Bhagirathi Parbat II (Hindi: भागीरथी पर्वत II) is a mountain in Uttarakhand India. It’s the 85th highest located entirely within Uttarakhand India. Nanda Devi is the highest mountain in this category. It’s the second-highest peak in the Bhagirathi Massif. The summit is 6512 meters or 21365 feet. It was first climbed by Austrians Edi Ellmauthaler and Toni Messner in 1933.
It was first ascent by Austrians Edi Ellmauthaler and Toni Messner in 1933. The first Indian success at this peak came on 20 October 1966. Govinda Raj, Amar Ray, and two Sherpas, Karma and Gyalboo climbed to the summit after a ten-hour of a difficult climb. while coming back from the summit in a freak accident Amar Ray, and two Sherpas Karma and Gyalboo died while Govinda Raj got frostbite.