Khum grew up and went to school in Nepal’s Dang District and lived in Kathmandu for the past 25 years. He completed a master’s degree in Rural Development and Political Science and has ten years of music training. He has been playing sarangi in different musical programs and since 2017 he has been teaching students at the Mitrata Music Program.
Khum thinks music education is essential because it makes children’s minds sharp, laborious, and creative. And it helps youth establish peace and live a happy life.