Nima Dorji is from Gaselo, Wangdue. He is working as a principal in Rinchengang Primary School in Wangdue. He has a special liking for folktales and legends that are passed down orally from times immemorial. Seeing how the culture of oral storytelling is dying out, he took up the personal initiative to write down some of the most intriguing stories that are once told so profoundly in the Sha valley. His first book Ruebi Nyaka Phushey, published in 2018, was written in Dzongkha. It was later adapted into a movie in 2019.