Culture, People And Lifestyle
People in Nepal follow different religion and cultures. Here, in Nepal we can find more than 61 ethnic groups and 70 types of the spoken language. The culture and the lifestyles of the people here in Nepal is also one of the best attractions. We can find own religious and cultural beliefs followed by every single ethnic group on their own style.The official National language spoken by the people are Nepali.

Also, the lifestyles of the people living in different region of the country are different. The people living in the Upper Himalayan region is most commonly the sherpas.The region is cold so in this region people wear the thick clothes. In the mid hilly region the temperature is quite moderate so the people in this region wear the moderate clothes. Where as in the terai plain the temperature is hot therefore, people living in this region wear the light cotton clothes. The Northern people in Nepal have the Tibetan ascent and the people in the South have the Indo-Aryan acsent. Different people speak different languages in different region. Also the people have divided the caste system. Though, Nepal have many more languages to speak, various races to see and various cultures to feel Nepal has the Religious Tolerance among the Nepali people everywhere in the Country. Nepal is the garden of the culture, religion, races and different lifestyles with the appropriate peace  and  harmony among the different races of people.

Nepal is constitutionally a Hindu kingdom with legal provisions of no prejudice against other religions. The Hindu inhabitants in the country has been constantly over 80 percent since the 1950s. The second largest religion of Nepal is Buddhism, it is practiced by about 11 percent, while Islam comprises of about 4.2 percent of the population. The Kirat religion makes up nearly 3.6 percent of the population.

Nepal has many customs and beliefs that might be difficult to understand and not so easy to obey but this is the way of life to them and you should respect it when you are in their territory.

Do not feel offended if any Nepalese hesitates to shake hands with you because it hasn't been very long since the western traditions were introduced to them. Most Nepalese greet one another by a “Namaste”, a common act done by putting the palms together in a prayer like gesture.

It is customary to eat and deal with food with your right hand. They use their left hand to wash themselves after being to the toilet. Note that most Nepalese eat with their hands, forks and spoons are not very common.

Note that men and woman should always dress appropriately. Men should not walk  bare-chested, shorts are acceptable but it's recommended to rather wear long pants. Women are recommended to wear long skirts that cover the ankles, because exposure of a woman's legs can draw unnecessary attention.

Showing affection between men and woman in public is not acceptable. So avoid kissing, hugging, cuddling or even holding hands in public.