Debolin Sen is a High Altitude Himalayan Traveler. Having traveled to the base camps of Mt. Kanchenjunga in Sikkim in 2005 and Mt. Everest in Nepal in 2008, Sen launched his ambitious 14 Base Camp Project with the April 2012 journey to Mt. Annapurna ~ the world’s 10th highest mountain. He spent 21 Days in the outdoors to complete the Annapurna Double (Circuit + Base Camp) in 2012. In 2013, he breached the 6000 mtr mark by reaching the top of Stok Kangri in Ladakh, his first Himalayan Summit. He dreams of succeeding in his quest of seeing the 14 highest mountains in the world as well as crossing the 7000 mtr mark and above.
The journey to the Everest Base Camp was a tumultuous one for Sen involving an act of desertion. His action, reflections and conflicts gave birth to 18 Days. He soon launched the website www.18days.in and also captured his story in print. He plans on publishing it in the near future.
Sen lives in Mumbai, India with his wife Sumona and their son Shayon. The call of the Himalayas are too strong for him to ignore. His adventures continue.