Further, if we talk about Nepal, then it can be defined as “A tiny Himalayan Kingdom wedged between China to the north and India to the South”. It is on the collision zone between two plates, so large mountain ranges are formed in the creasing – including the Pahar Hill region and the Mountain region, both with large altitudes and populated valleys.
Nepal is the only Hindu Kingdom present in the world today, her sacred shrines of Pashupatinath, in the Kathmandu Valley, Muktikanth in the mountainous Mustang District, attract Hindu pilgrims and devotees from far beyond her borders.
Nepal is also the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and Lumbini in the southern Terai plains is equally important destination to Buddhist pilgrims from around the world.
There are lots of places to visit in Nepal. That is why people often term Nepal as "a place where there are more temples than houses". Similarly because of Gods and Goddesses we term it as a place where the number of gods and goddess is more than the population of people.
Tourism is the largest industry in Nepal, the largest source of foreign exchange and revenue. Possessing 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a hotspot destination for mountaineers, rock climbers and people seeking adventures. The Hindu and Buddhist heritage of Nepal, and its cold weather are also strong attractions.
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