NEPAL

Introduction

Nepal is the beautiful Himalayan country with Mt. Everest, the highest mountain of the world. The famous flora and fauna are studied, enjoyed and experienced by thousands of people from all over the world ever year. The green hills and the dense rain forests are always appreciated by the world people.

Nepal is an underdeveloped landlocked country inhabited by over 25.3 million population of enormous cultural and ethnic diversity. Nepal, with 147181 km area is surrounded by India on South, West and East and by China on the North. Nepal has a habitat of different rate species of flora and fauna. In order to protect the fragileeco system, Nepal has set up 13 national parks and wildlife reserves in different parts of the country.

Nepal is a developing country with an agricultural economy. In recent years, the country’s efforts to expand into manufacturing industries and other technological sectors have achieved much progress. Farming is the main economic activity followed by manufacturing, trade and tourist, the chief sources of foreign currency amines are merchandise export, services, tourism. The chief sources of foreign currency earnings are merchandise export, services, tourism and Gurkha remittances.