||I was born and brought up in a multilingual village in the middle part of Nepal. After my high school, I decided to study English Language and Literature and continued up to the Bachelor's degree in the same subject. But in the University, I realized that linguistics is the important subject for the countires like Nepal--where more than 100s of languages are spoken and 80 per cent of them are in the verge of extinction. It is very urgent to document and analyse the endangered languages of Nepal. All those things encouraged me and I worked on Kumal verb morphology, an endangered language of Nepal. Presently I am working as a research assistant and also as a lecturer in the central department of Linguistics, Tribhuvan University--where I am teaching phonology, morphology and some classes in generative. In fact, I am not updated--I would like to update my knowledge in the Egg school--which will consequently help me to teach this thing in Nepal and to carry out further research in the same subject in Nepal as well.