For generations of Himalayan enthusiasts, Indian photographer Ashok Dilwali's images are a critical record of one of Earth's most renowned ranges, and a changing landscape
From unreported deaths, to unsustainable human activity and environmental degradation. India's national heritage is at stake.
Mountaineer and photographer Jimmy Chin's exclusive story of a climb on the spectacular prow of the Shark's Fin, a.k.a.
In 1986, mountaineer Mandip Singh Soin and a small group of friends made the first Indian ascent of Meru North, alpine style — fulfilling one climber's determination to defeat the crux that had been his undoing before. .