Culture of Nepal

Culture of Nepal

Asia
NATIONAL FEATURES Almost the entire life of a Nepalese is based on religious dogmas and institutions. Officially, Nepal is considered a Hindu country, but practically the local religion is a complex syncretic cult based on Hinduism and Buddhism, with an extensive pantheon of Tantric deities, each of which is believed to have an influence on human life. Therefore, the monasteries and stupas located everywhere are of the utmost importance in the life of the Nepalese - here he necessarily spends some part of his life, and the spiritual life of the country is also concentrated here. Nepalese are very friendly and quite simple people. The long-term isolation of the country made it possible to preserve the best features of the local ethnic group in its original form. However, the massive…
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Nepal 2007

Nepal 2007

Asia
Yearbook 2007 Nepal. After a peace agreement in November 2006 ended a ten-year civil war, the Maoist guerrillas in January began storing their weapons in UN-supervised storage. The army began to fulfill its commitment to relinquish the same number of weapons. A provisional constitution gave the former guerrilla representation in Parliament and transferred the executive power to the prime minister. According to CountryAAH, Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Deb, who had already been deprived of all political powers, was thus also deprived of the formal role of head of state. When calm settled in the mountainous areas, unrest erupted in the lowlands of southern Nepal. The people groups, often Hindus commonly known as madheshi, considered themselves overlooked and demanded increased self-government, better representation…
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