Nepal carries on its lap the most diverse and sensational natural exquisiteness. It’s so distinct and discrete to compare life in Nepal. From the Royal, Victorian feel to the glittering tin roofs or yellowish straw roofs, from the world-class cuisine to the simple leaf food; Nepal engulfs. She has become one of the prominent filming spots recently since people all around the world are slowly getting the aura of her beauty. The cultural diversity and the natural magnificence is what Nepal is gifted with. From the highest peak to the deepest gorge, from the plateaus to the flatlands, everything can be observed here in Nepal. As a researcher and filmmaker, I move around the districts of Nepal to observe the splendor and feel within the deep exuberance of the stories that it speaks. To my surprise, I saw a place in the trek routes of Solukhumbu to Ramechhap, almost similar to the area of the movie Hobbit. I just could not move my legs forward. I stood there stuck and speechless. I took out my mobile, photographed the place and tweeted it back to Mr. Peter Jackson. I was relentlessly awestruck. And I went by, the more miracles I observed. And I thought again, “Why shouldn’t this place be promoted around the world so that this disguised Shangrila will get its chance to flourish.” Natural beauty extends so tremendously that the more I talk or write about it the more it will take me to accentuate my words. As a filmmaker, the Film Location of Nepal is naturally edited and has that sense of tranquility hovering all over. The locations are serene as well as aesthetically astounding. Nepal being a multicultural and multilingual country outstands the most diverse countries in the world. Hence, as a Nepali and as a filmmaker it’s a duty of mine to promote this place because Nepal has that authenticity of making all awestruck. She has that serenity to make people feel good even during shooting, writing or researching. She is heavenly and on this Earth, which makes her and us proud in this avenue of aesthetics.