not. #photoNepal is an initiation of NTB to promote tourism through photographs.
The exhibition will continue till Sunday, 8 July 2017 and there will be presentation and interaction by the photographer at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday (7 and 8 July).