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Nepal Through My Eyes

Our Country

Nepal is located in South Asia and shares territorial borders with India and China. Previously ruled as a kingdom, today it is a Federal Democratic Republic. Nepal is known for its exquisite natural beauty, with the iconic Himalayas running across the northern and western part of the country. Eight of the fourteen highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, reside within the country’s borders. Although Nepal is a relatively small country in comparison with its neighbors, it has an astonishingly diverse landscape, from the rugged Himalayas in the north to the humid Terai plains in the south. The capital and largest city is Kathmandu.

Our Culture

The culture of Nepal is rich and unique. The cultural heritage of Nepal has evolved over the centuries. This multi-dimensional heritage encompasses the diversities of Nepal’s ethnic, tribal, and social groups, and it manifests in music and dance; art and craft; folklore and folktales; languages and literature; philosophy and religion; festivals and celebration; foods and drinks. It’s culture is mostly influenced by Indian, Mongolian and Tibetan culture.#wikipedia
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This country also marks the collision point between Hinduism and Buddhism, between the Tibeto-Burmese language group and the Indo-European, and between Central Asian culture and Indian culture.
It’s little wonder, then, that this beautiful and diverse country has fascinated travelers and explorers for centuries.
Old Heritage

Old Heritage

Stupas and Temples



Amazing Country

Traditions and Culture

Traditions and Culture


Their Smiling People

Their Smiling People

Smiles and Color

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