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The Himalayan Club has 508,079 members. "To encourage and assist Himalayan travel and exploration, and to extend knowledge of the Himalaya and adjoining mountain ranges through science, art, literature and sport."
With this aim, The Himalayan Club was founded on 17 th February 1928, and this year we are celebrating its 90th foundation year. It is one of the earliest clubs to have been established in the sub-continent. The Club, therefore, continues in its main mission by offering a meeting ground for its members - talks, slide-shows and films are organised regularly; the Club offers scholarships to the courses run by the three mountaineering institutes in India, for needy students; it has a fair stock of equipment which it hires out to its members for a nominal charge and its in house journals every year the Himalayan Journal and the Himalayan Club Newsletter. These publications have now been recognised as the foremost authority in climbing in the Himalaya, Kararoram and the Hindu Kush. The club enjoys a worldwide membership with its presence in many of the countries, and has most of the famous mountaineers amongst its members.. Club
The Himalayan Club has 508,079 members. "To encourage and assist Himalayan travel and exploration, and