About Us



We strongly believe that, “every child is born equal but what makes them different is the opportunity they get.” Ghansi Nepal works towards providing an environment for the children where they can learn and grow as human beings.

The way we do this is by providing education to the children, as we believe that education is the heart and soul underneath it all. The only way that a person can develop to become better and better is by education, along with other activities of course. What the other activities are, that enriches a person, depends upon one’s own self-interest, but what remains the same for all is to have a strong base of education.

Therefore, we work to provide just that opportunity where no child is left behind. Whether they are from a remote village of Nepal, or a child from the dwelling cities, we work towards developing a healthy human being and an ideal society, and thus, a better Nation.


“We work to bringing in a positive influence in people’s lives and help create a better society”


‘Ghansi Nepal has been established to support the society with the hopes to achieve a positive influence in the society by providing; encouragement, opportunities and a platform for it.’

The Inspiration Behind it all

‘The grate Bhanu Bhakta was inspired by a Grass cutter to do good for the society; we are inspired by both of them for the existence of our organization, and with the will to do good for the society we move forward.’


भर् जन्म घाँस तिर मन् दिई धन कमाया
नाम क्यै रहोस पछि भनेर कुवा खनायो |
घाँसी दरिद्र घरको तर बुद्धि कस्तो
म भानुभक्त धनी भैकन किन यस्तो |
मेरा ईनार न त सत्तल पाटि की छन्
जे छन् चिजहरु छन् घर भित्रनै छन् |
त्यस घाँसीले कसरी आज दिएछ अर्ति
धिक्कार हो म कन बस्नु न राखि किर्ति |



“He was born a grass cutter, and that is how he earns his living
Yet he still wanted a name for himself, so he built a well for allHe is from a poor home, but his will is not
And I Bhanubhakta still don’t have the same will even though all this wealth surrounds me

My well is not far away from me
Everything I need is within the comforts of my home

And yet I wonder how this poor man gave me such a big life lesson
I refuse to accept myself for what I am without a will and without a way”



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