At 29000 feet above the sea level, the tallest and most famous mountain in the world, invokes awe and respect at the same time. It is a mystery that unravels itself only to those, who are brave and resilient enough to scale its summit. This year, out of 800 mountaineers who reached the peak were 3 very special people. Sangeeta Behl, who at 53, became the oldest Indian woman to climb the Everest. Her husband Ankur had scaled the peak in 2016 so that makes them one of the oldest couples to do so, and then, there were Deeya and Ajeet Bajaj who became the first Indian father-daughter duo to scale Mt Everest together. All 4 are sitting down with me for a chat.