• Sherpa people - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherpa_people Sherpa is one of the ethnic groups of Tibetan ancestry native to the most mountainous regions of Nepal and the Himalayas. The term sherpa or sherwa derives from the Sherpa language words Shyar and Pa, which refer to their geographical origin of eastern Tibet. Most Sherpa people live in the eastern regions of Nepal; however, some live farther west in the Rolwaling Valley and in the Helambu region north of Kathmandu. Sherpas establish gompas where they practice their religious traditions. Tengboch
  • Sherpa | History & Culture | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/Sherpa-people Sherpa, also called Sharwa, group of some 150,000 mountain-dwelling people of Nepal; Sikkim state, India; and Tibet (China); they are related to the Bhutia. Small groups of Sherpas also live in parts of North America, Australia, and Europe.
  • The Sherpa People of the Himalayas - ThoughtCo

    www.thoughtco.com/sherpa-people-definition-1434515 The Sherpa are an ethnic group who live in the high mountains of the Himalayas in Nepal. Well-known for being guides to Westerners who want to climb Mt. Everest, the highest mountain in the world, the Sherpa have an image of being hard-working, peaceful, and brave.
  • Sherpa People Facts - Nepal Travel Guide

    nepalensis.com/sherpa-people-facts Sherpa people are a well-praised tribe thieving in the higher elevation. Sherpa tribes are native to Nepal, China, Bhutan, India Himalayas. Sherpa is highly praised for working as the guide in the higher elevation. Sherpa People’s facts are summarized here. The population of the Sherpa thriving in Nepal is concentrated in the eastern part of Nepal.
  • Who are Sherpa People? - Facts For Kids, People & Places ...

    kinooze.com/who-are-sherpa-people Sherpa is a name given to people who live in the upper Himalayan region of Nepal. Some of them also live in Sikkim, India and Tibet, but most of them live in Nepal. “Sherpa” means “person of the east”. The first Sherpas are believed to have walked from eastern Tibet in the 16th century to Nepal and hence the name.
  • Sherpas - Introduction, Location, Language, Folklore ...

    www.everyculture.com/wc/Mauritania-to-Nigeria/Sherpas.html Sherpa people are infact the indingiuose people from eastern Tibet Kham,Sherpa are the close race to Monpa,Dagpa,Mustangpa,Tawangpa,Lepcha,Sikkimese,Drukpa who are the descendants of Tibetan people who spread over the himalayas. Sherpa language is called Sherpakha or sherpai-tam.
  • Tenzing Norgay, the Sherpa who climbed to the top of the ...

    www.theguardian.com/world/2019/.../tribute-to-late-tenzing-norgay-everest-1986 Tenzing was born in the village of Thami, probably in 1915, the exact date of his birth is uncertain. Like a number of other Sherpas at that time he moved to Darjeeling in India as a young man ...
  • Daily Sherpa Life - Daily Sherpa Life | HowStuffWorks

    people.howstuffworks.com/sherpa2.htm Prev NEXT. Sherpas lead a utilitarian existence, with many surviving through trade and subsistence farming. Wheat and potatoes are the leading crops, and some raise yaks as well. With both farming and herding, Sherpas often move between multiple small stone huts in the highlands and lowlands, depending on the season.
  • Scientists discover why Sherpas are superhuman climbers - CNN

    www.cnn.com/2015/11/11/health/sherpas-superhuman-mountaineers/index.html After centuries living at high altitude, the Sherpa population of the Himalayas have evolved to master the ability to survive in this atmosphere. "You'll see that they're completely unaffected ...
  • Sherpa - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherpa Ethnography. Sherpa people, an ethnic group in north eastern Nepal; Sherpa language; Organizations and companies. Sherpa (association), a French network of jurists dedicated to promoting corporate social responsibility Sherpa.ai, a Spanish artificial intelligence company; Sherpa Capital, an American venture capital firm; Sherpa (delivery service), an Australian courier company