My personal story starts with a small, rural village where I was born. Being a top-ranked poor country in the world, in Western Nepal in Asia, almost all the areas and villages at that time were underdeveloped. The village was facing major problems with no electric service, no public roads, and supply of water. I was a little boy for which I remember something about my family vividly where my parents were working very hard to maintain the family expenses. Although that hard work did not bring so much wealth for my family, we used to spend our days with full meals and we were brought up under good care.
I observed hardworking from which I developed my ethics for working hard to get something in reward. While I was a little boy aged 4 years only, my family shifted to a nearby city named Chhinchu, Surkhet.
n the new city, my parents had to go through several initial costs for shifting home to a new city. So taking electricity at own house took us 3-4 years for my family. I remember the first time when I saw television, I was 8 years old. This scenario easily states how miserable my childhood was. The satisfying thing in this new city was that at least we had a rooftop over our heads and we didn’t have to survive for daily meals. We lacked wealth of our own to maintain the family with mid-standard.
In my life, I was observing miserable things from my childhood. But I knew I had something in me that inspires me to work for myself, not working under command of other people like day workers do. But I didn’t have opportunity to show it up. I had an ambition for success by using creativity and passion in my life. My inner-self was highly impelled for success which led me to this position today.