On December 30, 2019, I made a presentation at a school to about 60 people. I shared my journey from Nepal starting as someone our society had written off as a nobody and wouldn't amount to much to becoming the person I am today -- a human being first -- and some of the most important life lessons I have learned. The reason for doing so? To inspire children to dream big and to reach for that which they have been told they can't or shouldn't, or to become that which they have been told they can't.
Archive of presentations I made to Nepalese students to inspire them to follow their dreams and possibly work towards fighting injustices inherent in our caste-based society.
Why in Nepal we must teach our children to THINK and how we can do that in Science.
Dreams can be powerful; they can take you places some not even imagined possible!
Follow link to watch a video of the presentation where I talked about how I realized my dreams, how I continue to dream and what I hope they do with their lives.
A post summarizing the various talks and speeches I have given, TV and radio appearances I have made etc. including links to downloadable documents including a short bio and a few presentation proposals.
Injustices in Nepal, what I am doing to fight to them, and what children like themselves could do when they grow up to live a meaningful life.
There is no such thing as the meaning of life. You make life meaningful by the way you live. And one of the many, MANY ways one could live ones life is fighting injustices.