16 May 2024, 06:30 pm
Programme Type
Conference Room I, IIC main building

Surviving Annapurna – The Dangerous 8000 meter Mountain of the World

Illustrated lecture by Anurag Maloo, young Indian mountaineer who has successfully participated in mountaineering Expeditions to Mt. Nun (7135 m) in India and Mt. Ama Dablam (6812 m) in Nepal. An economic development consultant, startup mentor, social activist, engineer, and a global advocate for UN Sustainable Development Goals

Chair: Brig. Ashok Abbey (retd.)

An intriguing talk which recounts Anurag Maloo’s fall into a deep crevasse, during his Expedition to Mount Annapurna (8091 m). His experience of being in a frozen tomb for three days and three nights, his difficult rescue by his saviours especially by the two strong Polish climbers after a tedious and demanding rescue operation…