Nepal has evolved over many centuries.Nepal's cultural heritage has a wide diversity of music. Accompanying their music would be people dressed in dance costumes performing to the rhythm of the music. The rhythm, beats, bounce of Nepali traditional folk and classical music is spiritual enough to sooth you and entertaining enough to cheer you. Music is associated with every event in Nepal, then be it birth, marriage, festivals or National events.

Various songs, musical instruments and dances are connected with various religious, social and cultural lives of the Nepalese. Music is the heartbeat of Nepal. Music is associated to every event of life, then be it festivals, feasts, marriage, birth ceremonies or funeral processions. The main genres of Nepali music are pop, rock, folk, and classical. There are a number of other genres that are yet to be cataloged.
Nepali Dancers


National Anthem of Nepal

सयौं थुँगा फूलका हामी, एउटै माला नेपालीसार्वभौम भई फैलिएका, मेची-माहाकाली।सयौं थुँगा फूलका हामी, एउटै माला नेपालीसार्वभौम भई फैलिएका, मेची-माहाकाली।प्रकृतिका कोटी-कोटी सम्पदाको आंचलवीरहरूका रगतले, स्वतन्त्र र अटल।ज्ञानभूमि, शान्तिभूमि तराई, पहाड, हिमालअखण्ड यो प्यारो हाम्रो मातृभूमि नेपाल।बहुल जाति, भाषा, धर्म, संस्कृति छन् विशालअग्रगामी राष्ट्र हाम्रो, जय जय नेपाल।=== ===
Hundreds of flowers - Us, one garland - Nepali Sovereign, spread out from Mechi to Mahakali.Hundreds of flowers - Us, one garland - Nepali Sovereign, spread out from Mechi to Mahakali.A playground for millions of nature's giftsBy the blood of heroes, independent and immovable.Land of knowledge, land of peace, Terai, hills, mountainsIndivisible - our beloved, motherland Nepal.Multi-racial, multi-lingual, multi-religious and with a large cultureprogressive nation ours, oh, great Nepal!

Nepal's flag is the only flag in the world that is not square! The red color of the flag is for the color of the country's national flower.The red is also to resemble war and the blue border is to resemble peace.

Nepalese Cuisine
Nepalese cuisine refers to the cuisines of Nepal. The culture and geographic diversity of Nepal provide ample space for a variety of cuisines based on ethnicity soil and climate.Nevertheless dal-bhat-tarkari (Nepali: दाल भात तरकारी ) is eaten throughout the country. Dal is a spicy/non-spicy soup made of lentils. It is served over boiled grain, bhat -- usually rice but sometimes another grain -- with vegetable curry, tarkari. Typical condiments are a small amount of extremely spicy chutney(चटनी) or Achaar made from fresh ingredients) or fermeted pickle achaar (अचार), sliced lemon(nibua) or lime (kagati) and fresh chili peppers khursani. The variety of achars is staggering, said to number in the thousands.

Meals are traditionally eaten seated or squatting on the floor, although urban restaurants have tables and chairs. A large mound of bhat (boiled rice or other grain such as cornmeal or barley) or a pile of roti (rounds of thin unleavened bread) is served on a thali -- a rimmed brass or stainless steel plate about 12"/30cm. diameter.

Currency-Nepalese Rupee
Sports-Cricket and football
Prime Minister-Madhav Kumar Nepal
Famous Musician-Gopal Yonjon

Nepal is famous for millions of wollen hats that are shipped to Canada.These hats are made by the Neplaese women by hand.

Education in Nepal
Modern education in Nepal began with the establishment of the first school in 1853; this school was only for the members of the ruling families and their courtiers. Schooling for the general people began only after 1951 when a popular movement ended and initiated a democratic system. In the past 50 years, there has been a dramatic expansion of education facilities in the country.

Education in Nepal is structured as school education and higher education. School education includes primary level of grades 1–5, lower secondary and secondary levels of grades 6–8 and 9–10 respectively. Pre-primary level of education is available in some areas. Six years old is the prescribed age for admission into grade one. A national level School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination is conducted at the end of grade 10.
Grades 11 and 12 are considered as higher secondary level. Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) supervises higher secondary schools which are mostly under private management. Previously these grades were under the university system and were run as a certificate level. Though some universities still offer these programs, the policy now is to integrate these grades into the school system.

Nepal Animals
Every year in Nepal they host a Animal Sacrafice resulting in eating off the head of an animal.(I decided to leave that picture out).
Breathtaking Pictures of Nepal