Date of Birth: 18 February 1978
Nationality : Nepali
Language: English, Hindi,Nepali ,japanese and chinese
Address : Gaurishankar, Ward No.1, Dolkha, Nepal
Current Address: Saraswatinagar, Boudha-06, Nepal
His brief biography
Thundu Sherpa was born in Rolwaling 4200m and came to Kathmandu city in very young age and started his schooling in Kopan Monastry. He started his climbing journey from Kanchenjunja as Kitchen boy and then started as climbing Sherpa in 2000s. In last year 2018 MAY23, he received three world Guinness Records.
1st Guinness Records certificate is for The most siblings to have climbed Everest is seven, a record shared by two families. On 12 May 1992, Nim Temba Sherpa, the second son of nine children born to Nima Tsiri Sherpa and Pema Futi Sherpa, reached the top of Everest. By 23 May 2007, all other male siblings had followed suit: Nima Gombu Sherpa, Mingma Tsiri Sherpa, Ang Tsiri Sherpa, Pasang Tenzing Sherpa, Thundu Sherpa and Pema Tharke Sherpa. The sibling's father, Nima Tsiri Sherpa, started the family's climbing tradition when Edmund Hillary hired him as the "mail runner" for his expedition on Everest. https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/78513-most-siblings-to-have-climbed-mt-everest/
2nd Guinness Records certificate is for Nepalese brothers Pema Tharke Sherpa, Mingma Tsiri Sherpa, Thundu Sherpa and Pasang Tenzing Sherpa climbed Everest (8848 m) together on 23 May 2007 via the South Col. All seven male siblings climbed Everest between 15 May 1992 (Nim Temba Sherpa) and 23 May 2007 (Pema Tharke Sherpa), setting a record for the Most siblings to have climbed Everest. https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/384594-most-siblings-climbing-together-an-8-000-m-mountain/
3th Guinness Records certificate is for the most ascent of Everest by siblings is Nepalese brothers Mingma tsiri Sherpa,Nima Gombu Sherpa, Pasang tensing Sherpa, Ang Tsiri Sherpa , Nim Temba Sherpa , Pema tharke Sherpa and thundu Sherpa, achieved between 12may 1992and 16may 2017.
|1||Everest (8848m)||12times||all summit|
|2||Manaslu(8163m)||4 times||all summit|
|4||Cho Oyu(8201)||4 times||all summit|