Nanga Parbat into a place where fairies live where you experience things that you only dream a place while looking at one of the most beautiful mountains in the world a place where the coal goes away and of someone you love where you live in a wooden…
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Nanga Parbat into a place where fairies live where you experience things that you only dream a place while looking at one of the most beautiful mountains in the world a place where the coal goes away and of someone you love where you live in a wooden cottage with warm blankets have you ever been to a place like this I have so here I am after so many days of waiting to write about something my every dream every journey shall be thought begins with you and ends with you I’ve made a hole in you that exists only for me it wasn’t an easy journey to signing into your eyes forward but I did this was maybe.
I knew that you are the only possible way you survive in this chaos for many years have failed pages writing about you and now when I find it with you have lost words the way I have written about you you are nothing like that they’re much kinder you are a mountain that has taken many laps and that is why people call you a killer Mountain when I saw you for the first time right in front of me.
I was thinking how can something so beautiful peaceful deadly so many people have tried to submit you but only a few came back their bodies are lost somewhere and you have given them a blanket of snow so then it starts wandering isn’t it the same with humans they look beautiful and comforting from the outside to keep calling you but when you will get closer to destroy you I guess your split with the noodles at least we know what we’re getting ourselves into but with humans, you never know I made the decision to see you in winters and I guess that was one of the most beautiful decision of my life I wanted to see you when winters I wanted to enjoy solitude because now when I remember you with just you and me in this world
Nanga Parbat, also called Diamir, one of the world’s tallest mountains, 26,660 feet (8,126 metres) high, situated in the western Himalayas 17 miles (27 km) west-southwest of Astor, in the Pakistani-administered sector of the Kashmir region. The mountain’s steep south wall rises nearly 15,000 feet (4,600 metres) above the valley immediately below, and the north side drops about 23,000 feet (7,000 metres) to the Indus River.
Nanga Parbat Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan is lying on the borderline between Pakistan and India is known as King of Mountains. It is the world’s 9th highest mountains with its altitude 8125m. Nanga means naked and Parbat means mountain. The Rakhiot (Ra Kot) face is dominated by the north and south silver crags and silver plateau; the Diamir face is rocky in the beginning. It converts itself into ice fields around the Nanga Parbat peak. The Rupal face is the highest precipice in the world. It is not part of the Karakoram as it is the western extremity of the mighty Himalaya. It is separated from the Karakoram by the mighty Indus River. The first expedition to Nanga Parbat was a British expedition led by A. F. Mummery in 1895 but it was first climbed in 1953 by a joint Austrian – German Expedition. Hermann Buhl made the final ascent in a tortuous 41 hours solo ordeal without oxygen. Mountaineers have tried to ascent its summit through different routes but only a few lucky ones have succeeded.
Nanga Parbat is known as Maneater. It claimed 31 lives before it was conquered in 1953. Nanga Parbat’s normal route is not extremely technical, but it’s long and exposed. The mountain is infamous for bad weather and the route offers many tricky sections. It’s considered one of the hardest peaks.