Poorna Malavath is the youngest Indian female to conquer Mount Everest at the age of 13 years and 11 months in 2014. Hailing from a humble background in the village of Pakala, Telangana, she shattered barriers and went on to achieve remarkable feats. After conquering the world’s highest peak, she fearlessly climbed the Seven Summits, including Mount Kilimanjaro, leaving an indelible mark on the mountaineering world.

Recognized for her remarkable achievements, Poorna received numerous awards, including the Amazing Indians Awards from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Beyond awards, she promotes girl-child education and inspires a shift away from child marriages in rural and tribal communities.