My experience with Snowland

Myself and Akhil Shahi is studying at Snowland Ranag light of education school Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu Nepal. Actually I am a boy from remote part of mid western Nepal, Mugu district and I am here by the bless of god father Guru Ranag Tulku Rinchen Rinpoche Dolpo Buddha’’.

It’s been nine years studying in school with a full support of godfather Ranag Rinpoche. I’m very happy to get all kind of basic facilities from school. I’m such a lucky person that I get chance to study in this school with full of love, support, help and scholarship. About my school Snowland Ranag Light of Education School is a non-profit educational institution which was established in 2001 by Guru Ranag Tulkhu Rinchin Rinpoche (Dolpo Buddha) with a vision to improve the quality of life of people living in the rural areas of the Himalayan region by educating their children.

The School is affiliated with Guru Ranag Rinchen Rinpoche Trust, Nepal. Guru Rinpoche is currently helping to run the School aided by his religious followers. There were only five children admitted to the School when it was initially established. The number of students has now increased to one hundred and thirty-three. Understanding the importance of education to uplift the poor living condition of the people, the School has been providing education to the very needy and underprivileged children living around the rural areas of the Himalayan region of Nepal, especially from Dolpa. The children currently admitted in the school are from the areas of Solu Khumbu, Mustang, Humla and as well as Bajura.

Blog by: Akhil Shahi and Ajesh Suwal

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