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My Mt. Everest

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The Wallflower Wanderer

The tallest, fiercest beast of rock, ice and snow on the planet goes by many names. 

If you’re the average Nepali, you’ve grown up calling it Sagarmāthā, meaning “forehead in the sky.” If you’re a native speaker of the Tibetan languages, it is the “mother of the world” or, Chomolungma. But those of us who have not had the rare pleasure of casting our eyes from a young age upward toward the behemoth, which rises like a ghost from the Mahalangur mountain range — we know it as Mt. Everest.

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It’s 5:45am and I’m making my way in darkness toward the nearest main road from my Airbnb in the Lainchaur neighborhood of Kathmandu.

The simple but sturdy four-story concrete home is buried deep in a pocket of squiggling half-paved, half-dirt streets that don’t appear to have names. Many are scarcely wide enough for a single car to pass people on foot.

Even at this early hour, when I reach the big…

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I'm an undergraduate student of Science (Microbiology) Tribhuvan University Nepal, interested in technology and current affairs. I'm vegetarian and a nature lover. I love to visit new places and read books about science/technology, health, literary and spiritual. I am a founder of GITAB (Give Inspire, Take Action Blog:, guiding for Nepalese and who desired. My personal website is and email

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