Welcome to Nepal, an Asian country.

Top Ten Foods In Nepal.

  • Dal Bhat Tarkarl
  • Momo
  • Gundruk Dhldo
  • Aalu Tama
  • Yamarl
  • Chatamarl
  • Sel Roti
  • Kheer
  • Samyebajl
  • Masu Ledo


Many of the sports in Nepal include:

  • Football
  • Cricket
And many other sports that our not national.


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Temperatures In Nepal:

Throughout the months in Nepal, like every country, no temperature is the same.
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Temperatures: When Is The Perfect Time To Go?

The perfect time to go to Nepal is from May - September. That is when the weather is the warmest. But October - December is decent too. It is not very cold, nor is it warm.

Places To Go!

Below, are listed landmarks people would love to see!

  • Boudhanath (Temple)
  • Phewa Lake (Lake)
  • Annapurna (Circuit)
  • Dharahara (Historic Site)

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History In Nepal:

During the 1990s and till 2008, Nepal was in civil strife. A peace treaty was signed in 2008 and elections were also held that very year. Nepalese parliament voted to oust the monarchy in June 2008. Nepal became a federal republic and was formally renamed the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.


  • Bidhya Devi Bhandari
Bidhya Devi Bhandari is the second and current President of Nepal, elected in 2015. She was the vice-chairperson of the Communist Party of Nepal and chair of the All Nepal Women Association

Music In Nepal:

Music in Nepal refers to the various musical genres heard in Nepal. With more than fifty ethnic groups, the music of the country is highly diverse. Genres like pop, rock, Nep-hop ko bato, folk, and Classical music are widely found, but many less common genres are yet to be cataloged.

Nepali Music

Products In Nepal:

Leather Products:
  • Leather Jackets, Leather Seats and more

Ready Made Garments:
  • Jackets, Coats, Boots, Pants and clothing.

Woolen Carpets:

  • Welcome Mats, Rugs.


  • Salt & Pepper
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Nepal's Economy Information:

  • 27.8 Since 2013 and rising.
  • GDP: $700.00 USD
  • Life Expectancy: 68 Years Old

  • Kathmandu (Biggest/most populous city in Nepal)

Education In Nepal:

Education System in Nepal:

  • Middle - Lower Secondary - 1-6 Grades (Elementary)
  • Secondary - Lower Secondary - 7-9 (Middle School)
  • Secondary - Higher Secondary - 10-11 (High School)
  • Vocational (College)

Crops Grown In Nepal:

  • Rice
  • Maize
  • Wheat
  • Millet
  • Barley
Those are the major crops grown in Nepal.

Life In Nepal:

Life in Nepal is very difficult. With the lack of education it is hard to get jobs and or build a company. The majority of Nepalese live in small rural villages in the countryside where village schools rarely offer classes higher than the sixth grade level. Most people in Nepal live on farms raising cattle, horses, chickens etc. Also in Nepal their are no developed road systems. Villagers cannot use vehicles to carry the materials or groceries that are necessary for everyday life on the Himalayas. Instead, conditions require them to carry heavy loads on their back or even on their heads while walking long distances, often in extreme weather, to and from their homes.

Housing conditions are bad. Houses have holes in the roofs and leakages. Most homes in Nepal are constructed from local natural resources, such as stone, mud, and wood. A number of Nepalese accommodations are built on a steep slope, with most roofs simply being made of hay. Not to say a wall to shield the winds in the chilly nights. Besides, some kitchens are dark, unventilated and smoky. Without clean water supply, they often suffer from infectious diseases. But not everywhere has bad places. Wealthy families have good homes with Electricity.

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Famous People From Nepal:

  • Siddhartha Gautama
  • Tenzing Norgay
  • Jhamak Ghimire
  • Bhanubhakta Acharya
  • Man Mohan Adhikari
  • Krishna Prasad Bhattarai
  • Bal Krishna Sama

Thank You:

Thank you for taking the time are reading my slide!