from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountain, 7,761.3 m (25,447 ft) high, in the northwest Himalaya Mountains on the India-China border. It was first scaled in 1931.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A mountain in India and Tibet, 25,447 feet high.
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- n. a mountain in the Himalayas in northern India (25,450 feet high)
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White flour is refined (processed) instead purchase whole grains that contain ingredients like oatmeal, whole wheat, spelt, quinoa, millet, Kamet, amaranth and buckwheat.
Cushion plants have been recorded at more than 6,100 meters, while a high-altitude scree plant in the mustard family, Ermania himalayensis, was found at 6,300 meters on the slopes of Mt. Kamet in the northwestern Himalayas.
Sangam Himalya Resort, a place overlooking Himalayan Peaks like Nanda Devi, Kamet etc. We also visited Binsar a reserve forest but did not find any animals or birds.
Shortly after Jakholi, from a small village en route, the towering peaks of Kamet and Choukhamba were seen.
I can't recall seeing the Kamet peaks so close from anywhere else.
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