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Essay on Nepal

My country Nepal is situated between two big countries China and India. According to the census report of 2001 AD, there are 2,31,51,423 people living in my country. Its area is 1,47,181 square kilometers. Population density is normal. Only 154 people live in a square kilometer but the density of population in urban areas is higher than in rural areas. Similarly, hilly areas are more densely populated in valleys and plains.

Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country in South Asia, its capital is Kathmandu. The neighbor countries of Nepal are India and China. Nepal used to have a king but now there is a president after the establishment of Nepal as republican state. Nepal is divided into three parts: Terai, mountain and Himalayan.

Nepal is famous for the icy and cold Mount Everest and the beautiful religious Pashupatinath Temple which is for Hindus. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world and is visited by many tourists. Apart from these, there are three places we must visit in Nepal: Lumbani, Chitwan and Pokhara. Lumbani is the place where Lord Buddha was born. And Chitwan is famous for jungle safaris. Pokhara is also very beautiful to see for tourists.

The national festivals of Nepal are Dashin and Tihar and the national animal is the cow, the national flower is Rhododendron and the national bird is Lophophorus. Nepal has immense potential. I wish there was job for everyone in Nepal and Nepal is peaceful for tourists to live clean and without any fight.

Nepal is an east based country. Sixty-five percent of the people are completely dependent on agriculture in Nepal. Some educated people are employed in other sectors like teaching, office work, business etc.

Although people belong to different social groups and religions, they actually practice 'unity in diversity'. Followers of one religion respect people of another religion. It is a secular state, people enjoy the right of religious freedom. The spirit and practice of fraternity promote rapprochement between people. People speak different languages ​​and enjoy different modes of cultures, traditions and festivals.

Nepal is world famous for its angelic natural beauties, unique wonders and gifts. Although it is land-locked country, people from abroad are fond of visiting it. It is famous for mountains, rivers, lakes etc. The world's highest mountain peak, Mount Everest, attracts many foreign tourists every year. Through tourism, it is able to earn foreign exchange which can be used on development projects.

Nepal is rich in water resources. Many rivers originate from the high mountains, twist around the hills and flow through the lowlands. Many streams and streams serve people in many ways. They are beneficial for hydroelectric projects running irrigation, transportation, rafting, etc.

It is said that 'Green Forest is the wealth of Nepal'. In front, we can get many benefits from forests. Nepal looks beautiful because of the lush green forest, but nowadays the forests are getting destroyed in many ways. Deforestation can result in many natural disasters such as landslides, over-flooding, soil erosion, desertification and silting of rivers and lakes.

Nowadays, programs of afforestation and reforestation have preserved the forest, the habitat of wild animals. National parks and wildlife reserves preserve many wild animals and birds. Many tourists come to Nepal to see them.

Nepal is a developing country. About 50 percent of the people are literate. There are many schools and collages running all over the country. To further the socio-economic status of the farmers, they are provided with the facility of irrigation, modern fertilizers, improved seeds and modern methods of farming. The facilities for electricity, health care, transport and communication are also increasing.

I feel proud to be a citizen of Nepal. We Nepali people respect each other. We are allies. I think most people love country. We think mother and motherland are one and the same. I hope our country Nepal will be the best and most famous country in the world.

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