4- Mount Everest is in Nepal
Mount Everest, known as Sagarmatha in Nepali, is located in northern Nepal.

The world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, is indeed in Nepal. Though many Nepalis do not ever climb or even visit the base of this famous mountain, it has a symbolic meaning for every Nepali. Nepali people consider their dignity as high as the Everest. Thousands of foreign tourists flock every spring to conquer Mount Everest and it helps the Nepalese economy too.

5- Nepal is the land of living goddess Kumari & Pashupatinath
Kumari is revered and worshipped as a living goddess in Nepal.

Nepal is a proud nation because of its cultural richness and diversity. Apart from the brave Gurkhas and the laborious Sherpas, it is also the land of living goddess Kumari and lord Pashupatinath, which is deeply revered by millions of Hindus worldwide. Nepal’s roots are in deep spiritual traditions and religious tolerance is just a basic norm. So if you bump into an enlightened being during your next trip to Nepal, that’s not a surprise.

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