Nepalese homeland is officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. This landlocked country is the 93rd largest country in the world by land mass and is home to the highest point on earth, Mount Everest. Nepalese are the people who lives in Nepal call themselves Nepali. Nepalese struggles with pervasive poverty and a fragile tourism. Economy relying especially on tourism surrounding Himalayan, Mount Everest. While the world sure buzz specifically refers to an ethnic group from the Himalayas who are also elite Mountaineers. Nepalese, Nepali along with others have different ethnicity that act as guides and climbing supporters can be provided by the local population to help explorers and tourists on their trekking expeditions. Although,Nepalese faces many agriculture problem, main occupation is agriculture. Government is implementing agriculture solution so Nepalese can be beneficial. Sherpa guides can earn up to five thousand dollars a year, a drastic some as compared to the national average salary of six hundred dollars. Furthermore freezing temperatures avalanches and an experienced climbers have led to a high death toll over 250 every year. Despite these factors, the government is making progress and has made a commitment to graduate the nation from its least developed country status as categorized by the United Nations by 2022.
Nepalese Culture and Tradition
The culture of Nepal is hospitable and paramount among the Nepalese. The cultural patrimony of Nepal is mostly angled towards Indian, Mongolian and Tibetan life styles. The very ancient dance traditions of Nepal with unique altitudes and ethnicity reflects the countenance of Nepalese. The dances of Nepal are slightly change in style as well as in the costumes with the time. The typical Nepali dance includes intricate footwork and arm movements during the harvesting crops, marriage rites, religious program and several other themes and stories form everyday life in the villages accompany the Nepalese music and dance.
Nepali, written in Devanagari script, is the official national language among Nepalese ethno-linguistic groups. The major languages of Nepal are Nepali, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Tharu, Tamang, Nepal Bhasa, Magar and Bajjika. Kusunda, Madhesiya and Waling are the extinct languages of Nepal. Although, different people with different languages are found in Nepal, Nepalese lives their life in conformity. Until now, no war had happened in the name of religious, main reasons behind; Nepalese respect each others. Hindu, Buddhism, Islam, Kirant and Christianity are the religious traditions that the Nepalese people follow.
Festivals of Nepal last from one to several Days. Dashain, a day of Victory over Demons, is the longest and the most important festival of Nepal. Tihar, Chhath (celebrate in terai), Mohani (Newars festivals), Buddha Jayanti (the celebration of the birth of Buddha) , Maha Shivaratri ( a festival of Lord Shiva ), Mani Rimdu (celebrate by Sherpas) are the important festivals of Nepal which are relates somehow with religious believe. And, most festivals include dancing and music, and a variety of foods are consumed during festivals and on special occasions.