Nepal Essays

International Trade and Nepal

An isolated, agrarian society until the mid-20th century, Nepal entered the modern era in 1951 without schools, hospitals, roads, telecommunications, electric power, industry, or civil service. The country has, however, made progress toward sustainable economic growth since the 1950s and is committed to a program of economic liberalization. Nepal has used a series of five-year plans in an attempt to make progress in economic development. It completed its ninth economic development plan in 2002; its currency has been made convertible,…

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Janakpur

Janakpur, the birthplace of Janaki or Sita, the consort of Lord Ram, is an important religious pilgrimage site in the Terai plains, in south central Nepal. In ancient times, Janakpur was the capital city of the Kingdom of Mithila and the centre of Maithil culture during the Treta Yug, or period, nearly 12,000 years ago. Janakpur has held a special significance for Thai Royal families since ancient times. The Royal household of Thailand still receives mangoes from the orchards of…

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Tourism in Nepal

The word TOURISM refers tour which is derived from the Latin word “TORNUS” . It means a tool for describing a circle of turner’s wheel (Bhatia, 2002). It is very important pleasure activity where tourists travel from one to another countries and one region to another region as well.And Tourism also involves money for getting services and time.So, it basically result for temporary visit or move from their place to other places.Therefore facilities provided to visitors to satisfy their wants…

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My Country Nepal

Culture is embedded in the high peaks of Nepal, tradition flows with its rivers, art traverses through its valleys and religion lies in the heart of its people. Nepal, in short, is a country where art, culture and religion are a part of life of the inhabitants. People celebrate every moment with aroma, adding novelty to the traditions without affecting their essence. Art of Nepal The art and architecture of Nepal is deeply influenced by the religion. Unique craftsmanship can…

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Women Trafficking in Nepal

1.1       Background of the Study             Behind every dilemma is a hope, and it is the hope which accompanied me throughout the time of writing this dissertation. In fact I am not alone in the battlefield to present the facts and figures about trafficking in Nepal, the growing trend of trafficking and prostitution has enabled many others to think for the reasons why our society allow such criminal practices to continue? Why the women of the South is neglected…

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Nepal Unity in Diversity

As we all know that Nepal is worldwide known as the only Hindu Nation and it is a matter of Pride to all Nepali’s living in the Country and to those too who have migrated to another Country for Business, Work and other related reasons. I my-self being a ‘Nepali’ had to stay out of Nepal from my childhood for Better Education and better living, This is the reason i don’t know much detail about NepaliSamaj and other cultural History’s…

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Gautama Buddha and World Visit Nepal

Nepal is a Sovereign nation situated in South Asia, Sandwiched by two very big nations India and China. it is a country of wonder despite the fact it is very small in size; it covers only 0. 003% of the world. Being so very small in size, it covers a wide range of verifies in terms of ethnicity, culture, language, fashion, atmosphere, landscape, animals, birds and many more. it is also the birth place of Lord Buddha, Lumbini and the…

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The New Nepal_ Path to Development and Success

Nepal was declared Federal Democratic Republic country on 15th Jestha, 2065 B. S. After the mass movement II, the autocratic monarchy has been removed from Nepal. The new concept of new Nepal is to divide the country into different autonomous states with their own power and to be controlled by the central government. Everyone believes that this system will lead Nepal towards the path of development and success. This division of state will encourage decentralization of power and facility. The…

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