A team of experienced mountaineers were waiting for powerful jet streams raging around the top of Everest to subside to fix ropes to the summit for foreign climbers.
"It is my profession, but, at the same time, I am setting new world record for Nepal, too", Rita told The Associated Press last month before heading to the mountain.
Rita says he will try and climb the peak two more times.
"I did not climb for world records, I was just working".
Kami Rita was one among the 8 climbers who scaled the Everest peak on the day, opening trekking route to Everest for Spring 2019.
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His father was among the first Sherpa guides employed to help climbers reach the summit, and Rita followed in his footsteps and then some. "I am like a soldier who leaves behind their wives, children and family to battle for the pride of the country". The mountain also claimed the lives of five climbers, including an experienced Sherpa guide who was knocked down a crevasse by a rescue helicopter.
Mr Sherpa broke the record past year of 21 summits that he shared with two fellow countrymen, Apa Sherpa and Phurba Tashi Sherpa.
"The climbers have now been descending to the lower camps safely", Mingma Sherpa told The Himalayan Times.
The route taken by him was pioneered by New Zealand's Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay when they became the first climbers to reach the summit in 1953.
A total of 378 climbers have been issued permits to climb the mountain this season.
Tourism, which includes mountain climbing, is the main source of income for cash-strapped Nepal, home to eight of the world's 14 highest mountains.
Almost 5,000 climbers have scaled the peak since the pioneering ascent, many multiple times.