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=> Recently, Asmita Dorji of Jamshedpur became the first Indian woman to reach the south peak (8745 m) of Mount Everest without using supplemental oxygen.
=> Asmita, 38, is a senior instructor at tata steel adventure foundation.
=> His father, Ang Dorji, was also a mountaineer who died during a mission.
=> After the death of her mother, she migrated to India from Nepal in 1989, after which she was raised in Jamshedpur by India's famous mountaineer Bachendri Pal, who was the first Indian woman to climb Mount Everest in 1984.
=> Mount Everest is the world's highest peak (8848 m), also known as Sagarmatha in Nepal. Its height.
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