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The King of Himalayas Nirmal Purja Complete Biography

Nirmal Purja Biography

Everything to know about Nepalese mountaineer and world record holder Nirmal Purja aka Nims dai biography, wiki, networth, wife, and relationship.

Nirmal “Nims” Purja MBE  is a Nepalese mountaineer and holder of many world records in mountaineering. Before embarking on a mountaineering career, he served in the British Army with the Royal Gurkha Rifles and then the Royal Navy’s Special Boat Service (SBS), a special forces outfit.

The former British Gurkha soldier is famous for climbing all 14 eight-thousanders (mountain peaks exceeding 8,000 meters or 26,000 feet) in a record-breaking six months and six days using bottled oxygen.

He was also the first person to summit Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu all on the same day. Purja and a group of nine Nepalese mountaineers successfully made the first-ever winter ascent of Pakistan’s K2 in 2021.

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Nirmal Purja is a well-known mountaineer who was born in Nepal, Myagdi, near Dhaulagiri, at 1,600 meters above sea level, on July 25, 1983,  and raised in Chitwan.

Nirmal Purja’s zodiac sign is Leo, according to astrologers. The 38-year-old is a member of the famed Mountaineer group and is the fifth child of his parents’ five. Nirmal’s father was an Indian Army officer, while his mother cared for their children at home.

In 2003, he joined as a British Gurkha soldier at the age of eighteen, following in his father’s footsteps.  The 38-year-old career as a mountaineer after serving in the British Armed Forces as a Nepalese Gurkha.

The Nepalese Mountaineer was admitted into the Gurkha Brigade in 2003. He enlisted in the Special Boat Service after five years in the British Royal Army, becoming the first Gurkha to complete SBS selection. Purja left the military in 2018 to pursue his passion for mountaineering. The former British Gurkha soldier achieved his first ascent of an eight-thousander on May 18, 2014, when he summited Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters) in under 15 days.

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Purja reached the top of Mount Everest on May 13, 2016, his second eight-thousander. The former British Gurkha soldier was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in the same year for his excellent achievements in high altitude mountaineering.

Who is Nirmal Purja Wife?

Suchi Purja is the wife of Nepalese mountaineer Nirmal Purja. Suchi and Nirmal have been married since 2006. Dental Therapist, who was born in 1988, is a British citizen who currently resides in the United Kingdom. Purja and her met in the early 2000s and dated for about five to six years before marrying. The couple does not have any children of their own at this time.

Nirmal Purja Wife

The 33-year-old is currently employed as a dental therapist and appears to be the Director of Mountain Philantrophy Limited. The pair owns property in Poole, Dorset, where they live.

Nirmal is a Dental Therapist and Hygienist in the United Kingdom on a professional level. After marrying Purja, she became interested in mountaineering, and also has even accompanied and assisted her husband on several of his escapades.

The former British Gurkha soldier’s wife is very supportive of her husband. “I am thankful I had such a beautiful wife who was super supportive and allowed me to do what I enjoy doing,” Nirmal said in a recent interview about how important Suchi has been in his life.

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I believe that in any couple’s existence if you prevent a person from doing what they enjoy, that person will be unhappy, and if that husband or wife is unhappy, the family will be unhappy.” The dental therapist is a huge supporter of her husband and his enthusiasm. When he goes on one of his adventures, she tries not to get too worked up.

Nirmal Purja’s Netflix documentary ’14 Peaks Gained Him International Acclaim

Netflix’s documentary ’14 peaks: Nothing is impossible’ released on November 29 has received global acknowledgment as Nepali mountaineer Nirmal Purja aka Nimsdai demonstrates an attitude that shouts ‘nothing is impossible with his People all across the world have been praising the documentary since it was released two days ago.

The IMDb score is as high as 8.6, and rotten tomatoes critics have given it an 83 percent rating. It was also named fifth on Netflix’s list of the top ten documentaries. Other honors for the film include The Guardian Film Choice and The Sunday Times’ Pick of the Week.

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Nirmal Purja’s Netflix documentary ’14 Peaks. (Image Source: Gripped)

“14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible,” a new Netflix film, has portrayed the story of famed Nepali mountaineer Nirmal “Nimsdai” Purja’s seven-month journey to summit all 14 of the world’s 8,000-meter peaks.

“With a crew of professional Sherpas, he crosses Mount Everest, K2, and other iconic peaks through terrible weather, life-or-death decisions, and the emotional weight of his mother’s illness back home,” Netflix says of Nirmal’s quest.

“14 Peaks is a fascinating, action-packed novel about courage, tenacity, and pushing human endurance to its extremes.” 14 Peaks depicts Purja’s activities and the challenges he experiences during his journey.

Nirmal decision to return up to one of the mountains after descending to rescue a lost climber, his legal battle to enter Tibet to climb the peaks there, and his effort to achieve his goals while caring for his elderly mother, who is ill, are just a few of them.

As part of Project Possible, Torquil Jones‘ video explores “Nepal’s strong relationship to high-altitude mountaineering” as seen through the eyes of Nimsdai. The film features 100 hours of footage shot by Nimsdai and his colleagues throughout their attempt at the world’s highest peaks, which took place between April and October of this year.

The 38-year-old and his team of skilled Sherpas conquered Mt Everest, K2, Kanchanjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri I, Manaslu, Nanga Parbat, Annapurna I, Gasherbrum I, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum II, and Shishapangma despite harsh weather and demonstrated strong will, breaking the previous record held by Kim Changho of South Korea, who took nearly 8 years to submit all 8000ers. “Know that nothing is impossible, and let this film inspire you.”

Nirmal Purja Net Worth in Millions

Nirmal Purja is one of the wealthiest mountaineers and one of the most well-known mountaineers. Nirmal Purja’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5-5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.

The former British Gurkha soldier has a nice salary because he has had a successful career ranging from military to mountaineering. Nirmal Purja’s main source of income is as a successful mountaineer.

 Nirmal, Purja after press meet. (Image Source: Instagram)

Nirmal, at the age of eighteen, followed in his father’s footsteps and enlisted as a British Gurkha soldier in 2003. Purja left the service as a Lance Corporal in 2018 after 15 years as a member of the British Gurkhas.

Nirmal has amassed a sizable fortune during his profession. The 38-year-old served in the British Army with the Royal Gurkha Rifles and then the Royal Navy’s Special Boat Service (SBS). During his time as a lance corporal with Special Boat Service, he earned an average of $50,000. Purja is the Bremonth Project Impossible’s Brand Ambassador.

The former British Gurkha soldier also made a good source of income from commercials for businesses including Red Bull, Middleton, Summit Oxygen, and others. Throughout his profession, he has earned a decent living. The mountaineer is the proprietor of two companies.

The Nirmal along with his wife Suchi teamed with English mountaineer Paul Vincent Maher and business executive Juliet Silvester for their second company, Mountain Philanthropy Limited, Nirmal is an important part of both of his businesses and makes a nice living.

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