September 28-October 11 2021, Kathmandu, Nepal

This summit is a once in a lifetime opportunity to join Shamans from all seven provinces of Nepal, and from around the world in Celebration, Conference and Ceremony.
Meet and Learn from authentic practitioners of indigenous knowledge.
Anyone interested in shamanism, animism and earth-related spirituality is welcome to participate alongside tradition carriers, lineage holders, elders and communities.


Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multilingual and multi-religious landlocked country situated north of India. It’s in the Himalayas which is a region formed 40-50 million years ago by the collision of the Indian subcontinent and Asia. Because of this natural plate tectonic movement, Nepal has some of the world’s highest mountains including Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest). Besides being known for its breathtaking vistas, Nepal also holds some impressive world records. Like, for instance, the tallest mountain in the world (Mt Everest 8.848m), the deepest gorge (Kali Gandaki, 1200m) and the highest lake on earth (Tilicho Lake, 4,919m).


The word Nepal comes from the age-old name “Nyaya pal” which means a place where both ruler and subjects diligently followed all rules and regulations inscribed in the sacred laws.

Nepal is crowned by the Himalayas, the highest mountains in the world. She has an extremely intriguing culture which is passed on orally through generations across centuries. Fantastic landscape, impressive scenic views, evocative palaces and museums, sacred religious places, thrilling adventure activities, Nepal has it all. Known as the Land of Everest, the Ultimate Shangrilla, Nepal is a developing country in her own pace with wide opening to travellers of late. To facilitate and increase the flow of visitors into Nepal, the government has declared 2020 as Visit Nepal Year.


Shamanic Pilgrimage

9 December 2019

A shamanic pilgrimage of ‘Renewal and Change’ during the Janai Purnima of Bhadau, the fifth month of Nepali lunar calendar.

August 2018, Madhav Pokhari, Nepal.