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Hari Budha Magar

Hari Budha Magar

Hari Budha Magar is a former Corporal in the British Army’s legendary Gurkha regiment, a double above-knee amputee and record-breaking mountaineer.

He is the first person with a double above-knee amputee to summit Mount Everest.

In 2010, Hari Budha Magar lost both of his legs in Afghanistan following an IED explosion. Initally he struggled to come to terms with the loss of both of his legs but he turned this round into a motivation to not let disability stop him.

Hari has since then made it his focus to work on positively transforming the way people with disabilities are perceived, and how they perceive themselves.

Hari made it his mission to inspire and change perceptions with regard to disability globally. Approximately 12-15% of the world’s population has some kind of disability, which equates to nearly 1 billion people worldwide. In summiting Everest Hari hopes to give inspiration to others facing similar circumstances so they believe anything is possible with the right mindset.

Hari Budha Magar’s is an inspirational speaker who talks about resilience, determination, and unwavering spirit, the qualities that have served him throughout his journey.

His story is more than just inspiring; it is captivating and deeply moving. Hari speaks with authenticity and his talks inspire others to believe in the power of possibility.

Contact Great British Speakers today to book the inspirational former Gurkha and first double above-knee amputee to climb Mount Everest Hari Budha Magar  for your next event.

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