Numerous articles written in well known magazines like Explorers Web, The Himalayan Club, The Outdoor Magazine, Indian Mountaineering Foundation and others on my Ultra Journeys, mapping of the Indian Himalayas and more.

Featured articles and interviews in various magazines on my Ultra Journeys and mapping efforts of the Indian Himalayas

ExplorersWeb was founded 20 years ago by Tom and Tina Sjögren, the first couple to complete the Three Poles Challenge by climbing Mount Everest and skiing to both the North and South Poles. Talking with climbers at Everest Base Camp and explorers around the world, Tom and Tina became frustrated with involvement of commercial expedition organizers in the world of exploration and the bias in the media coverage of exploration. They saw it focusing on well-funded Anglo-Saxon expeditions and ignoring the achievements of others.

The Himalayan Club’s inaugural meeting was held at the General Headquarters of the Army in Delhi on the 17th of February 1928 under the chairmanship of Field-Marshall Sir William Birdwood, the Club’s first President. There were one hundred and twenty-seven Founder Members, among whom were Sir Martin Conway, Douglas Freshfield, Thomas Longstaff, E. F. Norton, Norman Collie and many other seasoned Himalayan travellers of their generation. In 1884 Douglas Freshfield writing in the Alpine Journal, suggested that knowledge of the Himalaya might be extended by the establishment of a club prepared to publish narratives of science and adventure.

The Outdoor Journal is a print magazine, with true stories from adventurers and travellers all over the world. It is a website, with news from unreported regions and stories not told. It is videos, of adventures, and expeditions to places that still have room for first descents and ascents. It is events, bringing together communities of enthusiasts and believers. It is a reviews platform, enabling travellers to make better decisions about their next adventure. It is a global network of individuals who believe in something greater than their selves.

Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) is the apex national body for mountaineering and allied sports. What was initially formed as the ‘Sponsoring Committee of the Cho Oyu Expedition’, transformed into the IMF on 5th January, 1961, as we know it today. IMF supports, promotes and regulates national and international climbing and mountaineering in India and is affiliated to the UIAA (International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation). IMF is also the regulatory body for the competitive Olympic sport of Sport Climbing and is affiliated to the IFSC (International Federation of Sport Climbing). IMF is also engaged in mountain protection work, knowledge building and creating awareness of the Indian Himalaya.

Others. Articles written by self and other magazines on my Ultra Journeys, lifestyle and mapping efforts of the Indian Himalayas