The tremor, which hit Nepal on April 25, crushed the city of Kathmandu and brought on a torrential slide on Everest. Be that as it may, the shaking additionally moved the huge crest around an inch toward the southwest, turning around the heading it was actually and gradually moving. That is all as indicated by an overview by China's National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation, which state media gave an account of Monday, June 15.
Despite the fact that the gigantic mountain moved, its stature — a little more than 29,000 feet — kept with it. What's more, a few other encompassing mountains moved too.
Everest, situated in the Himalayas on the outskirt in the middle of China and Nepal, is world's tallest mountain (unless you're measuring from underneath the sea.) It was made around 60 millions years back when the Indian tectonic plate crushed up against the Eurasian plate.