Mount Everest is renowned all over the globe for being the tallest mountain there is! Many people dream of one day seeing this gigantic elevation in person, and perhaps even climbing its formidable slopes and summiting its awe-inspiring peak.
Mount Everest Day is celebrated every year on May 29. The date was chosen to honor the mountaineers Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who climbed the mountain on that day in 1953.
“We look up. For weeks, for months, that is all we have done. Look up. And there it is-the top of Everest. Only it is different now: so near, so close, only a little more than a thousand feet above us. It is no longer just a dream, a high dream in the sky, but a real and solid thing, a thing of rock and snow, that men can climb. We make ready. We will climb it. This time, with God’s help, we will climb on to the end.”
– Tenzing Norgay
1.6 TIGER HILLS- Pictorial Presentation
2.1 CHERRY TREE- Pictorial Presentation
2.2 THE SOWER- Pictorial Presentation
2.3 THERE IS ANOTHER SKY- Pictorial Presentation
2.4 UPON THE WESTMINSTER BRIDGE- Pictorial Presentation