Anish was born in the Jhapa district of Nepal. In his early life he focused hard on becoming a climber besides having no climbing background in his family. 2014 was the first time he climbed Island Peak. He continued his climbing career to Mt. Everest in 2015 but unfortunately faced an earthquake when he was on Camp II of Mt. Everest and got rescued. He never gave up and he went back to Everest and summited on 2016 from South side and second time he made another summit on 2018 from North side of Everest.
His ability as a climber climbing with his passion made him a unique climber. He grew up with very unique survival skills and with a mixture of patience, and strength, and support he was able to become the high altitude climber which was his dream.
In his life he never gave of his hope towards his dream. Besides many obstacles and failure, he continued to inspire and motivate others. He set an example that you can achieve if you keep trying.
Anish thrives at High Altitudes. Though he was born in the low lands of Nepal, the mountains were always calling to him. He feels at peace in the Mountains. When he did solo climb on Everest at that time, he realized that he is good at high altitude.
Anish is working his best to provide a free education for some of the kids of Sherpas family with whom he climbed mountain together. Right now, Anish is taking a responsibility of five children from Sherpa community and for their education from grade 2 to grade 10.
In 2018 Anish took a flag of 24th world scout Jamboree on Mt. Everest which he handover to Jamboree Co- Chief Micheal Scott and Scott sorrels. Jamboree was held on West Virginia United States. In Scouting history, it was first time that jamboree flag was taken on Mt. Everest.