Her Dreams were Higher than the Mountains she wanted to Climb

Her Dreams were Higher than the Mountains she wanted to Climb

“If we observe, we will notice the energy of inspiration is all around. From the rising sun to a placid lake on a warm summer night”

The above quotes symbolize and denote the energetic and fascinating girl around us Miss GYAN NANDANI the true inspiration of our country.


She belongs to a poor-mediocre family from the small village Faridpur khas (U.P). She has two Siblings. She is the youngest one among them. She is the child of Mr. NandKishore who is a teacher by profession in a private school and mother Mrs. Savitri Devi who is a housewife. Gyan Nandani completed her schooling and college from Chanduosi itself.
Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and Confidence:

Same happens with Nandani, she always desired to become a climber and started chasing her dream in 2013 she was an event organizer and also a sport adventurous programmer before she got indulged into it. We all believe in the destination and fortune and the same happens with her because she was not interested in the Nehru Yuva Kendra job where she worked earlier though she was paid 2500 Rs per month, but she was forced to do this job because of her father’s compulsion even her father filled all the documentary form. And this resulted in the turning point in her life as she cracked the interview among 86 participants.

The motivate behind this work was to fuel the motivation and enthusiasm in youth for better future. They organized many camps at many different places with the faith that “One day all the Late Nights and Early Mornings will pay off” and this is what exactly happens to her.

Her Dreams were Higher than the Mountains she wanted to Climb.

The NYC (Nehru Yuva Kendra) recommended her to attend the camp at Makarond ganj she was the only girl among 16 boys. All her fellow mates fuelled her motivation by constantly reminding her that “A Dream does not become reality through magic, it takes sweat determination and hard work and you can do it ” after she becomes the job matured volunteer of NYC.


“Rule is made to break” this was the ideology of Nandani from childhood she loves to break the shake. One fine day at the camp, one senior volunteer Ravinder Thakur generally challenged her by saying Nandani You can’t climb or even become an instructor Nandani became awestruck and replied “Why I could not do so? “and from the same day, she accepted these words as a challenge.

One day Nandani heard someone talking about the Exhilarating “Tenzing Norway” and also “Edmund Hillary” (the first to climb Mount Everest) and suddenly a though struck into her mind Why Could not me?. and from that same moment, she made up her mind to Climb the Great Mount Everest.

“Respect the Mountain, The Mountain will definitely respect you and will help you to reach your destination”


Till date, she climbed the peak of Mount Airbrush in Europe and also the peak of largest Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. She climbed the peak of the mountain from seven times to 30 times approx. she also made the Indian World Record Holder for Tiger jump in Gujrat submit. But still, she has a fire in her heart and hopes to climb the Mount Everest one day.

During her journey, she faced a lot of hurdles because of which success kisses her feet today. Though she received lots of awards but she desires to receive an award from The Prime Minister one day.

Don’t be discouraged, its often the last key in the bunch which opens the lock.

The above quotes completely relate to Nandani’s life that faced many problems during her mountaineering career.
She wanted financial support of about 20-25 lakh and as her father was not able to afford so no one supported her, but finally, her father agreed to bear the amount for his daughter’s dreams.But by the peer pressure of the society, her father suggested her kill her dreams and get married.

But the strong woman doesn’t lose confidence and faith on herself and asked her parents to provide her one year of time since then everybody supported her with collecting funds and finally she went to Manali with her colleagues and climbed the stock kangari which was about 6663 km.

By looking into these things her father allowed her to Pursue her to chase her dream with passion and motivated her to achieve her desired goals Sometimes you have to lose something in order to Win How to Conquer adversity and fulfill your destiny.


She Thanks Her Parents and her Society who supported her in every walk of life. But on the other side, she regrets that she was not helped financially by the government where people call themselves as feminists and shout the slogan “Beti Bachao, Beti Padho”, which is just a slogan to scream in public but nobody initiates to implement.

Precious words:

“Work hard no matter you are a girl or a boy, the success will definitely bow the head in front of you”. To all my Young girls out there, just chase your dreams, break the chains and become the

The peak of the mountain.

Here as-as a writer it’s a very small request I would like to make “Please Don’t just say and read such stories but also help our little girls to achieve their goals and the beautiful life they deserve.

  1. Hi, I know Nandini very well as she was a trainer when I did my first summit “The Roopkund” in May 2015. She is very talented, hard working and loads of energy she has. I too support her in each moment. As a person she is calm and cool in nature. I wish her all the best in her upcoming treks and yes she is definately going to beat her future very soon.

  2. “When you go to the mountains, you see them and you admire them. In a sense, they give you a challenge, and you try to express that challenge by climbing them….!!
    Gudluck…meri dost… Keep it up…

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