Kalamatidole, Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal
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About Nepal

Nepal is a Himalayan country. Its north and eastern portions are covered with the loftiest peaks in the world including Mount Everest at 8848 meters. Nepal was closed to all foreigners until 1950 after which as swift democracy paved the way for change. Today it receives a hefty amount of tourists from all over the world while its citizens are very much in demand from companies and institutions owing to many qualities such as perseverance and loyalty among others. Nepal is culturally diverse. All religions and all races flourish here and even while so, there is no religious or ethnic discord between any communities. Nepal is home to some of the rarest flora and fauna on earth. It has about 5000 different species of Rhododendrons and about 350 species of butterflies. It is home to 2% of all flowering plants in the world, 8% (848 species) of the total birds in the world, 4% of mammals on earth, 11 of 15 butterfly families found in the world (500 species), 600 indigenous plant families and 319 exotic species of orchids. Some of these are found nowhere else on the planet. Nepal is also home to the endangered One-horned Rhinoceroses and the Royal Bengal Tiger.

The main crops grown in the country are paddy, wheat, barley, potatoes, millet and lentils. This is not a country that is industrialized although in the recent years foreign investors have been seen expanding into Nepal. Its IT sector also has been growing but the country’s economy is still largely agriculture based. Nepal is land linked to two countries; India to the south and China to the north. It enjoys good relations with both these countries. The Nepalese are a peaceful lot and are hardly aggressive. This is been one of the key reasons as to why the people of Nepal are loved by the world. Living in the Himalayan region and made the Nepalese evolve with more RBCs in their blood. This is the reason why the Nepalese have more stamina and strength. This is always been an added advantage that all Nepalese enjoy. They create a driving workforce, created by a value system that comes from a country up in the Himalayas.