The last part of the ascend was very long and taxing, breathlessness,head ache and running nose was making it more difficult, the feeling of giving up was intermittently coming in my mind and every time I stopped to take few breaths, a voice came from behind saying , "bass thora aur (little more)" and i thought you are about to make it to the top , so just don't give up ,take time but reach the peak. Every time i looked up it seemed like i was about to reach but after reaching that point i saw another such point, the mountain was really testing my patience , with fast winds blowing and ever increasing steepness it was becoming more difficult. People were already irritated trying to overtake each other and loosing patience , the stress could be seen on there faces.
Then i finally saw the red flag on the summit and just ran up to the peak and it was the time when I forgot all my pain, did not even think about how tired i was , that was like living in the moment , you have accomplished something great and all the world's prizes seem to be worthless when you are at the top.It felt like an unrealistic sense of accomplishment because such kind of a feeling is rare to come , tears rolled through my eyes and i laughed, it was from some of the most happiest moments of my life , really amazing . After getting our photos clicked we started the descend and believe me a descend is more difficult than an ascend most of the times and this descend was really horrifying , it was really very steep i saw people slipping falling and sometimes the leg got stuck in loose snow , although in some parts the snow was tight and we could easily glisade(sliding in snow) through huge patches of snow and it helped a lot! After 16 hours of vigorous grinding we reached back to Khullara , it was like every strand of my muscles had reached it's extent.