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Buddhism in Nepal

Buddhism is the second-largest religion in Nepal. Hinduism has absorbed Buddhism to a considerable extent in several regions, although the two religions share many deities and temples....

Kumari, The Living Goddess

A fine black eyeliner stretched through the eyelids, a reddish tinge all over the forehead, with a thin yellow tinge around it, kalki-shaped ornaments...

Kusunda Culture

The Kusunda are the Nepalese ethnic group. Banmanchhe and Banraja are two more names for them. They are nomads that hunt animals for root...

Raute Culture

The Raute in Nepal have always been nomadic hunters and gatherers. The government, however, forcefully relocated the nomadic Raute from Darchula District to the...

Tamang Culture

Although Nepal is represented as having weak physical infrastructure, it is rich in natural resources and beauty. All of this richness has an aesthetic...

Sherpa Culture

Nepal is a diverse country with around 125 ethnic groups and 123 languages. Among them, Sherpa, also known as Sharwa, are one of Nepal's...

Thakali Culture

Thakali people are an ethnolinguistic group who are originated from the ThakKhola region of Mustang district, Nepal. According to the census, 2001, there are...

Newari Culture

Nepal is a culturally as well as naturally diversified nation. Having around 125 ethnic groups and more than 123 languages, Nepal has been considered...