Culture and history
It would require a large library to properly explain the multi-racial, multi-lingual, multi-religious, and multi-cultural country of Nepal.
Nowhere else in the world could a national population of roughly 26 million people speak over 100 languages, follow a huge variation of religion, and live by a host of various customs and cultural practices.
Because the country was largely inaccessible until the twentieth century and was never colonised, and as the natural border between Tibeto-Burman and Indo-Aryan cultures, Nepal has retained much of its plurality and individuality.
With the first phase of the Jaladevi school renovation scheme completed (see below), the project now moves on to building two new class rooms. More
**14 July Update** Our new system is half way done. Shouldn't be much longer now. Three months ago we received 32 million fake sponsorship accoun.. More
Jaladevi primary school has now got a roof over its new classrooms (sorry for the poor photo!)... More