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Green Olympiad Award Ceremony
Green Olympiad Award Ceremony
Well Hand over Program at Vandre Village
Well Hand over Program at Vandre Village

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Vandre Village Well construction inauguration Ceremony
Vandre Village Well construction inauguration Ceremony

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Past Event

Nepal Earthquake: Two Miracles on the Way to the Everest

Nepal Earthquake: Two Miracles on the Way to the Everest Pune, August 2015 : “What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.” The proverb was proved with the extreme motivative & jaw dropping experiences at the event of Rendezvous by an eyewitness of Nepal earthquake, Mr. Bhushan Joshi. The audience, present at the session, was thrilled after hearing the shocking experiences by Mr. Joshi, A mountaineer who was on the expedition of Everest during Nepal earthquake. On the event of Rendezvous, an interactive session organized by TERRE Policy Centre, the speaker shared his experiences with the enthusiastic audience. The event was organized on 17th July 2015 at Indradhanushya Paryavaran Kendra, Pune.

Nepal Earthquake: Two Miracles on the Way to the EverestAs a mountaineer, Mr. Joshi told his experience at the site with different kinds of people who taught the lesson not to give up at any cost. Though getting an opportunity to get escaped from the tragic zone, group leader Mr. Joshi stick to the place helping his teammates. “The moment of avalanche came when I & my teammates were buried below the snow for some time. Those 3 minutes were literally heart breaking. Remote probabilities got us in the most remote and dangerous places in the world at the worst time of earthquake. Same weird probabilities kept us 200 meters from huge devastation and deaths at the basecamp. Not everyone had probabilities on their favor. All 24 trekkers in the team got out safely with minor bruises. It was closest to death so far.” Revealing the miracle, Mr. Joshi unveiled his experiences with the people he met including IAF officials, Foreigners, local people.

At the end of the session, Mr. Joshi cleared many doubts, questions of the audience and guide them. Mr. Joshi was honored by President of TERRE Policy Centre Dr. Vinitaa Apte at the end of the session.