Being Yourself | Jaahnavi Sriperambuduru | TEDxDSCEWomen

Jaahnavi Sriperambuduru known as “The Mysterious Mountain Girl” at 13years old she turned into the youngest girl on the planet to scale the Mt. Elbrus, Europe’s tallest peak. Jaahnavi’s main goal is to climb most noteworthy peaks of the 7 continents, known as “Mission 7 Summit” and she is 4 down on her central goal, and only 3 more mountains to go while she is just 15 years of age.
This talk tells us that why is such a young girl so enthusiastic about scaling tallest mountains over the globe. She is resolved to help underprivileged young women, by instructing and preparing them with fundamental abilities through her NGO Jaahnavi Foundation and JanJay Adventures.
She is a Bharatanatyam artist, painter and furthermore a motivational speaker, who circumvents towns to educate young women. She is also the YOUNGEST GUIDE to make a WORLD RECORD by taking the biggest contingent of school students to the Everest Base Camp Trek. Jaahnavi Sriperambuduru known as “The Mysterious Mountain Girl”, at the age of 13years she became the youngest girl in the world to scale the Mt. Elbrus, Europe’s tallest peak.
Jaahnavi’s mission is to climb highest peaks of the 7 continents, known as ‘Mission 7 Summit’ and she is 4 down on her mission, and just 3 more mountains to go while she is only 15 years old.
So, if you are asking why is such a young girl so passionate about scaling tallest mountains across the globe?
Here’s the reason:
She is determined to help underprivileged girls, by educating and training them with life skills through her NGO Jaahnavi Foundation and JanJay Adventures provides her Technical Support in organizing adventure sports and other wilderness activities as she is focusing on promoting adventure sports in India.
Jaahnavi is also a motivational speaker, she goes around villages to educate girls, she is an inspiration to both youth and adults. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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