Quick questions with Ajar Jangam

The Annapurna Express

The Annapurna Express

Quick questions with Ajar Jangam


What was your biggest childhood career dream?

Getting into some technical field, like engineering.

What three things could you never live without?
Music, family and my dreams. 

What is your proudest accomplishment yet?
I have lots. Like my first national level award—the Hits FM Music Awards, then representing Nepal as a gymnast at the 16th Asian Games, and getting appointed as a TU lecturer.

If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to?

2060 BS. There are many things I could change from that year.

If you could win an Olympic medal for any sport, real or fake, what would it be?

Gymnastics, of course.

What is your favorite thing about someone in your family?

My mother’s passion and determination in whatever she does.

Do you believe in love at first sight?
Yes. But it hasn’t happened to me yet.

How old were you when you had your worst hair-cut, and what style was it?
Recent one during the lockdown. I had to go bald. Not giving out my age though.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Nepal, anytime, but with a better political scenario.

If you had to choose a perpetually cold or hot place to live, what would you choose?
“Hot” is more tolerable in my book.