Despite endless setbacks, this group persevered and risked their own lives by swimming up to 12km at a time, to convince people to climb into their rafts and abandon homes to the rising water.
A growing number of young female Indian climbers could soon take the world by storm.
Rafting has vastly boosted the local economy. The government didn’t provide these jobs, but has benefited from them. If not thankful, the state could have been a little mindful.
This article supplements an upcoming feature in the print edition of The Outdoor Journal.
That summer, I thought I was on a hiking adventure like any other.
For five years, Prerna Dangi perfected her climbing, whilst dealing with frequent issues of body image and gender bias in India.