New York, NY, July 28, 2020: New York resident writer-editor and data scientist set a world record when his book, “100% Life” was launched on the top of Mount Everest.
The Cholan Book of World Records has accepted Rajan Thapaliya’s record.
Thapaliya’s book became the world’s first motivational book taken by a Nepali immigrant to Mt. Everest on Friday, May 18, at 8 am, when Ang Daw Sherpa, a professional and certified international mountain guide, climbed Mount Everest.
Everest reaches 29,029 feet (8,848 m) above sea level, and is the highest mountain on Earth.
Rajan Thapliya is the author of several books and a contributor to Forbes Middle East. He was a former contributor to HuffPost and Elite Daily. He is currently the editor of New York City Post LLC. He is also a data scientist, and is pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy degree at Northcentral University.
Lulu Press published “100% Life” in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. The book is meant to inspire and encourage people on their path through life.
His poem “Mystic Nepal” in Path Finder is included in the national syllabus for students of 7 classes in Nepal. Rajan has written many news and articles about physically disabled people.
“The book’s main objective is to make the readers stronger, more powerful, and happier than before. This book wants to change your life and turn pain into bliss. “100% Life” is full of hope and belief about our life,” said a press release issued by the author.