I was born in 1986 at a little village called Shibha -6, Tamku of Sankhuwasabha, situated in the north-east of Nepal. I grew up in a farming family. My parents are good farmers and they love to grow organic fruits and vegetables.
In 2003, I moved to Ghorepani just below the Poonhill, one of the most famous trekking destinations in the World. For two years I worked as a dish washer at the Sunny Guest House and in its kitchen I learned a lot about cooking and what it means to run a hotel. In Ghorepani I discovered my love for trekking and so I decided to move to Pokhara to have a better chance to work as a porter and later as a guide. In 2008 I moved to Landruk – the native village of my wife rabina – and we started to run a hotel. Today our hotel – the Maya Guest House – is situated in the centre of Landruk and we live there with our two Chldren sumnima and sisir.