Sadikshya Bhandari, earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kathmandu Medical College affiliated by Kathmandu University, Nepal in 2016. She acquires sound knowledge on medical background leading nursing principles, tools and practices. During her study period, she visited as a foreign exchange student in Linkoping University, Sweden. Her dedication to work and passion gave her chance to work and experience in Linkoping Hospital, Sweden where she worked closely with a faculty member to mentor her through an intensive hospital environment focused in the field of psychiatric and geriatric. Choosing MAHASSA was something where she wants to explore more on Medical Pluralism and its effects in South Asian countries. Hence, today she is dedicated researching in mental health as her research project focusing on Social Stigma Of Schizophrenia in context of Nepal through the lens of medical anthropology. She would like to explore how stereotypical behaviors let down the morale of people with mental illness and would like to work on anti-social stigma interventions. Upon Completing her MAHASSA, she look herself as a researcher who like to explore different dialects and method of communication people use especially in the field of mental health that has changed over the course of human evolution in Asian Countries.