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State of Nepal
Nepal, or what is known from an official authority as “the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal”, is a country located in the Asian continent in the Himalayas specifically between the two great states of India and China, and it is an internal country that does not overlook any seas, and we can locate it more if we say that it is located in The Indian-Asian continent is semi-politically isolated, and it is divided into four main regions, which are the central, western, eastern, and westernmost regions, and it includes fourteen provinces, divided into seventy-five regions.
Its official capital is the city of Kathmandu, and it was declared a separate and independent state in the year two thousand and eight A.D. It is worth noting that the country of Nepal was a former monarchy until the country witnessed what is known as the massacre of the royal palace, when the crown prince Diabandra killed his father and mother the king The queen and other members of the family then killed himself in the year two thousand and one, and this evident event had a major role in the transformation of the plague of the Republic.
Geography of the country
From the point of view of the precise geographical location of the country, the country of Tibet borders it to the north, while the country of India borders it from its east, south, and west, and its most important cities except the capital, Kathmandu, Batoul, Bir Geng, Dahran, and Bukhara, and other cities, as for the geography of the country It has the advantage of being a mountainous country, and it has many mountain ranges and valleys that rivers pass through, such as the delinquent rivers and Brahma rivers, while the summit of Everest is among them, and for this it is rich in the most important natural resources such as wood, water, coal, copper, and iron, and in relation to its climate, the nature of the mountainous country Make it cool Always in mountainous areas, and summer is hot in valleys.
Demography of the country
Demographic means the nature of the population in the country, because it is known to be very diverse, as the population speaks more than forty languages, such as Hindi, Urdu, Bumo, Mongolian, and others, while its population is more than twenty-six million people, and the youth group is considered the most among The population, as for religion in the country, is also diverse, as there are Hindus who represent eighty percent of the population, which is the largest, and there are also Buddhists, Muslims, Christians, and Kirat.
The country’s economy
The country’s economy depends on agriculture, industry and tourism, the main exports of which are rice, sugar cane, jute, and the export of carpets, grains, textiles, bricks, cement, and cigarettes, as well as exporting a small percentage of wood and soap. As for tourism in the country, it depends on Religious tourism for Hindus and temples, as well as mountain climbing tourism “in Mount Everest”, and among the most important tourist places in the country are Al-Kawthar Pool, the National Himalayas Museum, Bat Cave, the Big Buddha Temple, the Temple of the Apes, the Hanging Bridge and its waterfalls.