About Nepal

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Nepal, a land-locked country, is enclosed by China to the north and India to the south, east and west. Mapped among the Himalayas, Nepal has eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, including the highest peak, Mount Everest. The climate of the country varies in accordance with the geographical features.
In spite of being a small country, covering the land of 147,516 sq. km., Nepal is esteemed due to its elegant multi-cultural facets to the breath-taking natural beauties of Himalayas. Nepal has a diverse landscape, ranging from the humid Terai plains in the south to the mountainous Himalayas in the north that makes it one of the richest countries in terms of bio-diversity, unique geographical features and altitude variations. Although Hinduism is practiced by a majority of the population, it is a secular country.

Unity in Diversity

Nepal is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-linguistic and multi-ethnic country. Since its inception in civilization, Nepal has been a home to diversified settlements in terms of ethnicity, religion, dialect and culture. Here people of different origin and different beliefs are all living together in peace and harmony under the shade of Nepalese sentiment.

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Himalayan Region

The Himalayan region lies in the northern part of the country. This part is always covered with snow and people here are brave, honest, loyal, have stout physique and are hard working. Hence, they are regarded as the best personnel for security purposes.

Hill Region

The Hilly region is situated in the central part of the country, where most of the cities are metropolitan/sub-metropolitan and tourist hub. Thus, people of this region are educated and professional which makes them suitable for high level posts.

Terai Region

The Terai region lies in the southern part of Nepal, which has a hot climate. People can adapt in extreme hot climates at ease and are progressive in agriculture, trade and business.