In the 18th century, the Gorkha Empire, led by King Prithvi Narayan Shah, conquered the Kathmandu Valley and made Nepali language the official language.
Discover the fascinating world of Yarshagumba: the mysterious caterpillar fungus of the Himalayas. Learn about its unique characteristics and medicinal uses.
Unveiling the Ancient Art of wild Honey Hunting in Nepal: Brave Gurung Tribesmen, Cliffside Adventures, and the Risks of Himalayan Red Honey.
Nepali and Nepalese have the same meaning when describing someone or something from Nepal. Both terms refer to the people and things from Nepal. Read more …
Hari Buddha Magar, a former British Gurkha Veteran who served for 15 years with the Royal Gurkha Rifles (RGR), has…
The 240-year-old monarchy was overthrown on May 28, 2008, when the newly elected Constituent Assembly proclaimed Nepal the Federal Democratic…
The Thakali people of Nepal are an ethnic group who are native to the Thak Khola region of Nepal. The…
The Hindu festivals of Dashain and Tihar are the biggest and most important celebrations in Nepal. Dashain is celebrated for…
The Tharus are an ethnic group indigenous to the Terai, the southern foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal and India….
The term “Sherpa” refers to the ethnic group of people who live in the mountainous region of Nepal. Sherpas are…
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