On Top of the World: Satyadeep Gupta’s Record-breaking Ascent and Mental Health Advocacy

In human endeavors, some push the boundaries not just for personal glory, but to shine a light on important causes. Satyadeep Gupta, a distinguished Marine Engineer and alumnus of MERI-IMU 2007 Passout, formerly DMET, India’s premier Marine Engineering College, is one such individual embarking on an extraordinary journey to set a world record while championing the cause of mental health awareness.

In April 2024, he plans to scale Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m) without bottled oxygen (becoming the first person in North India to achieve this feat), showcasing resilience in adversity.

Following this, in May 2024, he will embark on a historic journey to summit Mount Everest and Lhotse twice within the same season, symbolizing the resilience of the human spirit and thus creating a world record.

About Satyadeep

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Hailing from Puranpur, Uttar Pradesh, Satyadeep Gupta’s journey from a Marine Engineer to a fervent mountaineer is inspirational. His childhood, filled with simple joys, laid the foundation for his love of outdoor activities. After graduating from MERI Kolkata (DMET) in 2007, he embraced adventure wholeheartedly.

Driven by his passion, Satyadeep immersed himself in mountaineering, honing his skills at the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarkashi. With top grades in Basic and Advanced Mountaineering Courses, he embarked on expeditions to peaks reaching heights of 7000m, including remarkable achievements like summiting Mount Kanchenjunga (8586 meters) and Mount Makalu (8463 meters).

Scaling Heights for Mental Health

Satyadeep’s upcoming endeavor is not just about breaking records; it’s a profound statement about the importance of mental well-being. His mission to conquer Mount Lhotse and Everest twice in one season transcends physical prowess; it’s about breaking barriers and fostering open conversations around mental health.

His Past Triumphs

Satyadeep’s journey in mountaineering is a testament to his resilience:

Summiting Mount Kanchenjunga (8586m) in May 2022.

Summiting Mount Makalu (8463m) in May 2023.

Numerous expeditions showcasing his unwavering commitment to mountaineering excellence.

Tracking his Expedition

His team has implemented a groundbreaking feature: live location tracking. Utilizing a satellite device, real-time signals and GPS coordinates will be relayed directly to the website. This advancement means that supporters can stay connected every step of the way, even as the pinnacle of Everest is reached.

This pioneering initiative represents a significant milestone for Indian mountaineering. Together, history is being forged right from the onset of this expedition.

Stay tuned to the Mission Update Page (https://satyapro.com/mission-update) for regular progress updates. Insights, stories, and reflections will be shared through brief blog posts, ensuring you’re informed of every twist and turn along this incredible journey.

Once again, heartfelt thanks are extended to each and every supporter for their unwavering encouragement and support: YTT Group, JMDI Academy, Merchant Navy Decoded, Valiance Solutions, DMECA Mumbai, DMET Club, and fellow

seafarers

Visit Satyadeep’s website to know more:

https://satyapro.com/

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