“The Land that calls for spiritual splendor“
“The land that offers serene pleasures“
“The land that witnesses the glorious beauty of Himalayas“
Nepal’s history has great influence of the majestic Himalayas. Sharing its border with neighbours like India and China, this beautiful country is multiethnic, multilingual, multicultural and multi religious. The entire kingdom of Nepal was established on 25th September 1768 by Prithvi Narayan Shah, a Gorkha king who unified the kingdoms of Patan, Bhaktapur and Kathmandu.
30,494,504 people as per year 2014 estimation.
Comprising of three contrasting areas, Nepal’s landscape is adorned with the mountain ranges of Himalayas, dense forestry and cultivable plains.
Climate of Nepal is greatly influenced by its geographical features. Northern Nepal experiences cool summers and severe winters while the southern part has a tropical type of climate.
It is the country which popularized Buddhism and serves as a multi-cultural land with religions like Hindu, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism.
Nepal’s cultural and geographical diversity offers immense space for a wide variety of cuisines based on soil, climate and ethnicity.
Fondly known as the land of festivals, Nepal celebrates a galore of festivities including Lhosar, Shivaratri, Holi, Buddha Jayanti, etc. with complete enthusiasm and excitement.