It was established during the third Indian expedition to Antarctica in 1983–84. This was the first time an Indian team spent a winter in Antarctica to carry out scientific work.
It was established during the third Indian expedition to Antarctica in 1983–84. This was the first time an Indian team spent a winter in Antarctica to carry out scientific work. The station was built in eight weeks by an 81-member team that included geologist Sudipta Sengupta. Construction was completed late in January 1984 with help from the Indian army and Indian Republic Day was celebrated at the station along with the Soviets and East Germans.
Bhagirathi Parbat III (Hindi: भागीरथी पर्वत III) is a mountain in Uttarakhand, India. It is the 95th highest peak located entirely within Uttarakhand, India. (The highest in this category is Nanda Devi.) The summit is 6,454 meters (21,175 ft). It is the third-highest peak of the Bhagirathi Massif. It was first climbed by Britishers Kolin Kirkus and Charles Warren in 1933, by way of the southeast ridge.
Its first ascent by Britishers Kolin Kirkus and Charles Warren was completed in 1933. The first successful ascent by an Indian was on 20 October 1966. Janez Jeglic and Silvo Karo climbed the overhanging west face On 7 September 1990.
On 15 September 2015 at 11:15 am Debabrata Mukherjee and his team successfully summited Mt. Bhagirathi III via the north ridge
A very well experienced team having tremendous exposure to mountains. I had a great time with you guys and highly impressed with your services. 🙂
Recommended to all looking for an Expedition or Trekking in Uttarakhand Himalayas…
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