Culture and architecture of Nepal

The main feature of the architecture of this amazing mountainous country is its close connection with religion. Almost all ancient structures and monuments in Nepal are Hindu or Buddhist shrines. More than 80 nationalities live on the territory of the state, which differ among themselves not only in language and beliefs, but even in skin […]

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Traditions and customs of Nepal

Most of the inhabitants of Nepal are Hindus, but the main religion of the country has absorbed some elements of Buddhism and acquired an extensive pantheon of gods. For example, there is a complex custom revered by almost all Nepalese – the election of a living virgin goddess Kumari. The role of the deity is […]

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Nepal nature

Nepal stretches in a long strip along the highest mountain system of the planet – the Himalayas. In the south, where the country borders India, there are vast rainforests that are home to rhinos, tigers, elephants and leopards. In the protected areas of the Chitwan National Park, you can observe wild animals in their natural […]

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Nepal climate

The climate of this mountainous country is unusually diverse, it varies from tropical in the southern regions to arctic in the high Himalayas. In the south of Nepal, the air temperature in July reaches 27-30 ° C., In January – 15-17 ° C. In summer, monsoons bring moisture from the Indian Ocean, while in winter […]

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Miracle five: Buddhist stupas

Stupas are Buddhist places of worship often found in Asian countries. Initially, they were used as reliquaries, and later stupas were erected as monuments in honor of significant events. Each stupa seems to symbolize the universe in miniature. The base of the stupa means the earth, the giant dome is the element of water, and […]

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