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  • 1.
  • 2. Geography
  • 3. Location of Nepal
    It is located in the Himalayasand bordered to the north by the people´s Republic of China, and to the south, east, and west by the Republic of India.
  • 4. Map of Nepal
    kathmandu is the nation's capital and the country's largest metropolis.
  • 5. HISTORY
  • 6. KIRATI KING
    INDIA
    &
    CHINA
    BRITISH
    Vs
    NEPALESE
    1816
    SUGAULI
  • 7. Hinduism
    Buddhism
  • 8. RANA DYNASTY
    BAHADUR RANA
    UNTIL THE 90´s ------- DEMOCRACY
    CIVIL WAR (2006) ------- Federal Democratic Republic
    1948
  • 9. ECONOMY
  • 10. POOREST
    BEFORE 1990 THE ECONOMY WAS ISOLATED
    *NEW MARKET POLITIES
    *LIBERALIZED THE DOMESTIC ECONOMY
    *CUT THE BUSSINES LICENSES
    HAS CONSIDERABLE SCOPE FOR ACELERATING ECONOMIC GROWTH
  • 11. 70%
    TEXTILES
    AGRICULTURE
    *Kathmandu
    *Terai
    *Biratnagar
    *Birgunj
    GRAIN
    SUGARCANE
    SNUFF
  • 12. CURRENCY
    SILVER
    178 GRAMS.
  • 13. POPULATION
    POPULATION (%) BYMAJOR CASTES AND ETHNIES
  • 14. F L A G
    TRIANGLES:
    MOUNTAINS, RELIGIONS
    SON & MOON:
    HOPE
    BLUE BORDER:
    PEACE
    CRIMSON COLOR:
    COURAGE
    DECEMBER 16, 1962
  • 15.
  • 16. LANDSCAPES
  • 17. Machhapuchhare
    • LOCATION:
    Annapurna Himal of north central Nepal
  • 18. Himalaya
    • LOCATION: The mountain range stretches 1,700 miles across an area between Assam and Kashmir
  • Gosainkunda lake
    • Location: Gosainkunda is situated at the altitude of 4380m to the north of Kathmandu on the Langtang trekking trail
  • CLIMATE
  • 19. SUBTROPICAL
    JUNE TO SEPTEMBER
    OCTOBER & DICEMBER
    JANUARY TO MARCH
    APRIL TO JUNE
  • 20. IMPORTANT MONUMENTS
    A good deal of historical monuments can be found around Durbar Square
  • 21. KATMANDU
    ITS A CITY FULL OF MONUMENTS
  • 22. MOUNT EVEREST
  • 23. TYPICAL DRESS
  • 24. SARI OR GUNIU
  • 25. DAURA -SURUWAL
  • 26. TYPICAL FOOD
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. FAMOUS PEOPLE
  • 31. BUDDAH
  • 32. Dichen Lachman
  • 33. OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE
    *Bhanubhakta Achary – 1814 to 1868. Nepal's first poet.
    *Bala Krishna Sama – born 1903. An influential dramatist.
    *Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev of Nepal – 1971 to 2001. Accused of murdering his family and king for 3 days whilst in a coma.
    *Amar Singh Thapa - 19th century. Military leader in Nepal.
    As a national hero.
    *Sir Jung Bahadur Rana – 1817 to 1877. Well-known prime minister.
    *King Mahendra Bir Bikram-Shah – 1920 to 1972. Brought in a political system without parties.
    *King Birendra Bir Bikram Sha Dev – born 1945. Brought in democracy.
  • 34. Karla Midory López Castillo
    Astrid Aracely Santillan Borboa
    Magaly Gonzales

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