Amrit is the founding member of Nepathya. He is currently the Band Leader and Composer/ Lead Vocalist of the band.
Since 1990 when the band was formed, Amrit has been part of Nepathya in all the shows in Nepal and abroad which includes: Hong Kong, Japan, UK, USA, South Korea, Holland, Belgium, Finland, India, Australia, and Israel.
His social and peace initiative during the past decade in Nepal has been highly regarded by all sectors of the society.
Apart from Nepathya, Amrit head the music wing under nepa~laya and is also involved in doing research of folk music in Nepal for which he travels extensively through the country.
Dhurba has been a drummer with Nepathya since 2001. With a short break, Dhurba rejoined the band in 2009 and has been involved in all of the Band’s activities since. Dhurba has performed in various shows with the band in Nepal and abroad which includes: USA, South Korea, Hong Kong, India, Israel, and Australia.
Suraj Kumar Thapa
Suraj Joined Nepathya as a keyboardist in 2003. Since then, Suraj has performed various shows with the Band in Nepal and abroad which includes: America, South Korea, Holland, Belgium, Finland, India, Australia, Hong Kong and Israel.
In addition to Nepathya – Suraj is a music teacher at various elementary schools, gives private piano lessons and plays violin as well. He is also the Music arranger and coordinator of nepa~laya’s musical project – Paleti, dealing with Senior artists of Nepali Music.
Subin Joined Nepathya in 2004 as a Bass Guitarist. Subin has performed various shows with the Band in Nepal and abroad which includes South Korea, Holland, Belgium, Finland, India, Australia, Hong Kong and Israel.
Niraj joined the band in 2008.Since 2008 – Niraj has perfomed with Nepathya nationally and internationally. His international tour includes Australia, Hong Kong, South Korea, India and Israel.
Shanti Bahadur Rayamajhi
Shanti Bahdur Rayamajhi was a percussionist with Nepathya in 2001-2002. He then left the band to concentrate in his teaching career as well as session playing. He is back with the band since 2010 and since then has done several shows in Nepal and abroad. His international tour with the band includes a tour to Hong Kong, India, Israel and Australia. Shanti specialises in percussion instruments especially: madal – a traditional Nepali folk percussion.