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Nepal is formally National Democratic Republic Country. Nepal is South Asia Country surrounded by land all the sides. Nepal is sited in the Himalayas and shares its boundaries with People's Republic of China to the north, and Republic of India to the south, east, and west. The region of Nepal is about 147,181 square kilometers (56,827 sq mi) with population around 30 million. Nepal stands in 41st position for its population in the world. By the land mass Nepal ranks 93rd biggest country in the world. Kathmandu is the biggest and capital city of Nepal. Nepal is affluent in its topography. Greater part of people in Nepal follows Hinduism. Buddhism is followed traditionally as Nepal being the place of birth of the Buddha. People of Nepal go behind mutually the two Hinduism and Buddhism. Himalayan Buddhism, Buddhism of Kathmandu Valley, and the Theravada Buddhism are the three dissimilar types of Buddhist traditions. Nepal in its past was ruled by the Shah dynasty of kings from 1768, while Prithvi Narayan Shah incorporated its many small territories. People's revolt by the Communist Party of Nepal beside a number of weeks of group objection by all main political parties of Nepal concluded in a silent harmony, and the resulting elections for the constituent assembly voted immensely in favor of the resignation of the very last Nepali ruler Gyanendra Shah and the establishment of a national independent nation in 28 May 2008. The first President of Nepal is Ram Baran Yadav. He took an oath on 23 July 2008.

Nepal Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Nepal is a surrounded by land and is situated in Southern Asia, in between China and India. Nepal is an attractive country in the world with its natural exquisiteness, affluent cultural legacy, towering Pagodas, magnificent Himalayan range with world's utmost peaks It is incorporated with eight of the world's 10 highest peaks, comprising Mount Everest, which is the world's tallest located on the border with Tibet. Culture is surrounded with the high peaks of Nepal, custom streams with its rivers, art navigates all the way through its gorges and religious conviction lies in the heart of its people. In Nepal the people are rich for its art, culture and religion. People rejoice in Nepal with aroma, adding innovation to the ethnicity without disturbing their quintessence. Nepal culture is an effect of combination of pressure from its nearby countries and the native civilization for more than centuries. It is a multinational and multi-lingual civilization comprises a few of the inimitable group like Ahir, Tharu, Yadav, and Newars. The people in Nepal are mainly Hindus and Buddhist, with a little fraction of Muslims, Kirant (indigenous), and even Christians. Around 92 languages are spoken in Nepal. There are nearly 123 languages in Nepal. Darshain is one of the main festivals of Nepal. Darshain is signifing triumph over evil spirit. Variety of Nepal's culture is also known by the food and drinks served. The staple food is the dal-bhat and tarkari. Nepal is also known as the land of festivals. Around 50 festivals are commemorated in Nepal annually. Nepal people celebrate their festivals with great passion and galore. The culture of Nepal is a gathering of music, architecture, religion and literature. Nepal has a dynamic national cuisine. Nepal has a great range of national parks. Skydiving, Rafting - Kayaking, Trekking, Ultralight Air Sightseeing, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Canyoning, Bungee Jumping, Paragliding are few activities in Nepal. Durbar Square is the spiritual and communal heart of Kathmandu. Nepal has various unexplained attractions to get pleasure from. Hiking from one town to the other in the Himalayas is a pleasant opportunity in Nepal. Mountaineering or trekking is also a splendid approach to glimpse the country's magnificent landscape. Monkey Temple and Basantapur near Durbar Square are worth watching sites in Nepal. Lumbini is the historic place as it is the birth place of Gautama Buddha.

Nepal Demographics

Nepal total Population - 28,951,852
Nepal male Population - 13,988,644
Nepal female Population - 14,574,733
Nepal Nepali Population - 14,073,495
Nepal Maithili Population - 3,561,077
Nepal Bhojpuri Population - 2,180,074
Nepal Tharu Population - 1,696,578
Nepal Tamang Population - 1,502,601
Nepal Newari/Nepal Bhasa Population - 1,050,952
Nepal Magar Population - 981,467
Nepal Awadhi Population - 715,110
Nepal Rai Population - 807,756
Nepal Limbu Population - 425,592
Nepal Bajjika Population - 303,994

Nepal Education

Nepal Education is newly in progress to expand. The Rana government in Nepal has concealed learning in Nepal greatly that it has imposed a gust to Nepal Education. Rana government panicked educated public and therefore education was by no means hopeful in Nepal. Earlier to Second World War, only some English middle and high schools and a girls' high school were available in Kathmandu. This government lasted till 1951. Significance to education started gradually increasing after 1951. In 1954 National Education Planning Commission was initiated, National Education Committee in 1964 and National Education Advisory Board in 1968. To encourage and develop the education in Nepal, many pains were taken by the regime. In 1971 new Education System of Nepal was created. A five year plan was launched to attend to individual requirements, wants of society as a complete to mark national growth. The core intention of Education system of Nepal was to build up midlevel executives and trained man power. Widespread Primary education with prominence on Nepali medium was the main schema. Private schools boosted in 1980. The motto of Nepal's education system in 90s was "Free and compulsory education". The model of education system in Nepal is similar to that of United States. The education system in Nepal has primary education, secondary, upper secondary and higher secondary. The primary education comprises of Grade 1-5. The secondary education comprises of Grade 6-8. The upper secondary education comprises of Grade 9-10. The higher secondary education comprises of Grade 11-12. Nepal regime has analyzed that the education is the single means to reduce the poverty in Nepal. Nepal regime is struggling to expand the education system. There are around 26 thousand schools, 415 colleges and five universities and two academics of higher studies in Nepal.

Nepal Symbols

Nepal state Flag
Nepal Flag
Nepal state Flower
Nepal Flower
Nepal state Bird
Nepal Bird
Lophophoros impeyanus
Nepal state Motto
Nepal Motto
'Mother and Motherland are Greater than Heaven'
Nepal state Anthem
Nepal Anthem
'Sayaun Thunga Phool Ka'
Nepal state Tree
Nepal Tree
Nepal state Mammal
Nepal Mammal
Nepal state Colour
Nepal Colour

Nepal History

The past of Nepal is described by its secluded location in the Himalayas. The Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual country because of its unique colonizer groups from the ages. In the period of 15th to 18th century while it was combined in the Gorkha Empire, the Nepal was divided into three kingdoms. Ruling continued for around 1000 years by the Kirats. 28 kings ruled in that period. The first and most excellent memorized king was Yalambar. He was Myth recognized as he met Indra, the lord of heaven, who disguised in the Valley as human being. He had the doubtful respect of being assassinating in the epic battle of the Mahabharata, in which gods and mortals battled beside each other. Gautam Buddha came in the time of the seventh king. The Buddha purportedly spent time in Patan, where he prominented the blacksmith caste to goldsmiths and confered upon them the name of his own tribe, Sakya. The Lichhavi Period is the first recognized period in the history of Nepal. The political destiny of Lichhavi was vanished in India, came to Nepal to capture by attacking the last Kirati king, Gasti. The Lichhavis were most likely the Rajputs of India. Manadeve I, in the 5th century, smacked copper coins and started the numismatic history of Nepal until In 1200 AD King Ari-deva implicit the title and established a latest, extremely proficient empire. The Malla Period is a magnificent period in the history of Nepal. Mallas expanded the trade and commerce, industry, religion and culture. They attained a elevated point of excellence in the fields of art and architecture. In the 20th century, Nepal had a futile resist for democratic system. Nepal was in social conflict from 1990s to 2008. A peace contract was signed in 2008 and elections were held. To drive out the monarchy in Nepal elections were proposed. People of Nepal got rid of the imperial household in June 2008. Nepal was officially renamed the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal after it turned into a federal republic. Neolithic tools found in the Kathmandu Valley were 9,000 years old. Past 2,500 years Kirant ethnicity citizens existed in Nepal. The Kirant group is a tribe of jungle and mountain people. They wandered from different regions of Central Asia, China and the Himalayas. The Kathmandu Valley and its neighboring were considered as Nepal earlier to materialization of Nepal's as a nation. Orientation to Nepal in the Mahabharata epic, in Puranas and in Buddhist and Jaina scriptures created the country's relics as a self-governing political and protective individual. The ancient Vamshavali or chronicle, the Gopalarajavamsavali, was imitative of elder documents in the late 14th century. It is a moderately consistent source for Nepal's earliest past. The Vamshavalis reveal the canon of numerous empires the Gopalas, the Abhiras and the Kiratas in an elongation of millennia. No past proofs are present for the canon of these renowned empires. The recognized history of Nepal starts with the Changu Narayan temple writing of King Manadeva I (c. 464-505 AD) of the Lichavi dynasty.

Nepal Tourism

Tourism is the biggest business in Nepal. It has the major source of overseas trade and revenue. Nepal is world famous for its eight highest mountains in the world. It is a popular tourist spot for mountaineers, rock climbers and visitors looking for adventures. The Hindu and Buddhist legacy of Nepal and its chilly climate are also strong attractions. Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world is situated here. Lumbini the birth place of Gautama Buddha is situated in southern Nepal is considered as world heritage site. Further there are many significant spiritual pilgrimage places all over the nation. The tourism is encouraged in Nepal to get rid of poverty and attain better social impartiality in the country. Nepal is well-known for its significant and beautiful ecstasy for travelers. The eye-catching surrounded by land realm of Nepal has backpacker, river rafters, mountain climbers and still nature followers are improving. It is an ultimate site to take a break from the hustle-bustle of the disorganized modern routine. The main religion in Nepal is Hinduism. Pashupatinath Temple, the world's largest temple of Lord Shiva is situated in Kathmandu. It is center of attention to several pilgrims and visitors. Swargadwari sited in the Pyuthan district, Lake Gosainkunda near Dhunche, the holy place at Devghat, Manakamana temple in the Gorkha District, and Pathibhara near Phungling are some of the other place famous tourist destinations. Buddhism is the biggest minority religion. Swayambhunath, the Monkey Temple, in Kathmandu is equally worshipped and popular among visitors. Muktinath in Muktinath Valley, Mustang district is another sanctified site for Hindus and Buddhists.

Nepal Taxes

Nepal Country Corporate tax - 20-30%
Nepal Country Income tax - 25%
Nepal Country Value Added Tax (VAT) - 13%
Nepal Country tax value for non-resident individual - 25%
Nepal Country tax for bank, or financial institution, or general insurance business, or an entity conducting petroleum work - 30%
Nepal Country tax for entity engaged in an industrial enterprise or from operating any road, bridge, tunnel, ropeway, or flying bridge constructed by the entity or any trolley bus, or tram manufactured - 20%
Nepal Country tax for entity engaged in power generation, transmission, or distribution - 20%
Nepal Country tax for industrial establishments and IT Industries - 20%
Nepal Country tax for Non-resident person Providing Shipping, Air Transport or Telecommunications Services in Nepal - 5%
Nepal Country tax for Private Limited Co., Limited Co., Partnership Firm not specifically mentioned above - 25%
Nepal Country tax for Airline Services having office in and business in Nepal but not operating flights to and within Nepal - 2%
Nepal Country tax for All Export Entities - 20%
Nepal Country tax for Repatriation of income of a Foreign Permanent Establishment of a Non-Resident situated in Nepal - 5%

Nepal Economy

Nepal is one of the poorest and underdeveloped countries in the world. Nearly half of the people in Nepal lie under poverty level. Economy in Nepal has strong support from Agricultural sector. Agriculture supports living for more than 80% of the inhabitants and accounting for 40% of GDP. Trading primarily engross the processing of agricultural manufacture with jute sugarcane tobacco and grain. Making of textiles and carpets has lengthened freshly and accounted for about 80% of overseas trade wages. The tourism and natural resources like mica hydropower are good support to Nepal's economy. Agricultural production is rising over around 5% on standard as contrast with yearly inhabitant's increase of 2.5%. To promote trade and overseas investment Nepal regime has initiated change in economic condition. It has plummeting subsidies privatizing position business and laying off civil servants. Five dissimilar regimes in last few some years made vulnerable the Kathmandu's aptitude to counterfeit harmony to execute means of economic restructuring. Nepal has substantial range for pick up the pace for economic growth by make use of its prospective in hydropower and tourism areas which freshly had overseas speculation attention. Scenario for overseas trade in some regions will continue to be deprived still as of the small dimensions of the economy. It also has scientific rearward in the isolation its landlocked geographic position and its receptiveness to natural calamities. The global society purpose of backing more than 60% of Nepal's expansion finances and more than 28% of entire budgetary expenditures will consequently increase the economic position.

Nepal Universities

Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal - 290,833 Students
Kathmandu University, Kavre, Nepal - 2,072 Students
Pokhara University, Kaski, Nepal - 5,400 Students
Purbanchal University, Biratnagar, Nepal - 8,000 Students
Mahendra Sanskrit University, Dang, Nepal - 1,697 Students

Nepal Religions

Nepal Hindu Population is 80.6%
Nepal Buddhist Population is 10.7%
Nepal Muslim Population is 4.2%
Nepal Mundhum Population is 3.6%
Nepal Christianity Population is 0.5%
Nepal other Population is 0.4%

Nepal Administrative Zones

Bagmati, Nepal - Population 3,008,487
Bheri, Nepal - Population 1,417,085
Dhawalagiri, Nepal - Population 556,191
Gandaki, Nepal - Population 1,487,954
Janakpur, Nepal - Population 2,557,004
Karnali, Nepal - Population 309,084
Koshi, Nepal - Population 2,110,664
Lumbini, Nepal - Population 2,526,868
Mahakali, Nepal - Population 860,475
Mechi, Nepal - Population 1,307,669
Narayani, Nepal - Population 2,466,138
Rapti, Nepal - Population 1,286,806
Sagarmatha, Nepal - Population 1,926,143
Seti, Nepal - Population 1,330,855

Nepal Transportation

In Nepal we find partial transport services. Nepal is a surrounded by land with China to the North and India to the South. The major resources for transport are the system of footpaths, which connect the mountain ground and gorges. Paths have developed into core trade roads, which are inclined to pursue the river method. The climatic conditions in Nepal are hard and it has generally mountainous territory. Roads and aviation are the most important form of transportation in the country. The existence of railways is irrelevant, and city transport services are little. Nepal utilizes India's eastern harbor of Kolkata as its access to the sea. Nepal's total road system and compactness are little. Not more than 43 percent of the inhabitants have way in to use the roads in all climatic conditions. The system has approximately 17,282 km of roads. Annually there is 5% increase in the road system expansion. Further 575 kms of roads were constructed, to link the district headquarters with the national network and developing the usage in rural areas and market centers. The pitiable state of the road network obstructs the liberation of public services in the isolated hill and mountainous districts. It impinges on the Nepal's economic expansion. High transport expenses and the need of connectivity are the main hurdles in Nepal's progress. This pro-poor development, as well as enhanced means of transportation augmented right to use the shops, markets, schools and hospitals. Up gradation in rural system supported the elevation of non-agricultural occupation and incomes. The railway line in Nepal is around 57km. Nepal Railways Company (NRC), a regime agency holds the 53-kilometer narrow-gauge rail line, which has two sections one a 32-kilometer section between Jaynagar in India to Janakpur in Nepal, and second a 21-kilometer portion from Janakpur to Bijalpura. Air transportation in Nepal consist of 42 domestic and one international airport, civil aviation stages a responsibility task in connecting the hilly and mountainous areas of the territory. Domestic Airports play a significant role in the expansion of trade and tourism in the country as villages in hills and mountains are unreachable by roads. The Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal has the international airport. Helicopter charters are flattering more and more acceptance in Nepal. They are mainly used for tourists to visit the places of interest. Helicopter journey is very valuable for the visitors who lack in time. The helicopter journey is very awesome and worthwhile. The incident of glance at snow-capped peaks from sky is memorable. Many domestic airlines supply helicopter services. Buses are the most economical means of transport in Nepal. They pursue mutually for lengthy and small trips. For Tourist special buses are provided by private bus companies and travel agencies. Cars and motorbikes are on hire in Kathmandu. Even tourist can borrow a car or bike. For driving a bike, driving license from your home country is compulsory. The hum of the no-emission, battery-powered three-wheeled rickshaws are easily available in Nepal. They are called as "safa tempos". Few are pedal powered. Rickshaws also the two-seater tricycles are often functional for short outings. They can carry out with no trouble constantly in slender lanes and busy markets. Auto rickshaws are utilized to visit to different places of the towns. It is hard to get them after sunset. Several taxi corporations function in Nepal. All these auto rickshaws, cabs and tempos are readily available and hold black plates with white numbers as per the government rule.

Nepal National Parks

Nepal is well known for the national parks. The realm has a plenty of wildlife, nature. Several Indian mythologies have included in these spectacular creatures. The greatest way to explore the animals is to make a trip to Nepal's National Parks. There the entire varieties of animals are protected in their natural environment. Sagarmatha is an excellent region with spectacular mountains, glaciers and deep valleys, conquered by Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world (8,848 m). Numerous unusual varieties like snow leopard and the lesser panda can be seen in this park. The existence of the Sherpas, with their inimitable civilization includes extra attention to this park. The park in addition is of main religious and enriching importance in Nepal as it flourishes in sacred spaces like the Thyangboche. The park covers the higher catchments of the Dudh Kosi River structure. It is fan-shaped and figures a separate environmental entity covered with high mountain ranges on all sides. Royal Chitwan National Park is located in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of South-Central Nepal. The park was nominated as a World Heritage Site in 1984. It is the the oldest national park in Nepal. Langtang National Park located in the Central Himalaya includes the catchments of two major river systems. The one is draining west into the Trisuli River and the other east to the Sun Koshi River. Royal Bardiya National Park is placed in the mid far western Terai, east of the Karnali River. It is the largest and mainly uninterrupted wildreness area in the Terai. Shey-Phoksundo National Park is the biggest National Park of Nepal. It is positioned in the mountain region of western Nepal enclosing regions of Dolpa and Mugu Districts. Rara National Park is sited in north-west Nepal. The majority of the park is incorporated with Lake Rara and a small area is within Jumla District of Karnali Zone. This is the smallest park in Nepal, enclosing Nepal's biggest lake (10.8 sq kms) at an elevation of 2990 m. Makalu-Barun National Park and Conservation Area is positioned situated in the Sankhuwasabha and Solukhumbu.

Nepal Government

The government of Nepal functions in a structure of a republic with a mutual system. At present, the President of Nepal is Ram Baran Yadav. Supervisory control is implemented by the Prime Minister and the members of his cabinet, as governmental power is vested in the Constituent Assembly. Nepal was a legitimate dominion till May 28, 2008. King Birendra enacts new constitution and pioneering a multiparty parliamentary democracy in Nepal in Nov. 1990. In demands among enormous pro-democracy objection on April 2006, King Gyanendra gave up direct rule and re-established Parliament, which then speedily stimulated to weaken the King's rule. In Dec. 2007, legislative body nominated to put an end to the realm and develop into a national democratic republic. In May 2008 evolution to a republic was accomplished, when the voter Assembly chosen to suspend the monarchy. The remarkable actions in the early of 1990 noticeable a division in Nepal's political system. The mission for a multiparty, envoy outline of regime was initiated on December 15, 1960, when an extraordinary royal coup detats allowed to go to the constitutionally nominated regime of Bishweshwar Prasad (B.P.) Koirala. King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev repealed the constitution and perched all assurance of basic rights and political activities. The cultural and monarchical to regime associations has dynamic that the centrist Nepali Congress party, the ancient political party, agreed with the functions from exile in India. The government political groups in Nepal incorporated leftist associates, were functioning from oversees and some were diabled. Supporting groups were debarred and many of their leaders were imprisoned or made compulsory to walk off. Thus it became significant in sensitizing and mobilizing public opinion against government authoritarianism.