Nepal is full of contrasts.
Sandwiched between China and India, the country’s 30 million residents are scattered across a stark geography, from the snowy Himalayan plateau to sweltering jungle and arid plains.
A common refrain among Nepali people is that if you were to spread the country flat, it would be one of the largest in the world. Perhaps as a consequence of the country’s topography, Nepal’s people represent a panoply of ethnic groups, speaking over 100 languages, with varying styles of dress, cuisine, and architecture.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com