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100 Important Information About Nepal

Nepal is not small on the subjects of culture, traditions, and much more in natural enrichment. Nepal has its importance and a great identity in the eye of the world. The world better knows Nepal because of the presence of the world’s highest Mount Everest.

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The high altitude of pride makes the country and the man both prideful. All the development and the tourism sector are increasing their development. Nepalese are respected all over the world due to their good and sweet behavior.

The person’s identity also remains where they belong to. The country gives the identity of the person. If the identity of the country is not good then the people of that country will be also dominated all over the world by the people.

great Nepal is rich in the culture, tradition, and in the sector of tourism. People of Nepal are very honest in nature as they are the behavior person. Mostly Nepal is increasing its investment in the sector of tourism and nowadays in infrastructure.

100 Important Information About Nepal

Let’s know the hundred information about Nepal.

1. The Nepal is back in infrastructure development but ahead in the tourism sector.

2. The tourist place investigator organization of U.K. ROUGH GUIDES have listed the Nepal in the first number for the best tourist destination in the world in 2016.

3. This shows that Nepal is richer in the development of tourism. Chitwan National Park is the world-famous park of Nepal even the famous is in the world.

4. The great national park is the identity of Nepal which have the many natural enrichment and different characteristics.

Doing exercise, yoga and meditation in Himalayas Nepal

Doing exercise, yoga and meditation in Lap of Himalayas Nepal

5. And the many sectors like in the subject of cultures also Nepal is rich in it. Nepalese handicraft and the stone figures are famous in the world.

6. Nepal is rich in making the new and designable Murti of stone and wood which reflect the culture of Nepal. The Nepalese culture is famous in the world because the Nepalese traditions are different from the European and American culture.

Nepalese cultural dress mother daughter

Mother and Daughter in cultural dress

7. Nepal has many extra services which is making the country famous. The traditional fact and figures, celebrations of the festival, dress culture, etc determine the price of Nepal which is priceless. The Nepal government is investing a huge amount in the field of tourism, and technology development.

8. Making Nepal will make the Nepalese also large. The development starts in a slow ratio process at a fast speed. Something is going to Nepal. Due to the change of government in Nepal, the plan and policy go also change.

9. The next government will implement another policy. So it’s also the major problem of Nepal and the least investment of foreign companies.

10. There are very few companies established in Nepal because they don’t want invest due to the change of government having not the fixed rule and regulation for a long time.

100 Important Information About Nepal

11. The present situation of the country is not good due to the non-implementations of the constitution.

12. The Nepalese spend their life by doing agriculture and rest by shopping and going abroad.

doko bhariya labour nepali boy profession agriculture

a Nepali farmer boy carrying DOKO

13. The government of Nepal is taking resistance and moving the tools and techniques of development due to the Remittance.

14. A person gets happy if they get the desired things but the person of Nepal is not happy because there is a problem of load shedding and much more the need thing.

15. The life of Nepalese is much more struggling as they struggle from electricity, drinking water, and transportation facilities.

16. There are millions of Nepalese who are unconnected with the service of transportation, drinking water.

17. They have an obligation to drink the impure water which comes from the mountain as spring.

18. But that is also not available easily, the hard work of getting the drinking water is like getting the world cup in the foreign country.

19. They travel even the long distance to bring the water and they are spending their life in a happy and sad way. The hurts are much more which can’t be counted on the hands but there are limitations of happiness.

20. We can also touch the topics of the Nepalese living style which is very different from the world. There are many choices of wearing of dresses which are the person desire. The person is moving according to change of time and fashion.

100 Important Information About Nepal

21. The person demand changes according to the present fashion. Besides, the people of Nepal are not the same due to different cultures. As they live in eastern culture.

22. Mostly the people of Nepal are living in a cultural way. The value of the people body and the value of the culture determines the person thought.

23. Behaving everything like the modern, it is also not suitable for the person. They might be against it and some people do its support who like it.

24. All the things and the components which are around us may be positively affected and may be negatively affected. It does not mean that all the things surrounding us are positive only.

25. The many tourism sectors, the traditional sector, industrial sector, national income sector, business sector, festival and customs sector, living styles sector, occupation sector, and the law sector are the major component to know about Nepal.

26. All the means and the meaning are not the same. Even the great seal is formed with the combinations of rivers. There are many necessities that are in the process of implementation.

27. The people of Nepal are very rich in sources like the growth of crops and selling in the external market.

28. The people of Nepal mostly depend upon agriculture even the government has not provided the proper irrigation facilities. The farmers of Nepal have no funds distributed for better agriculture.

Nepal nepalese women people rice paddy Asar Ropai Farming

Nepalese women Rice Paddy Plantation Farming

29. But for the increase meant in the sector of agriculture, the government provides every year the best farmers of the year giving the cash prize of two lakh.

30. This year also the government has distributed the prize to the fifty farmers. It’s also one of the points to create eagerness for the people to do agriculture.

100 Important Information About Nepal

31. The government has brought many programs like one village, one production, etc.

32. The one village, one production means that the production of the crops of one type only in one full village. The village can only produce the same goods.

33. According to it, the government has differentiated the village according to the productions. The farmers grow the crops according to the government rule and get a better profit.

34. Those farmers who are interested in doing the agriculture then they are provided the loan in the very low-interest rate. The person’s capacity is known by only their works.

35. We have to be clear about the economic conditions of Nepal which are not good at the time of earthquake but it has been in the ratio of increasing order.

People are rebuilding their distroyed home after earthquake in Nepal

People are starting to rebuild their destroyed home after an earthquake in Nepal

36. Since the increased net in the investment of international organization in the hydropower electricity, the economy rate of Nepal is also in the increasing order.

37. This is the Nepal GDP Annual Growth Rate – actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar, and news.

38. Nepal GDP Annual Growth Rate – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on November of 2016. We can imagine the present and the past movement gap:

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
0.77 2.32 8.60 0.16 1993 – 2015 percent Yearly

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Dominican Republic 8.70 Jun/16 6.1 14 -3.4 % Quarterly
Tanzania 7.90 Jun/16 5.5 11.9 2.6 % Quarterly
Uzbekistan 7.80 Sep/16 7.8 9.8 3.6 % Quarterly
Congo 7.70 Dec/15 9.5 9.7 -26.1 % Yearly
Cambodia 7.20 Dec/16 7 13.3 0.1 % Yearly
India 7.10 Jun/16 7.9 11.4 -5.2 % Quarterly
Bangladesh 7.05 Dec/16 6.55 7.05 4.08 % Yearly
Laos 7.00 Dec/15 7.4 14.3 4 % Yearly
Myanmar 7.00 Dec/15 8.5 13.84 3.6 % Yearly
Philippines 7.00 Jun/16 6.8 12.4 -11.1 % Quarterly
China 6.70 Sep/16 6.7 15.4 3.8 % Quarterly
Djibouti 6.70 Dec/15 6 6.7 -10.6 % Yearly
Tajikistan 6.50 Jun/16 6.5 11 -32.3 % Quarterly
Vietnam 6.40 Sep/16 5.78 8.48 3.12 % Quarterly
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Mali 6.00 Jun/16 6.1 13.62 -11.36 % Quarterly
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Burkina Faso 5.90 Jun/16 5.9 25.7 -2.3 % Quarterly
Togo 5.80 Jun/16 6 15.46 -15.1 % Quarterly
Niger 5.70 Jun/16 5.9 13.48 -17.06 % Quarterly
Senegal 5.70 Jun/16 6.4 9.9 -6.55 % Quarterly
Chad 5.60 Dec/15 23.1 34.3 -21.44 % Yearly
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Monaco 5.40 Dec/15 7.2 14.4 -11.3 % Yearly
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Panama 5.20 Jun/16 4.6 12.2 4.6 % Quarterly
Indonesia 5.02 Sep/16 5.19 7.16 1.56 % Quarterly
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Angola 4.90 Dec/15 4.8 23.2 2.4 % Yearly
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Fiji 4.20 Dec/15 5.3 12.7 -6.4 % Yearly
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Ireland 4.10 Jun/16 3.9 28.4 -10.1 % Quarterly
Uganda 3.91 Jun/16 3.86 8.34 0.88 % Quarterly
Algeria 3.90 Dec/15 3.8 6.7 1.6 % Yearly
Palestine 3.90 Jun/16 8 26.03 -21.59 % Quarterly
Cameroon 3.70 Mar/16 3.3 8.5 1.9 % Quarterly
Iceland 3.70 Jun/16 4.4 13.4 -9.3 % Quarterly
Mozambique 3.70 Jun/16 5.2 15.3 -2.5 % Quarterly
Peru 3.70 Jun/16 4.4 21.05 -20.94 % Quarterly
Slovakia 3.70 Jun/16 3.4 13.5 -6.1 % Quarterly
Brunei 3.60 Mar/16 0.1 6.6 -8.1 % Quarterly
Honduras 3.60 Dec/15 3.1 6.6 -2.4 % Yearly
New Zealand 3.60 Jun/16 3 7.3 -2.6 % Quarterly
Cape Verde 3.50 Jun/16 5.9 10.9 -5.1 % Quarterly
Thailand 3.50 Jun/16 3.2 15.3 -12.5 % Quarterly
Guatemala 3.40 Jun/16 2.9 7.7 -1.7 % Quarterly
Lesotho 3.40 Dec/15 4.5 26.4 -13.51 % Yearly
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Australia 3.30 Jun/16 3.1 9 -3.5 % Quarterly
Kosovo 3.30 Jun/16 3.8 10.9 -4.5 % Quarterly
Bolivia 3.24 Jun/16 4.95 8.07 -0.89 % Quarterly
Albania 3.20 Jun/16 3.1 13.5 -10.84 % Quarterly
Comoros 3.20 Dec/15 3 8.53 -5.4 % Yearly
Israel 3.20 Jun/16 2 10.7 -3.2 % Quarterly
Spain 3.20 Sep/16 3.4 5.6 -4.3 % Quarterly
Germany 3.10 Jun/16 1.5 6 -7.9 % Quarterly
Mauritania 3.10 Dec/15 4.6 11.4 -4 % Yearly
Poland 3.10 Jun/16 3 8.1 0 % Quarterly
Turkey 3.10 Jun/16 4.7 12.6 -14.7 % Quarterly
Bulgaria 3.00 Jun/16 2.9 17.2 -14 % Quarterly
Georgia 3.00 Jun/16 2.6 12.3 -9 % Quarterly
Guyana 3.00 Dec/15 3.8 11.36 -13.19 % Yearly
Madagascar 3.00 Dec/15 3.3 9.85 -12.7 % Yearly
Malta 3.00 Jun/16 5.2 6.8 -3.7 % Quarterly
Malawi 2.90 Dec/15 5.7 16.7 -10 % Yearly
Croatia 2.80 Jun/16 2.7 6.8 -8.6 % Quarterly
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Czech Republic 2.60 Jun/16 3 7.3 -5.7 % Quarterly
Hungary 2.60 Jun/16 0.9 5.6 -7.8 % Quarterly
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Sri Lanka 2.60 Jun/16 5.2 16.12 0.5 % Quarterly
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Ghana 2.50 Jun/16 4.8 25 -3.8 % Quarterly
Mauritius 2.50 Jun/16 3.7 9.8 -0.8 % Quarterly
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Serbia 2.50 Sep/16 2 21.1 -21.3 % Quarterly
Cayman Islands 2.40 Mar/16 2.9 6.5 -6.9 % Quarterly
Iraq 2.40 Dec/15 -2.1 54.16 -56.4 % Yearly
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Egypt 2.30 Mar/16 3.8 7.3 -4.3 % Quarterly
Netherlands 2.30 Jun/16 1.5 6.1 -4.9 % Quarterly
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Macedonia 2.20 Jun/16 2 8.2 -2.4 % Quarterly
Afghanistan 2.10 Dec/15 6.5 28.6 2.1 % Yearly
Taiwan 2.06 Sep/16 0.7 17.06 -8.12 % Quarterly
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Mexico 2.00 Sep/16 2.5 8.5 -8.1 % Quarterly
Qatar 2.00 Jun/16 1.1 32.9 -15.3 % Quarterly
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Hong Kong 1.90 Sep/16 1.7 20.7 -8.1 % Quarterly
Jordan 1.90 Jun/16 2.3 10.58 -1.11 % Quarterly
The European Union 1.80 Sep/16 1.8 4.6 -5.4 % Quarterly
Kuwait 1.80 Dec/15 0.5 33.99 -20.62 % Yearly
Moldova 1.80 Jun/16 0.8 12.9 -7.4 % Quarterly
Haiti 1.70 Dec/15 2.8 5.5 -5.5 % Yearly
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Swaziland 1.70 Dec/15 3 21.02 -2.12 % Yearly
Botswana 1.60 Jun/16 2.7 18.2 -11.8 % Quarterly
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Armenia 1.50 Jun/16 4.5 19.1 -19.7 % Quarterly
Chile 1.50 Jun/16 2.2 16.15 -4.07 % Quarterly
Suriname 1.50 Dec/15 1.8 10.8 -8.8 % Yearly
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Zimbabwe 1.50 Dec/15 3.9 22.57 -17.7 % Yearly
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Belgium 1.20 Sep/16 1.2 19.4 -3.8 % Quarterly
Republic of the Congo 1.20 Dec/15 6.1 23.6 -8.95 % Yearly
Estonia 1.10 Sep/16 0.8 13.2 -19.3 % Quarterly
France 1.10 Sep/16 1.3 12.5 -3.8 % Quarterly
Lebanon 1.00 Dec/15 2 83.28 -56.99 % Yearly
Morocco 1.00 Sep/16 0.5 9.3 0.5 % Quarterly
Barbados 0.90 Dec/15 0.2 7.9 -7 % Yearly
Canada 0.90 Jun/16 1.2 8.8 -4.1 % Quarterly
Portugal 0.90 Jun/16 0.9 5 -4.5 % Quarterly
Italy 0.80 Jun/16 1 10.3 -7.2 % Quarterly
Japan 0.80 Jun/16 0.2 9.4 -9.4 % Quarterly
Latvia 0.80 Sep/16 2 14.1 -16.2 % Quarterly
Nepal 0.77 Dec/15 2.32 8.6 0.16 % Yearly
Iran 0.60 Mar/15 3.7 23.01 -12.54 % Quarterly
Singapore 0.60 Sep/16 2 18.9 -8.8 % Quarterly
South Africa 0.60 Jun/16 -0.1 7.1 -2.6 % Quarterly
Finland 0.40 Jun/16 1.2 7.6 -9.3 % Quarterly
Denmark 0.30 Jun/16 0.2 6.5 -6.4 % Quarterly
Eritrea 0.30 Dec/15 1.7 21.25 -13.12 % Yearly
Liberia 0.30 Dec/15 8.7 106 -51.03 % Yearly
Guinea 0.10 Dec/15 1.1 6.31 -0.3 % Yearly
Kazakhstan 0.10 Jun/16 -0.2 16.9 -11.1 % Quarterly
Puerto Rico -0.60 Dec/15 -1.7 13.8 -3.8 % Yearly
Russia -0.60 Jun/16 -1.2 12.1 -11.2 % Quarterly
Liechtenstein -0.80 Dec/14 3.6 10.41 -10.9 % Yearly
Greece -0.90 Jun/16 -1 6.7 -10.2 % Quarterly
North Korea -1.10 Dec/15 1 6.2 -6.3 % Yearly
Namibia -1.20 Jun/16 3.4 21 -6.1 % Quarterly
Belarus -1.30 Jun/16 -3.7 11.05 -4.5 % Quarterly
Belize -1.60 Jun/16 -1.96 13.45 -10.62 % Quarterly
Nigeria -2.06 Jun/16 -0.4 19.17 -7.81 % Quarterly
Kyrgyzstan -2.30 Jun/16 -4.9 10.5 -20.08 % Quarterly
Syria -2.30 Dec/11 3.23 6.9 -2.3 % Yearly
Ecuador -3.00 Mar/16 -1.2 10.2 -3 % Quarterly
Argentina -3.40 Jun/16 0.4 16.2 -16.3 % Quarterly
Azerbaijan -3.40 Jun/16 -3.5 40.4 -3.8 % Quarterly
Brazil -3.80 Jun/16 -5.4 10.1 -5.9 % Quarterly
Burundi -4.10 Dec/15 4.7 21.33 -13.75 % Yearly
Trinidad and Tobago -5.20 Mar/16 -1.3 20.6 -6.2 % Quarterly
South Sudan -5.30 Dec/15 15.9 15.9 -46.1 % Yearly
Libya -6.00 Dec/15 -23.5 104 -52.5 % Yearly
Macau -7.10 Jun/16 -13.3 54.1 -23.7 % Quarterly
Venezuela -7.10 Sep/15 -4 36.1 -26.7 % Quarterly
Equatorial Guinea -10.60 Dec/15 -0.6 95.26 -10.6 % Yearly
Oman -14.10 Dec/15 4.6 13.1 -14.1 % Yearly
Sierra Leone -21.50 Dec/15 4.6 20.7 -21.5 % Yearly
Yemen -28.10 Dec/15 -0.2 7.7 -28.1 % Yearly

39. Thanks to Nepal’s natural beauty, rich cultural heritage and the diversity of sight-seeing and adventure opportunities available.

40. A total of 463,684 tourists visited Nepal, making tourism one of the largest industries in the Kingdom in 1998. This sector has been expanding rapidly since its inception in 1950.

100 Important Information About Nepal

41. NEPAL is also the great exporter country in the many more items. Foreign trade is characterized mainly by the import of manufactured products and the export of agricultural raw materials.

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