Himalayas: a Trek to School in 360 video - BBC News

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Shantanukumar Maity : Education is Important in India.. it's compulsory for every Children.. We also crossed rivers in Rainy Days. We rural Area people know importance of Study. It's Adventurous to reach school.. Urban Area Students don't know this life, they only know how to sit inside VAN. We also studied with help of lantern flame in school days.. It's a awesome moment what we experienced.. Now I am a Scientist.

Naomi Philippa Heredia : Truly amazing to find such spirit and determination in a community so deprived. This is the India I love and respect!

JUSTACHIPN : Do communities like this have Go Fund Me ??? I'd like to put this school on my Christmas list :) I see no books :(

John Apps : What an inspiration to our young students-----brilliant

Robert W. : Seen 3D photos before, never seen this kind of film. Amazing 🤘

Hardik Thakkar : Wish these girls get all education they want in their life.

gpgp01 : I'd say that adventure to school.

Omprakash Bairagi : Very nice, encouraging efforts from these girls. Great effort BBC!

Mahmood Hussain : Amazing, excellent piece of documentary, we have similar area's in Parts of the disputed territory In KASHMIR, where children walk for hours to reach their schools... i wish these two sister best of luck in their lives.

Prof. Mahesh Kumar : Can not believe 360 deg rotation of video. Excellent....This technology has to come in classrooms...

Udaya Bajracharya : 5:58 yes, nothing can stop you girls!

David Bond : Wow now that's dedication I hope you both get what you wish for

Pete Williams : The BBC should make a full length documentary about this. Sure it would be interesting.

Sunil Thirukotiyur : Truly impressive, what a perseverance. Good luck girls.

Christine Thornhill : Watching this , and listening to their story is an inspiration. I can't imagine many children in this country taking this length of journey to school ........... Unless they were transported by car . As a consequence we have so little physical exercise during school years , little wonder obesity is escalating amongst the population , and education is little appreciated by many , so sad .

Mayank Rana : I used to read news about this village and the problems they are facing in local news paper This is my place and i have been there... India needs to do a lot of things in infrastructure and basic neccesites And i salute these girls for their efforts

Linda Elizabeth : Wow, as if time has stood still. Reminders of my upbringing, historical moments when innocent dreams meant personal sacrifice and dedication to studying but most importantly respect for my parents.

Chris Birkby : The important side comment was when they asked their father to get them a room nearer the school. Is there a charity that can organise this?

Alan Smith : Really impressed by the 360 degree photography option. Amazing scenery and helps to feel like one is really walking with the girls.

James Gladwin : Really impressive

Electro Drives : I visited India for a few months a few years ago, and really loved the Himalayas. It strangely felt like home, to be surrounded by nature and down-to-earth people. Getting real nostalgic :'( Damn, i love India

Max Blinkhorn : Well great content but where I am supposed to look!? I am missing the important bits as I effectively have my back to them at times.

david dunlop : Truly amazing what some children have to do everyday to receive education. Wonder how many others have similar journeys!

Bazaar66.com : This is great, more of this please BBC!

Jordan 007 : This is india

reaver414 : i LOVE these 360 videos they are so immersive thank you, will be sure to leave a like and subscribe

kimck10 : This is amazing and so true to what we saw traveling in the Himalayas. What an inspirational and amazing family!

Philip Curnow : Brilliant use of 360 degree video, especially the opening shot.

PastowanyKaban : and moms here in UK drive their kids to school half a mile through the city in a 4x4 . . .

Joe Mathews : Education is overrated. They should enjoy living in that beautiful village.

James Grey : they need the education to train them to be slave workers

Alison Jolley : Well done girls along with your parents for supporting you in your quest for an education. You will do well in life. Good to see this film.

cary bary : Stop wasting our tv license

3D-VR-360 VIDEOS : Never been in India. Watched in VR. It feels so real.. like being there.

Yippy Dingding : For 45 years and said how great he was

Yippy Dingding : Will look and see

Wen Gibbs : I do not agree with some of alot of the disloyalty trying to figure out and STOP2

Yippy Dingding : I bet there will be a rape case now

Priyanka Ghosh : Not sure where this village is located as it was not mentioned in the video. But I think the local government or the village council should try to re-build the bridge that was gone in 2013 flood. The villagers need to raise the issue otherwise this situation will not change. While the eagerness, hard work, and enthusiasm of these girls I admire, we should not take it granted that this situation is normal.

Yippy Dingding : The sick bbc

Yippy Dingding : Sick sick sick bbc

shadow pony : It more intresting to watch because in 360 view

Yippy Dingding : Who else at the BBC was abuseing kids ?

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Manolis Mavrakis : We in our European cocoon almost have everything yet we are poor, they have almost nothing and they are rich...

M T : very dangerous route to school

XploreVR : Enjoyed this :-)

Titan Crome : Please sub

Ashmee Dhakal : Why their voices are dubbed in Hindi ....they are Nepalese it's shameful moment for all Nepalese to listen the audio ..BBC 👎👎👎👎👎👎

Lady Beetle : Great