Born in 1967, I got a bachelor degree from Tribhuwan University in 1992. I worked for action Dolpo, a French humanitarian project, in a remote area of Dolpo. I founded Crystal Mountain School and coordinated the project for more than two decades. After helping many students get their bachelor degree, I handed over my responsibility to my own alumni and stepped down from the project. My heart reached out to the ethnic Dolpo society, where I remained for the prime time of my life. Living in Dolpo, I became familiar with many of the trekking roots of the area and acquired knowledge of the different customs and tradition of the Dolpo indigenous society. I have a wide travel experience in Nepal and visited Europe many times. My mother language is Nepali, I am also fluent in English and speak French and Dolpo (Tibetan dialect) as well. I am interested in the interrelationship of trekking tourism, sustainable practices, such as permaculture, and the preservation of the most authentic Nepali cultural diversity.