Sajjan Raj Vaidya


Sajjan is a New York City– and Boston-based Nepali singer-songwriter, guitarist, composer and producer. Sajjan grew up in Kathmandu, Nepal, and began writing and playing music from a young age. He started playing live shows in his hometown as a primarily acoustic singer-songwriter, drawing inspiration from artists that he had been introduced to by his family.


Sajjan began publishing his songs through YouTube and SoundCloud. He released his first original, ‘Aaja Matra’, in 2014. His first major production was the original ‘Hawaijahaj’, in 2016, which was accompanied by a music video produced by the Kathmandu-based Fuzz Factory Productions.


Arogya Khadka


Hi, I am Arogya, a Boston based Nepali music enthusiast. My love for Nepali music started after I left Nepal as a teenager because music was the only thing that brought me closer to my first home. One of the things I’ve learned growing up in a multicultural environment was the importance of core values and how they can shape an individual to be their own authentic self.

As the artist manager at team Sajjan Raj Vaidya, I bring this perspective to make sure that we, as a team, adhere to our core values, and comply with our goals so that we can uphold our performance standards and authenticity, primarily with growth and development in mind. Being the only female in the team, I also bring the heart and feminine touch to our projects, creating more room for Sajjan to think creatively and critically. If you have any questions regarding booking information, please feel free to reach out to me at


Nurbu Lama


My name is Nurbu Lama. I’m Nepali, but I live in New York City now. Ever since I got my first camera I knew in an instant that Photography is my calling that will undoubtedly dive me insane someday. It is my passion, an output of my inner voice, the one thing that keeps me sane. I do not have a “methodology” or a sophisticated cameras per say, I let emotions lead the way and consider myself merely a muse to my emotions.I try to portray what is authentic to me rather to the relevancy of my final product. I photograph what I feel, and I feel what I photograph. I am also into photography for the way it shapes me. I don’t strive for perfection but for the emotion it gives to me and others. I’ve been fortunate enough that this method has created pieces that has resonated with other people. Also, fun fact: The way I first met Sajjan was almost as spontaneous as my art form. I’m glad that I accidentally ran into him at the restaurant -our first conversation being our shared love for art.