Gauri Sankar


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Gauri Sankar

 

a mountain peak in the Himalayas. Elevation, 7,144 m. Until 1913, Gauri Sankar was mistakenly identified with Mount Everest (Chomo Langma), the world’s highest peak, located 60 km to the east.

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