JNV’s Alumnus Anil Rulaniya Conquers Europe’s Highest Peak, Hoists Tricolour

Anil Rulaniya

Mountaineer Anil Rulaniya achieved the feat of conquering Mount Elbrus, the highest peak of Europe, with his team. Europe’s highest mountain peak, Mount Elbrus, is 5,642 metres in height and is located in Russia.

Elbrus is considered to be an unachievable peak by mountaineers around the world. Its temperature ranges between minus 20-30 degrees Celsius.

Anil Rulaniya

Mountaineer Anil Rulaniya who hails from Nagwa village in Sikar district of Rajasthan achieved this with three other counterparts. The three others were Ashish Dixit, Krish Das and Shipti, hailing from Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Jharkhand, respectively.

Similarly, Mountaineer Anil Rulaniya had hoisted India’s National Flag on Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, on the occasion of Republic Day.

Anil Rulaniya, interestingly, had completed his bachelor’s degree from Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University and is passed out of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Patan in Rajasthan’s Sikar.

Anil Rulaniya

In a conversation with ‘The Democratic Mirror,’ Mountaineer Anil Rulaniya expressed his will to hoist tricolour on the highest peaks of all the continent of the world.

Anil Rulaniya

His Mount Elbrus expedition was sponsored by VK Group Dubai from Nagwa village. Rameshwar Lal Jangid, the founder of VK Group Dubai and its CEO and MD Radheshyam Jangid wholeheartedly support NRI’s in Dubai.

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