Nepal is situated between the two giants of Asia, China to the north and India to the east, west and south.Nepal has its unique combination of attraction, both man-made and natural. The flourishing art and culture is amply demonstrated by the temples of Katmandu valley, the beauties of nature by the souring peaks of Mt. Everest and other mountains even more spectacular in appearance such the Macchapucchhre and Ama Dablam.
Kathmandu Valley had been called one Hindu and Buddhist art with more shrines and temples per square km than any where else in the world. The Nepalese even boast of having developed the pagoda style of architecture and successfully exported it to China and Japan. Nepal’s culture has immense vitality and countless festivals are celebrated each year. Institutions such as “Living Goddess” from a direct link between the past and the present. Here you can find an amazing verity of ethnic and racial groups and cultures. No fewer than 36 languages and dialects are spoken in Nepal. Similar diversity is observed in rites and religions, with variations between one ethnic group and its immediate neighbor. In Nepal Hinduism and Buddhism have co-existed amicably for centuries and many people profess both religions.