He found Digital Bridges 4 Nepal to be ethical, honest, transparent, with very little ego…, simply of service to his native country. He is totally engaged in building bridges between the Nepali community of Baltimore and new projects in Ghorka, and elsewhere in Nepal. He is a member of the Nepali Lions Club of Baltimore. Baikuntha hales from Nepal where he became a doctor, and as part of an agreement with the Nepali government, spent 2 years in remote areas of Nepal in health posts that were both difficult to reach and also challenging to live in. While pursuing his professional medical career in Baltimore in the US, he wanted to connect with local Nepali while still being of service to Nepal. Baikuntha is recently married, a strong advocate of a vegan diet, and cooks as well alongside his wife Sangam. He is a no-nonsense doctor that brings a refreshing holistic look to life and his practice, He met Ed as one of his first patients in New York and they bonded quickly traveling together to the rural village of Sotang to explore the first possibility to create a Computer Learning Environment Center there.
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