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201. Which is the first large-scale industry’of Nepal?
– Biratnagar Jute Mill is the first large-scale industry’of Nepal.

Question No. 202. In the survey made by the National Geographic in 2012, who were declared the world’s most romantic and adventurous trekkers?

– In the survey made by the National Geographic in 2012, Lhakpa Chhiri Sherpa and Sano Babu Sunar, Nepal were declared the world’s most romantic and adventurous trekkers.

 

Question No. 203. What is the total area of Nepal?

– the total area of Nepal is 1,47,181 sq. km.

 

Question No. 204. What portion of the world is occupied by Nepal?

– 0.03% is the portion of the world is occupied by Nepal.

 

Question No. 205. What portion of Asia is occupied by Nepal?

– 0.3% is the portion of Asia is occupied by Nepal.

 

Question No. 206. What is the extent of Nepal in terms of latitude and longitudes?

– 26°22′ N to 30°27′ N, and 80°4′ E to 88°12′ E is the extent of Nepal in terms of latitude and longitudes.

 

Question No. 207. What is the average length (EW) of Nepal?

– 885 km is the average length (EW) of Nepal.

 

Question No. 208. What is the average width (NW) of Nepal?

– 193 km is the average width (NW) of Nepal.

 

Question No. 209. If the maximum distance north-south across Nepal is 241 km, what is the minimum distance?

— If the maximum distance north-south across Nepal is 241 km, 145 km is the minimum distance.

 

Question No. 210. Which longitude is the standard time of Nepal based on?

– 86°15′ passing through Gaurishankar Peak longitude is the standard time of Nepal based on.

 

Question No. 211. What is the standard time of Nepal?

-5:45 hrs ahead GMT (Greenwich Meantime) is the standard time of Nepal.

 

Question No. 212. When was the standard time of Nepal determined based upon 86° 15′ E longitude?

– 1 Baishakh, 2042 was the actual date of the standard time of Nepal determined based upon 86° 15′ E longitude.

 

Question No. 213. What is the lowest point in Nepal?

– Musaharniya, Dhanusha (59 m) is the lowest point in Nepal.

 

Question No. 214. Where is the deepest gorge of the world?

– Dana, Myagdi (cut by the Kaligandaki) is the deepest gorge of the world.

 

Question No. 215. Ecologically how many regions is Nepal divided into?

-Nepal is divided into 3 (Himalayan, Hilly, Tarai) regions ecologically.

 

Facts No. 216. What   is   the   altitudinal   range   of  the   Himalayan   region   of Nepal?

– 3000 m – 8848 m is   the   altitudinal   range   of  the   Himalayan   region   of Nepal.

 

Facts No. 217. What percentage of the total area is occupied by the Himalayan region?

-15% is the percentage of the total area is occupied by the Himalayan region.

 

Facts No. 218. How many districts of Nepal fall under the Himalayan region?

— 16 districts of Nepal falls under the Himalayan region.

 

Facts No. 219. What is the north-south distance of the Himalayan region?

– 25-50 km is the north-south distance of the Himalayan region.

 

Facts No. 220. Into how many regions is the Himalayan region subdivided?

– the Himalayan region subdivided is divided into 3 (Main Himalayas, Inner Himalayas and Outer Himalayas).

 

Facts No. 221. What are the mountain peaks of Nepal above 8000 m high?

  1. Mt Everest, 8848m 2. Kanchanjungha, 8586 m
  2. Lhotse, 8516 m 4. Makalu 8463 m
  3. Choyu, 8201m 6. Dhaulagiri 8167 m
  4. Manaslu, 8163 m 8. Annapurna 8091 m

 

Facts No. 222. What is the altitudinal range of the Hilly region of Nepal?

– 600 m-3000m is the altitudinal range of the Hilly region of Nepal.

 

Things to know… Number 223. What portion of the land in the Himalayan region is cultivable?

– 4%  is the portion of the land in the Himalayan region is cultivable.

 

Things to know… Number 224. What area of the country is occupied by the Hilly region of Nepal?

–         68% of the total area of the country is occupied by the Hilly region of Nepal.

 

Things to know… Number 225. How many districts are there in the Hilly region?

– 39 districts are there in the Hilly region.


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