Hari Buddha Magar, who climbed Mount Everest with a disability
being disabled Mount Everest The victorious Hari Buddha Magar has created a new history. With this success, he has inspired many disabled people like him to climb Everest. Hari Buddha Magar He is a retired Gurkha soldier of the British Army. After this victory, Magar has expressed hope that his climb of Everest will change the perception of being disabled in the society.
According to the official of Himalayan Ski Trek Company, 43-year-old Hari Buddha Magar climbed 8,848 meters Everest with his artificial legs. The world is stunned by this achievement. The surprising thing is that both the feet of Hari Buddha Magar are missing. Hari Budha Magar had lost both legs during his deployment in Afghanistan.
Who is Hari Buddha Magar?
Hari Buddha Magar was born in 1979 in a village in western Nepal. Early studies took place in Rolpa district. Everyday he used to walk barefoot for about 45 minutes to go to school. In the absence of paper and pen, he learned to write with a chalk stone on a wooden board. Magar was married off at the age of 11.
Hari Buddha Magar had contributed to the British Army in the year 1999. Joined the British Army through the Royal Gurkha Rifles. Then he was 19 years old. He served in five continents. His mission to climb Everest was named ‘No Legs, No Limit’.
plan to climb everest
Magar’s ultimate goal in life was to climb Mount Everest (8,848 m), the highest mountain in the world. In 2017, the Government of Nepal banned Divyang climbers from climbing Mount Everest. After which in 2018, Hari Magar approached the court with the efforts of Divyang organizations and then the Supreme Court of Nepal removed that ban.
That incident happened with Hari Buddha Magar
This thing is from the year 2010. Hari Buddha Magar was posted in Afghanistan. He was assigned patrol duty. Meanwhile, both his feet fell on the IED explosive. There was a loud bang. Thankfully his life was saved but he lost both legs.
Hari Buddha Magar says – He suffered a lot after losing both legs. With the help of the Himalayan Ski Trek Company, he could get artificial legs. After which he started walking. His dream was to climb Everest. Magar says- Now he does not want that such an accident should happen to anyone else, and he has to face that pain.
Magar wants to be a helper of the disabled
Hari Buddha Magar says – It is hoped that his climb on Everest will instill courage in people like him. Now I would like to encourage Divyang people like me to climb any mountain of their choice.
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