Tej Bikram Shahi

Nikki’s most powerful plots-subplots vividly represent past Khumbu and its people with fullest flairs of real-life roaring vast from peaks to the breathtaking gorges, villages to the city . . . through amazing fictitious character Sonam, she perfectly puts issues of critical pedagogies engrossed in remote Himalayan villages during 1970s on the floor of developed cities and rulers. Her complete arts to disclose such curious and energetic dreamer’s story ideally inspires all the children to be the perfect human being regardless of any place, ethnicities and resources.