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TwinClimbers Who made it to the Everest

Growing up we realized how blessed & gifted we were to be twins. Such a rare treasure - there's another person just like you 🤗 We both share the same #passion - climbing mountains. Luckily, being twins it was easy for us to accept challenges & opportunities to 'tread less frequented trails in life'. During our final push to the #Everestsummit, Nungshi’s regulator malfunctioned, leaving her breathless and on the verge of retreating. On the other hand, Tashi was further ahead, climbing strong 💪 .
Tashi's constant motivation was what kept Nungshi going & finally, we made it to the top of the world "together", becoming the first female twins to climb Everest 🏔 The moment we stood atop the Everest Summit was surreal and that has to be our #MainSeHum ka kadam 🤝 The trust we have and the bond we share has got us this far. Nothing can come anywhere close to the sense of confidence and protection we gain in each other's company 👭.
Together, we embarked on a #missionto not only climb the highest peaks of 7 continents but also ski to the north & south poles through which we experienced the synergistic 'union' despite the #duality in our day to day existence. This is the reality of duality yet twinning in synergistic ways during the extreme dangers of climbing that helped us achieve incredible results. 
This is our #MainSeHum ka kadam. What's yours? We’d love to hear ... 👂 

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