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Updated Jul 13, 2021 | 11:53 IST
Mount Everest
(Representative Pic)  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images


  • Neeraj Choudhary started his journey to the peak on April 19 and completed it on June 3.
  • Choudhary had saved Rs 26 lakh for the venture.

worthington-soccer-youth-boosters,The 37-year-old, an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, was affected by COVID-19 while he was on his journey to Everest. However, that could not stop him from fulfilling his age-old desire. Choudhary, an officer in the water resource department of the Rajasthan government, undertook mountaineering courses and did savings for this venture. Ultimately, he managed to save Rs 26 lakh and on March 27, he started his journey to Kathmandu en route to Everest.

As flights were disrupted due to the COVID restrictions, Choudhary decided to go by road. However, on reaching Sunauli on the Indo-Nepal border, he discovered that he had tested positive for COVID-19, but without the typical symptoms. As he felt a lot of weakness, Choudhary headed back to Jaipur and isolated himself. But he did not go back to his home in Sikar as he did not wish to put his family's health in peril.,basketball-basket-svg

According to Choudhary, prior to heading for Kathmandu, there was a lot of travelling involved and that was when he must have possibly contracted the virus. “When the first test after my recovery was negative, I didn’t want to take chances and got re-tested. It was negative again. I wanted to make trebly sure, so I went for a CT scan of the lungs,” said Choudhary adding that as it was believed that COVID affects the lungs, he had to be extremely sure that his health condition was fine, reported The Times of India.,eastleigh-kings-volleyball-club

Following his recovery from COVID-19, he once again headed for Kathmandu on April 19. Finally, two months later, on June 3, he fulfilled his long desire. Standing on the peak of Everest, he unfurled the flag of IIT-Delhi. Choudhary had got his master’s degree in environmental engineering from IIT-Delhi in 2011.,all-time-cricket-odi-xi

quad-doubles-tennis,For Choudhary, it was an emotional, spiritual journey. He said that he had to undergo rigorous physical training with para commandos in 2014-15. “I used to run 17km every day, and that helped me build immunity,” said Choudhary.

After Choudhary had scaled Everest on June 3, a short ceremony was held at IIT-Delhi recently. “When we meet our alumni, we tell them to scale new heights, reach the peak. What do you tell an ex-student who has scaled Mt Everest? And what more affection can he show his alma mater than unfurling the IIT-D flag on the summit?,” said Ramgopal Rao, director of the institution, while addressing the ceremony held for Choudhary.

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