Inherited with a legacy of service to the nation an Indian Armed Force Officer from the nondescript village Bhaduri in Jammu and Kashmir conquered all the highest mountain of all seven continents and awarded twice "VSM".
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Welcome to the official website of Colonel Jamwal, the best mountaineer in India, an extraordinary adventurer, and the best motivator in the India. With a remarkable record of conquering the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest three times, Colonel Jamwal stands as a true inspiration to all. As a 7 Summiteer, he has pushed the boundaries of human achievement by conquering the highest peaks on all continents, known as the continental summits. Join us on this thrilling adventure and witness the incredible journey of this exceptional individual who has become a symbol of courage, determination, and motivation.
Discover the remarkable achievements of Colonel Jamwal, the best mountaineer and adventurer in India. Explore his breathtaking expeditions and gripping tales of conquering the world's highest peaks. Be inspired to embark on your own adventure as you delve into the extraordinary life of this legendary mountaineer, who has not only set records but has also brought immense pride to India.
Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal is a third-generation soldier also known as an Ace Mountaineer. He was born on 26 December 1975. His family is from Badhori of Samba District in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. He completed his primary and secondary education from Army School, Ratnuchak. He cleared the Officer Examination (Army Cadet College) and joined the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun in 1998.
Colonel Jamwal is the first Indian to climb the Seven Summits and Mount Everest three times. He is a veteran of more than 30 mountaineering expeditions across seven continents that include the Mount Everest expedition four times.
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The Vishisht Seva Medal awarded soldier
Your attitude decides your altitude
Being a mountaineer, you have to be positive and calm towards your goal. Going up would be optional but coming down is mandatory, so you should always think and act like an achiever.
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