Ms. Sapana Kharel

Founding Director

Educational Qualification:    

  • Master of Business Administration from Nepal Commerce Campus, Minbhawan (Tribhuvan University) from 2002 to 2005
  • Diploma in Aesthetic Therapy, Japan 
  • Diploma in Flower Arrangement, Japan


  •  Artwork (Oshibana) Exhibition in Japan for 5 days in the year 2012
  • International Art Exhibition at Kanjirowa National Secondary School, Kathmandu, Nepal in partnership with Angelo State University, USA in the year 2014
  • Artwork (Chigiri-e) Exhibition in Niigata, Japan in the year 2015, 2016,2017 and 2018
  • Nepal Cultural Event in Japan in the year 2015
  • Artwork (Chigiri-e) Exhibition in Kobe, Japan in the year 2017
  • Conducted food stall to support the victims of Earthquake Kumamoto in the year 2016 
  • Solo Art Exhibition for 5 days in Nepal Art Council, Kathmandu in the year 2023


Sapana Kharel is the Director of Kathmandu Pragya Kunja School. She has a passion for flower art and established one of the first floriculture shops in Nepal. She has been associated with the education sector for the last 20 years and has positively impacted the community. Her expertise lies in Oshibana, an art form that involves transforming dry flower parts into life-like art, and Chigiri-e, which uses colored paper that is torn to create images. She learned about these art forms during her 13-year stay in Japan and received a Diploma in Flower Design from the Nippon Flower Designer’s Association in 2010.