At 15, Setting his foot into International Banks such as Credit Suisse and American Express and gaining education abroad in institutions like MIT, Harrow School and Doon School, Nirvana returned to his homeland in 2001 when most young people were leaving Nepal and founded his own company in the ﬁeld of Financial Services at the age of 19 and lead the way money remittance worked in Nepal. Since then he has been instrumental in turning around and restructuring many businesses under the banner of Chaudhary Group.
Today Chaudhary Group is a professionally driven and amongst the most admired and respected companies in the region that has made a massive imprint on Nepal’s business landscape and beyond with a work force of 8000. Chaudhary is the First and only Forbes Billionaire Listed Family in Nepal. At 30, today, Nirvana is tenaciously carrying forward his father’s legacy as the current Managing Director of Chaudhary Group. Despite his burgeoning wealth Nirvana is a devoted philanthropist and is known as Nepal’s foremost Philanthropist in promoting Education to the underprivileged to helping alleviate Animal Abuse. He has set up CG Foundation that works with HelpAge International and Yunus Centre conducting at least 2000 free cataract surgeries to announcing a $2 Million fund for Social Business. His personal initiative of Sarangi Foundation helps preserve ethnic and folk music of Nepal.
Nirvana has been awarded many awards in various ﬁelds and has been advisor to many Ministers in the Govt of Nepal. He is also the youngest Honorary Consul General to be appointed in Nepal by Maldives. He has been the Brand Ambassador of WWF Foundation and Founder of Himalayan Climate Change and is the Youngest Founder Member of Entrepreneur Organization, Nepal Chapter and now Young Presidents Organization. Nirvana has led a campaign on “Spirit of Entrepreneurship” and just been featured as the First Nepalese in CNBC’s Young Turks.