Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav: All Women Tri-Services Mountaineering Team Successfully Summits Mt Manirang in Himachal Pradesh

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New Delhi, August 19: As a part of commemorative activities for 'Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav', symbolising 75 years of Independence, Indian Air Force had flagged off an All Women Tri-Services Mountaineering Team on August 1, 2021 from Air Force Station, New Delhi. Rajnath Hails Mountaineering Expeditions to Sikkim Himalayas to Mark 75th Independence Day.

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The team successfully summited Mt Manirang (21,625 ft) on August 15, 2021. Mt Manirang is one of the highest peaks of Himachal Pradesh, nestled at the border of Kinnaur & Spiti districts. Close to the peak is the Manirang pass, which was one of the early trade routes between Spiti and Kinnaur, before the motorable road was built. A 15 Member Tri- Services All Women Mountaineering Team Successfully Scaled Mt Manirang.

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The 15-member expedition team was led by Wing Commander Bhavana Mehra of the Indian Air Force. The other members of the team who summited the peak and hoisted the national flag atop are Wg Cdr Bhavna Mehra, Lt Col Geetanjali Bhatt, Wg Cdr Nirupama Pandey, Wg Cdr Vyomika Singh, Wg Cdr Lalita Mishra, Maj Usha Kumari, Maj Saumya Shukla, Maj Veenu Mor, Maj Rachana Hooda, Lt Cdr Sino Wilson and Flt Lt Komal Pahuja.

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