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Everest Trial RaceThe RACE in the world’s highest altitude - Everest Trial Race has started on 15th November, 2011 from Jiri, Dolakha. The race will complete after 6 days when the racers will reach at Lukla, Solukhumbu. The race has been organized jointly by ADEAVENTURA Group (Spain) and Annapurna Treks and Expedition (Nepal).


The race will lead the racers to the altitude of more than 5 thousand and 8 hundred meters. A total of 25 participants - 2 Nepalese olampian racers (Baikuntha Manandhar), 1 French and 22 Spanish racers are being part of the amazing race. Among which 5 are the ladies participants.


The winner of the race will get the prize amount of 2000, second winner will get 1500 and 1000 is the third prize.


ADEAVENTURA Group is being organizing the adventure expiditions all over the world. The group said that the organisation of the Everest Trail Race lead to present a new challenge to all those people that want to broaden horizons, both personally and in sports, and meet new landscapes, new feelings and go deep into the self knowledge.


The oldest participant of the race is Nepalese Olumpic medal winner Baikuntha Manandhar. Baikuntha did not take part in any of the racing activities after having heart surgery. However, he is very much determined to complete this race. He also said that this is the most important event of his life.


The official site for the expedition is everesttrialrace.com.


Published in Events
Saturday, 12 November 2011 11:09

Amazing Pictures Collection

Check the gallery of amazing images that will spellbound you and will make think you: how this has happened?

Tricky Photo: Look continuously at this photo? What will you see?

Tricky Photo


Look photo below for up to 30 seconds continuously and then watch the blank wall. You will see the face of Jesus Christ.


Can you say the color name not the word?


Which one is angry? Check first from near, then from a bit far. Can you tell?


Published in Weird & Interesting
Thursday, 03 November 2011 16:29

Risab Dev Ghimire: Amazing Boy in Nepal

Januk Ghimire's son Risab Dev Ghimire, who is seven months old, has a headless "parasitic twin" attached to his abdomen and was born with extra limbs in Ramechhap, Nepal. Now thousands of people are making the pilgrimage to his small village, where some are honoring him as a god.

Some believe that Risab is the reincarnation of Ganesh, the Hindu elephant God. Ganesh is often portrayed as having several arms. Risab Dev Ghimire was born with four arms and four legs. The impoverished are worried that some see the baby not as a blessing but a curse — the reason why monsoon rains are late.

Risab's mother says that her pregnancy was a hard one, and she was in a great deal of pain before his birth. She told reporters that if it hadn't been for her husband's presence, neighbors might have killed her for being a witch after giving birth to the child. She hopes that someday Risab can have a normal life, but his father says it's unlikely they'll ever have enough money to get him the operation he will need to remove the extra limbs. Cases like Risab's are extremely rare, and occur when twins fail to separate completely from one another.

Published in Weird & Interesting
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