The origins of women’s relationship with the Himalayas according to the ancient mythology according to the ancient myth. Through the pilgrimage begins the Himalayan Parikrama, the habitat of the gods of the common people. An outstanding account of Panch-Pandav’s inspection is available in Mahabharata so that the five husbands also have a trip to the Himalayas of Draupadi. If the Mahabharata was considered as a gray manuscript of India History, the first climbing women of the Dorpadi Himalaya Passenger. The history of adding women to the Himalayas is found in the 8th century only when Draupadi is considered to be ‘myth’.
During the British rule, gradually becoming interested in different education and culture, the Bengalis went to the Himalayas. According to the book ‘Pilgrimage’ of Jadunath Most Characters Writer of the first Himalayan tour of Bengali language, it was found that during the visit of Kedarnath-Rabindranath in 1850, there were also many women of different age groups. In October 1887, Rabindranath Tagore went to Darjeeling, Maungpo, and Sikkim with his wife Mrinalini Devi, daughter Bela and two sisters, Soudamini and Swarnakumari and their two daughters, Herminia and Saralaya. The Tagore family’s daughter Swarnkumari’s travel information was published in the monthly Indian magazine six episodes. That is the first Himalaya travel story written by a Bengali woman.
Devshankar Shil, the organizer of the first hill festival of West Bengal, went to Nathu-la with the bride in 1958 and lives in the next four years. It is the record of any Bengali woman who has long been close to the Himalayas.
The credibility of getting women interested in hiking is related to the ‘Himalayan Mountaineering Institution’ of the oldest mountain climbing training institute in Darjeeling region. Mountaineering became increasingly popular in the Indian subcontinent after the establishment of the organization on November 4, 1954, when Everest (29,035 feet) winner Everest (29,035 feet) winner of Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Indian climbing women’s participation in the mountaineering began as many other campaigns, from the family of Tenzing city. In 1959, the international women ‘Chao’ (26,857 feet) campaign took place. Madame Claude Kogan took part in this campaign from India, two daughters of the first family of Tenjin Nima and Pempem and their Fufu Doma Sherpani. Although Indian women did not enter the mountain range, Nima Tenzing rose to 22,400 feet high. The incident triggered a stir in Indian women. Since then, Indian women are walking on the hill.
After 10 years of establishment of this institute, training for women has started. In 1964, the arrival of Bengali women started. Shree Mati Bhakti Biswas, the daughter of Jogesh Chandra Ghosh of Manikganj and daughter of Subhasini Devi of Bangladesh, is the first Bengali woman to complete the Basic Course. This is devotion and her husband Dr. The first rock climbing women camp was held on January 23, 1965, in Shushunya, West Bengal’s main rock climbing ground in Bakunda. Among the 24 trainees in the camp held by HMI’s manpower and technical assistance, four were Bengali women. Next time women climber Sujata Guha, Antarctica twice and Sudipta Sengupta, Ranjana, who was once in the North Pole, were also in the camp.
Indian women’s death started on the hills by the Bengali women. Anima Sengupta died of stone collapse on 2nd October in the fall of the failed trail pass (17,700 feet) in 1965. The completion of basic hiking training in HIM was held in 1967 from Dhiyali Sinha’s women’s mountaineering club ‘Parthikrut’, the first mountain of ‘West Bengal’ Bengali women ‘Ronti Abhiyan’ was held. On October 28, 1967, Swapna Mitra (later Chowdhury) with Pasang Sherpa and The Tenzing Sherpa reached the peak. Climbing woman conquered 19,893 feet high Ronti Mountain So memorable day on October 28 to Bengali women.
In 1970, a pilot club under the leadership of Sujia Guha raided a virgin mountain peak of the Himachal Himalayas. On 21st August, the leader of the party Sujia Guha, the co-leader of the party, Sudipta Sen Gupta, Shefali Ghosh and three Sherpa Shikar won. This is the first success of Bengali women in anonymity and non-invasive (virgin) mountains. The mountain peak of 20,130 feet high is named after ‘Lalna’. It was a memorable event for women climbers in 1975. Japanese housewife Junko Tabei stepped on the world’s peak climber’s ever-infested-Everest But the names of Bengali women, who are the most mountainous Mountains of Mount Everest, do not have many names. Although the number of climbing women of Everest is more than the number of women, there are only five (three in West Bengal and two of Bangladesh) among whom the first was Captain Shipra Majumder of the army – then (2005)