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Nepal

Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal located in South Asia between China and India. The landlocked country owns eight of the world’s 14 tallest mountains, including the Mount Everest. There is a129 km air distance between the lowest (60 m) and the highest point (8848 m). Nepali is a common language in the multi-linguistic, multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multicultural kingdom. The hunting and gathering group has lived for 10000 years. The historically independent nation is great for the Himalayas, rivers, forests, flora, fauna, culture, Living Goddess, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, world-famous Gurkha, Highlander Sherpa, shamanism faiths, ancient art, architecture, tradition, cuisine, and ethical dress. The civilization centers are Kathmandu Valley, Synja Valley, Lumbini, and Janakpur.

Nepal is the world’s 93rd largest and 41st most populous country with three geographical layers the Himalayan, Hilly and Terai Region. The second richest country in water resources in the world boasts 6000 rivers and rivulets. The volume of water is 200 billion cubic meters per annum. The hydropower potential of the country is 83000 MW though installed capacity is 880 MW. Nepalese society based on the hierarchies, segmental, and the hunting and gathering group. Ethnic and cast groups identified 125, which belong to four major groups Mongoloid, Caucasoid, Munda, and Dravid. The vegetation covers 51.6% land, including 29% forest, 10.6% shrub and 12% grassland. Flowering plants are 7000, including 1000 medicinal purpose, 2000 food value, 100-timber value, and 150 cash crops. Arable lands are 2600000-hectare and wetlands are 700000-hectare.

There are 1310 mountain peaks and endless ranges of hills. The country has 118 ecosystems, 35 forest types, 12 national parks, 1 wildlife reserve, 12 buffer zones, 1 hunting reserve, and 6 conservation areas, which covers 23.23 % land.The country is an ecological dreamland claims 181 species of mammal, including 27 species of endangered, 884 species of bird (migratory and residential), 600 species of butterfly, 50 species of moth, 180 species of dragonfly, 170 species of fish, 100 species of reptile, and 43 species of amphibian. Top 41 facts and figures about Nepal are below.

1 – Government

Official Name: Government of Nepal

Political System – The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal (on 29 May 2008)

Prime Minister – Sher Bahadur Deuba (40th) 

President – Bidhya Devi Bhandari (2nd) 

Vice President – Nanda Kishor Pun 

Ministry of Home Affairs - Sher Bahadur Deuba

Speaker of House of Representatives – Onsari Gharti Magar

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court – Gopal Prasad Parajuli 

Chief Election Commissioner - Ayodhi Prasad Yadav

Chief Commissioner (Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority) - Deep Basnet

Chairmen (National Human Rights Commission) - Anup Raj Sharma

Auditor General - Tanka Mani Sharma

Chief of Army Staff - General Rajendra Chhetri

Inspector General of Police (IGP) - Prakash Aryal

2 – Area

Area is 147181 sq. km. (56827 Sq. Miles) with a rectangular shape occupied 0.3% land of South Asia and 0.03% land of the earth (510 million sq. km.). Length is 885 km from east Mechi to the west Mahakali river with an average breadth is 193 km north to south. The breadth is ranging from 145 km to 241 km. 

3 – Location

Longitude: 80° 04' East to 88° 12' East. Latitude: 26° 22' North to 30° 27' North.

4 – Climate

A great deal of variation in climate has five climate zones based on altitude. 1. tropical and subtropical zone (57 to 1200 m) 2. cool, temperate zone (1200 to 2400 m) 3. cold zone (2400 to 3600 m) 4. subarctic climatic zone (3600 to 4400 m) 5. arctic zone (4400 to 8848 m)

5 – Lowest and Highest Points 

Lowest - 57.3 m. (Dhanusha, Mushaharniya) in Southeastern Terai Region. 

Highest - 8848 m. (Mount Everest) in Northeastern Himalayan Region. 

6 – Border

China (65 times bigger) situated on the north border with 1111 km boundary. India (22 times bigger) situated on the east, south, and west with 1808 km boundary. 

7 – Capital

Kathmandu

8 – Language

1. Nepali 2.Maithili 3.Bhojpuri 4.Tharu 5.Tamang 6.Newar 7. Magar 8. Avadhi 9. Bantawa 10. Gurung 11. Limbu 12. Bajjika 13. Urdu 14. Rajbanshi 15. Sherpa 16. Hindi 17. Chamling 18. Santhali 19. Chepang 20.Danuwar 21.Uranw/Urau 22. Sunuwar 23. Bangla 24. Rajasthani 25. Majhi 26. Thami 27. Kulung 28. Dhimal 29. Angika 30. Yakkha 31. Thulung 32. Sampang 33. Bhujel 34. Darai 35. Khaling 36. Kumal 37.Thakali 38. Chhantyal 39. Sign Language 40. Tibetan 41. Dumi 42. Jirel 43. Wambule 44. Puma 45. Hyolmo/Yholmo 46. Nachhiring 47. Dura 48. Meche 49. Pahari 50. Lapcha 51. Bote 52. Bahing 53. Koyee 54. Raji 56. Hayu/Vayu 57. Byansi 58. Yamphu/Yamphe 59. Ghale 60. Khariya 61. Chhiling 62. Lohorung 63. Punjabi 64.Chinese 65. English 66. Mewahang 67. Sanskrit 68. Kaike 69. Khamchi (Raute) 70. Kisan 71. Musalman 72. Baram 73. Tilung 74. Jero/Jerung 75, Dungmali 76. Oriya 77. Lingkhim 78. Kusunda 79. Sindhi 80. Koche 81, Hariyanwi 82. Magahi 83. Sam 84. Kurmali 85. Kagate 86. Dzonkha 87. Kuki 88. Chhintang 89. Mizo 90. Nagamese 91. Lhomi 92. Assami 93. Sadhani 94. Rai 95. Tajpuriya 96. Khash 97. Athpariya 98. Ganagai 99. Achhami 100. Kham 101. Malpande 102. Dhuleli 103. Arabi 104. Spanish 105. Russian 106. Doteli 107. Belhare 108. Phangduwali 109. Waling/Walung 110. Surel 111. Baitadeli 112. Bankariya 113. Bajhangi 114. French 115. Lhopa 116. Dolpali 117. Jumli 118. Dailekhi 119. Sonaha 120. Dadeldhuri 121. Bajureli 122. Darchuleli 123. Manange 124. Gadhawali.

9 – Ethnic group

1.Chhetri 2. Brahman - Hill 3. Magar 4. Tharu 5. Tamang 6. Newar 7. Musalman 8. Kami 9. Yadav 10. Rai 11. Gurung 12. Damai/Dholi 13. Limbu 14. Thakuri 15. Sarki 16. Teli 17. Chamar/ Harijan/ Ram 18. Koiri/Kushwaha 19. Kurmi 20. Sanyasi/Dasnami 21. Dhanuk 22. Musahar 23. Dusadh/ Pasawan/ Pasi 24. Sherpa 25. Sonar 26. Kewat 27. Brahman - Tarai 28. Kathabaniyan 29. Gharti/Bhujel 30. Mallaha 31. Kalwar 32. Kumal 33. Hajam/Thakur 34. Kanu 35. Rajbansi 36. Sunuwar 37. Sudhi 38. Lohar 39. Tatma/Tatwa 40. Khatwe 41. Dhobi 42. Majhi 43. Nuniya 44. Kumhar 45. Danuwar 46. Chepang /Praja 47. Halwai 48. Rajput 49. Kayastha 50. Badhaee 51. Marwadi 52. Satar/ Santhal 53. Jhangad/ Dhagar 54. Bantar/Sardar 55. Baraee 56. Kahar 57. Gangai 58. Lodh 59. Rajbhar 60. Thami 61. Dhimal 62. Bhote 63. Bin 64. Gaderi/Bhedihar 65. Nurang 66. Yakkha 67. Darai 68. Tajpuriya 69. Thakali 70. Chidimar 71. Pahari 72. Mali 73. Bangali 74. Chhantyal/Chhantel 75. Dom 76. Kamar 77. Bote 78. Brahmu/ Baramo 79. Gaine 80. Jirel 81. Dura 82. Badi 83. Meche 84. Lepcha 85. Halkhor 86. Punjabi/Sikh 87. Kisan 88. Raji 89. Byasi/Sauka 90. Hayu 91. Koche 92. Dhunia 93. Walung 94. Munda 95. Raute 96. Hyolmo 97. Pattharkatta/ Kushwadiya 98. Kusunda 99. Lhomi 100. Kalar 101. Natuwa 102. Dhandi 103. Dhankar/ Dharikar 104. Kulung 105. Ghale 106. Khawas 107. Rajdhob 108. Kori 109. Nachhiring 110. Yamphu 111. Chamling 112. Aathpariya 113. Sarbaria 114. Bantaba 115. Dolpo 116. Amat 117. Thulung 118. Mewahang Bala 119. Bahing 120. Lhopa 121. Dev 122. Samgpang 123. Khaling 124. Topkegola 125. Loharung

10 – Population

2, 64, 94,504 (2011) includes 51.5 % woman and 48.5 % man. The 6.73 % people live in the Mountain, 43.0 % people in Hill and 50.27 % people in Terai. The rural population is 83 % and urban population is 17 %. The 25.2 % people (2001-2011) are under the poverty line. The growth rate is 1.35 (2001-2011).

11 – Life expectancy

 66.6 years in average at birth (2011), including Male (65.5) and Female  (67.9). 

12 – Literacy Rate

65.9 % (5+years) in average, (Male-75.1%, Female-57.4%) - 2011

13 – Currency

Rupee, denomination is: 1 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500 and 1000. The first paper note published in 1945. Gold, silver, and copper coins were used before the date.

14 – Time

5:45 hours ahead of GMT

15 – District, Municipality, and Village

There are 77 districts, 7 provinces, 14 zones, 5 development regions, 191 municipalities ( metropolitan cities-6, sub-metropolitan cities-11 & municipalities are 179) and 3278 VDC. Villages are 36000 some of them are above 4000 meters in Solukhumbu and Mugu District.

16 – Military and Police

Military - 95000 and Police - 67416

17 – International and Domestic Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). 45 domestic airports including 33 weather airports (13 in Terai, 16 in Hill and 15 in Mountain district). Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar, Bhairahawa, Lukla, and Nepalgunj Airports are busy. 

18 – World’s Highest Mountains

1: Mount Everest (8848m highest)

2: Mount Kanchenjunga (8586m 3rd)

3: Mount Lhotse (8516m 4th)

4: Mount Makalu (8463m 5th)

5: Mount Cho Oyu (8201m 6th)

6: Mount Dhaulagiri (8167m 7th)

7: Mount Manaslu (8163m 8th)

8: Mount Annapurna I (8091m 10th).

19 – Geographical Regions

Himalayan Region (22,077.15 sq km) has 885 km length; 25 km to 50 km breadth occupied 15 % land of Nepal that is ranging 3000 m to 8848 m. The snow line is 5000 m, 6% land has ever covered with snow. There are 16 districts, three subdivisions of the Himalayas, such as Greater Himalayas, Trans-Himalayas, and Inner Himalayas. There are 28 Himalayan ranges 1310 mountain peaks, including 250 peaks above 6000 meters. The 327 peaks are opened for climbing purpose.

Hilly Region (1, 00,083.08 sq km) has 885 km length and 75 km to 125 km breadth that is ranging 600 m to 3000 m. There are 39 districts that occupied 68 % land of the country, including Midland (valleys, tars, and basins), Mahabharata range, and Churia range.

Terai Region (25,020.77 sq km)  has 740 km length and 40 km breadth that is ranging 58 m to 600 m in the south. There are 20 districts with the three sub-divisions, such as Inner Terai, Bhabar Terai, and Southern Terai covered17 % land of the country.

20 – Major Cities

Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Pokhara, Biratnagar, Janakpur, Hetauda, Dhankuta, Birendranagar, Dharan, Birgunj, Rajbiraj, Butwal, Bhairahawa, Tansen, Narayangarh, Damak, Birtamod, Lahan, Nepalgunj, Dhangadhi, Damauli, Baglung, Kalaiya, Mahendranagar, Kohalpur, Dipayal, Surkhet, Banepa, and Parasi.

21 – Luminaries

1. King Janak

2. Sita

3. Gautama Buddha

4. Amshuverma, Araniko

5. King Ram Shah

6. Prithvi Narayan Shah

7. Balabhadra Kunwar

8. Amar Singh Thapa

9. Bhimsen Thapa

10. Poet Bhanu Bhakta Acharya

11. Poet Moti Ram Bhatta

12. King Tribhuvan

13. Sankhadhar Sakhwa

14. Pasang Lhamu Sherpa

15. Mahaguru Falgunanda

22. Tourists by major Nationality

Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, United States of America, and United Kingdom.

23 – Things to do

Trekking, hiking, tours, peak climbing, expedition, rafting, skydiving, bungee jump, ski, Zip Flyer, Paragliding, ultralight aircraft, hunting, fishing, wildlife safari, meditation, sightseeing, shopping, nightlife, conference, research, canyoning, and mountain flight. 

24 - Place to visit 

Kathmandu Valley

1. Pashupatinath Temple 2. Swayambhunath Stupa 3. Bhaktapur Durbar Square 4. Kathmandu Durbar Square 5. Patan Durbar Square 6. Chandragiri Hills 7. Nagarkot 8. Dhulikhel 9. Boudhanath 10. Changunarayan 11. Sleeping Vishnu 12. Garden of Dreams 13. Thamel 14. Chobhar Gorge 15. Pharping 16. Dakshinkali 17. Bajra Barahi 18. Godawari Botanical Garden 19. Fulchowki Hill 20. White Gumba 21. Jamacho 22. Sankhu 23. Bajra Yogini 24. Kakani 25. Kailashnath Mahadev Statue 26. Namo Buddha 27. Khokana, Bungamati 

Pokhara Valley

1. Sarangkot 2. World Peace Stupa 3. Phewa Lake 4. Lakeside 5. Davis Falls 6. Gupteswar Cave 7. Begnas Lake 8. Mahendra Cave 9. Matepani Gumba 10. International Mountain Museum 11. KI Singh Bridge 12. Bindyabasini Temple 13. Panchase 14. Dhampus.

Terai 

1. Chitwan National Park 2. Bardia National Park 3. Lumbini 4. Tansen 5. Bandipur 6. Nuwakot 7. Devghat 8. Barah Chhetra 9. Gadi Mai Temple 10. Khotang Haleshi Mahadeva 11. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve 12. Janakpurdham 13. Ilam 14. Namje Village 15. Bhedetar 16. Biratnagar 17. Birgunj 18. Dharan.

Mountain 

1. Everest Base Camp 2. Annapurna Base Camp 3. Gosainkunda Lake 4. Langtang Valley 5. Kanchenjunga Base Camp 6. Poon Hill 7. Sikles Gaun 8. Helambu Tamang Village 9. Myagdi Tatopani 10. Upper Mustang 11. Muktinath Temple 12. Tsum Valley 13. Larkye Pass 14. Thorung Pass 15. Badimalika 16. Ganga Jamuna 17. Dhaulagiri Base Camp 18. Tilicho Lake 19. Shey Phoksundo Lake 20. Ghale Gaun 21. Sirubari Village 22. Rara Lake 23. Dullu Dailekh 24. Kakre Bihar 25. Dhorpatan

25 – Uniqueness

1. The highest point (Mt. Everest 8848 m)

2. The birthplace of Gautama Buddha (Lumbini)

3. The Living Goddess (Kumari in Kathmandu).

4. The longest waterfall, Hyatung Waterfall (365 meters)

5. 319 types of orchid flower

6. 32 types of rhododendron flower (Rhododendron Arboretum called Laligurans is a national flower)

7. Impeyan pheasant (Danphe is a national bird)

8. An endemic bird, spiny babbler. 

26 – Endangered Mammals

1. Red Panda 2. Wild Yak 3. Himalayan Musk Deer 4. Great Tibetan Sheep 5. Snow Leopard 6.Tibetan Antelope 7. Brown Bear 8. Hispid Hare 9. Clouded Leopard 10. Lynx 11. Striped Hyenas 12. Assamese Monkey 13. Grey Wolf 14. Linsang 15. Leopard Cat 16. Chinese Pangolin 17. Indian Pangolin 18. One Horned Rhinoceros 19. Swamp Deer 20. Gaur Bison 21. Wild Water Buffalo 22. Asiatic Elephant 23. Royal Bengal Tiger 24. Four Horned Antelope 25. Blackbuck 26. Pigmy hog 27. Gangetic Dolphin.

27 – Endangered Reptiles

1. Python 2. gharial crocodiles 3. golden monitor lizard.

28 – Endangered Birds

1. Impeyan Pheasant 2. Crimson Horned Pheasant 3. Cheer Pheasant 4. Bengal Florican 5. Great Pied Hornbill 6. Black Stork 7. Sarus Crane 8. Satyr Tragopan 9. Lesser Florican.

29 – Major Production of Food Crops

1. Paddy (40, 23,823 metric tons in 1481289-hectare land)

2. maize (18, 55,184 metric tons in 875660-hectare land)

3. millet (2, 99,523 metric tons)

4. jute (12959 metric tons)

5. cotton (109 metric tons)

6. wheat (15, 56,539 metric tons in the 731131-hectare land).

30 – Major cash crops

1. Sugarcane (28, 07,104 metric tons), 2. Oil-Seeds, 3. Tobacco, 4. Tea (16,607 metric tons), 5. coffee (308 metrics ton), 6. Potato (25, 17, 696 metric tons), and 7. Cardamom. Other Agriculture products are lentil, buckwheat, vegetable, meat, goat, chicken, water buffalo, nak cheese, ghee, milk, curd, pickle, vegetables, root crops, pulses, mustard seeds, mango, cucumber, pineapple, strawberry, sugarcane, apple, orange, papaya, and guava. 

31 – Spices

Chilly, cumin, ginger, garlic, sesame, onion, coriander, turmeric, paper, cinnamon, black cardamom, dates, asafoetida, nutmeg, carom seed, Raisins, Saffron, fenugreek, coconut, bay leaf, Jimbu, cloves, and Timur.

32 – National Food and Drinks

Dal (lentil soup), Bhat (boiled rice), and Tarkari (vegetable curry) is the national food. Pickle, Nepalese porridge, chicken and mutton curry are popular. Drinks are rice wine, millet wine, Chyang, Tumba, coffee, and tea.

33 – Export and Import

Exports: Tea, coffee, noodle, soaps, pashmina, carpet, handicrafts, brick, honey, ginger, lentil, rice, ready-made clothes, and medicinal plant. Imports: Medicine, diesel, petrol, kerosene, airline fuel, cooking gas, packet foods, mineral water, energy bars, meat, powder milk, electric goods, clothes, sheep wool, vehicles, chemical fertilizer and crop seed from India, China, and other countries. Foreign Trade exports: NRs. 58.14 billion (CBS 2010/11) and imports: NRs. 358.4 billion (CBS 2010/11).

34 – Major Industries

Tourism, Cement, Match, Textiles, Cigarette, Leather, Flour, Carpets, Paper, Garments, and Soap. Tile and brick factory, Pharmaceuticals limited, steel industry, rice, jute, sugar, oilseed mills, pashmina, beverage factory, tea, coffee and soap industries. 

35 – Major Industrial Areas

1. Kathmandu 2. Hetauda 3. Patan 4. Dharan 5. Nepalgunj 5. Pokhara 6. Butwal 7. Bhaktapur 8. Birendranagar 9.  Dhankuta 10. Biratnagar 11. Rajbiraj

36 – Crimes

Child Marriage, Polygamy, Dealing in persons, Gambling, Intoxication drugs, Stealing animals, Theft, Robbery, Rape, Cow Slaughter, Suicide by Burning and Hanging, Poison, Abortion, and Murder. 

37 – Types of Court

District Court, Appellate Court, and Supreme Court

38 – Religion

1. Hindu (81.3%) 2. Buddhist (9%) 3. Islam (4.4%) 4. Kirat (3.0%) 5. Christian (1.4%) 6. Prakriti 7. Bon 8. Jain 9. Bahai 10. Sikh

39 – GDP

24.067 billion US Dollar (2016)

40 - List of Political Parties  

1. Nepali Congress - Ram Chandra Poudel
2. Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist) -K P Oli
3. Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre)-Pushpa Kamal Dahal
4. Rastriya Prajatantra Party- Kamal Thapa
5. Rashtriya Janata Party Nepal- Mahanta Thakur
6. Nepal Loktantrik Forum- Bijay Kumar Gachhadar
7. Sanghiya Samajvadi Forum, Nepal- Upendra Yadav
8. Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist–Leninist) - Chandra Prakash Mainali
9. Nepal Mazdoor Kisan Party - Narayan Man Bijukchhe
10. Rastriya Janamorcha - Chitra Bahadur K.C.
11. Communist Party of Nepal (United) - Ganesh Sah
12. Nepal Pariwar Dal - Ek Nath Dhakal
13. Naya Shakti Party, Nepal - Baburam Bhattarai
14. Akhanda Nepal Party- Kumar Khadka
15. Nepali Janata Dal- Hari Charan Sah
16. Khambuwan Rashtriya Morcha, Nepal - Ram Kumar Rai
17. Bouddhik Prajatantrik Parishad - Laxman Rajbanshi
18. Jana Jagaran Party Nepal - Lokmani Dhakal
19. Samajwadi Janata Party - Prem Bahadur Singh
20. Sanghiya Loktantrik Rastriya Manch (Tharuhat) - Rukmini Chaudhary
21. Bahujan Shakti Party - Biswendra Paswan
22. Rastriya Janamukti Party - Khagendra Prasad Palungwa
23. Bibeksheel Sajha Party - Rabindra Mishra
24. Deshbhakta Janaganatantrik Morcha - Mohan Baidya
25. Green Party Nepal- Madhav Kumar Rimal
26. Muskan Sena Nepal - Muskan Paudel
27. Churebhavar Loktantrik Party - Bhumi Raj Niroula
28. Rashtriya Mukti Andolan, Nepal - Jayawanda Bikram Shah
29. Rashtriya Trimool Bahujan Samajwadi Party
30. Rashtriya Yatharthavadi Party Nepal
31. Nepal Samabesi Party - Moti Lal Bharati
32. Nepal Janata Party- Shyam Narayan Sharma
33. Nepal Aama Party - Rom Lal Giri
34. Madhesh Terai Forum- Amar Yadav
35. Nepal Communist Party (Marxist)- Prakash Adhikari
36. Communist Party of Nepal- Rishi Ram Kattel
37. Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum Madhesh- Bhagya Nath Gupta
38. Sanghiya Loktantrik Rastriya Manch- Indra Kumar Shrestha
39. Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist-Socialist)- Bishnu Raj Aryal
40. Shiva Sena Nepal-Arun Subedi
41. Nepal Sukumbasi Party (Loktantrik)- Hukum Bahadur Lama
42. Bahujan Samaj Party Nepal- Ganga Prasad Mahara
43. Deshbhakta Paryabaraniya Samajik Morcha-Surendra Prasad Dhakal
44. Rastrabadi Ekta Party- Uma Shrestha
45. Tamangsaling Loktantrik Party
46. Lok Dal- Kaushal Kumar Singh
48. Deshbhakta Samaj
49. Janashakti Nepal-Ram Kumar Ojha
50. Miteri Party Nepal
51. Rashtriya Churebhavar Party
52. Rashtriya Shiva Sena Party- Bikram Bahadur Bam
53. Akhanda Sudurpashchim Party Nepal-Khagendra Awasthi
54. Nepal Prajatantrik Pragatisheel Party
55. Churebhavar Rastriya Party
56. Pichhadabarga Nishad Dalit Janajati Party
57. Janasamajvadi Party, Nepal
58. Churebhavar Rashtriya Ekta Party Nepal- Badri Neupane
59. Rashtriya Janata Dal Nepal-Bharat Prasad Mahato
60. Lok Kalyankari Janata Party, Nepal
61. Nepal Samajvadi Party (Lohiyavadi)
62. Gandhivadi Party Nepal
63. Rastravadi Party
64. Nepal Purvarastrasevak Loktantrik Party
65. Nepal Janaloktantrik Party
66. Nepal People's Party
67. Rastriya Jana Ekta Party
68. Hamro Party
69. Nepal Dalit Party
70. Hamro Party Nepal
71. Yuva Nepal Party
72. Nepal Loktantrik Janata Congress Party
73. Nepal Bahudal Party-Ambika Rana
74. Prajatantrik Shakti Party-Ganesh Bahadur Shrestha

41 - Media 

Televisions

1. Nepal Television - Nepal government (1983, Kathmandu)
2. NTV Plus - Nepal government (2003, Kathmandu)
3. Kantipur Television - Private (2003, Kathmandu)
4. Kantipur Gold - Private (2015, Kathmandu)
5. Image Channel - Private (2003, Kathmandu)
6. Avenues TV - Private (2007, Kathmandu)
7. Sagarmatha TV - Private (2007, Kathmandu)
8. ABC TV - Private (2008, Kathmandu)
9. News 24 - Private (2010, Kathmandu)
10. Mountain TV - Private (2010, Kathmandu)
11. Himalaya TV - Private (2010, Kathmandu)
12. TV Fimly - Private (2010, Kathmandu)
13. AP1 TV - Private (2016, Kathmandu)
14. Araniko TV - Private (2013, Kathmandu)
15. TV Today - Private (2015, Kathmandu)
16. Business TV - Private (2015, Kathmandu)
17. Kastmandap TV - Private (2015, Kathmandu)
18. Bhakti Darshan - Private (2013, Kathmandu)
19. Terai Television - Private (2014, Kathmandu)
20. Janakpur TV - Private (2015, Janakpur)
21. Makalu TV - Private (2010, Biratnagar)
22. Himshikhar TV- Private (2011, Damak, Jhapa)
23. Gandaki TV - Private (2007, Pokhara)
24. Avass TV - Private (2013, Chitwan)
25. Dhaulagiri TV- Private (2013, Baglung)
26. Suryodaya TV - Private (2016, Birtamod, Jhapa)
27. Fewa TV - Private (2015, Pokhara)
28. Karuwa TV - Private (2015, Tansen, Palpa)
29. Nepal 1 - Private (2004, India)

Radio and FM Stations

1. Radio Nepal (792 kHz)
2. Radio Upatyaka (87.6 MHz)
3. Radio Masti (87.9 MHz)
4. Nepaliko Radio (88.8 MHz)
5. Radio Mirmire (89.4 MHz)
6. Ujjyalo FM (90.0 MHz)
7. Times FM (90.6 MHz)
8. Hits FM (Nepal) (91.2 MHz)
9. Nepal FM (91.8 MHz)
10. Capital FM (92.4 MHz)
11. Gorkha FM (93.0 MHz)
12. Mero FM (93.5 MHz)
13. Citizen FM (94.0 MHz)
14. Metro FM (94.6 MHz)
15. Star FM (95.2 MHz)
16. Kantipur FM (96.1 MHz)
17. Voice of Youth (96.8 MHz)
18. Image FM (97.9 MHz)
19. Radio City (98.8 MHz)
20. Maitri FM (99.4 MHz)
21. Radio Nepal (100.0 MHz)
22. ABC Samachar Radio (100.6 MHz)
23. Classic FM (101.2 MHz)
24. Radio Sagarmatha (102.4 MHz)
25. BBC World Service (103.0 MHz)
26. Image News FM (Nepal) (103.6 MHz)
27. Radio Adhyatma Jyoti (104.8 MHz)
28. Bhaktapur FM (105.5 MHz)
29. CJMC FM (106.0 MHz
30. Radio Audio (106.3 MHz)
31. NEWA FM (FM OF NEWAR COMMUNITY) (106.6 MHz)
32. Radio Namo Buddha (106.7 MHz)
33. TU FM (107 MHz)
34. Radio Bihani (107.4 MHz)
35. Radio Radhani (100.6 MHz)
36. Classic FM (101.2 MHz)
37. Traffic FM (95.6 MHz)
38. BIZ FM (94.9 MHz)
39. Pathibhara FM (93.6 MHz)
40. Radio Jhapa (100.7 MHz)
41. Kanchanjunga FM (92.6 MHz)
42. Koshi FM (94.3 MHz)
43. Radio Makalu (92.2 MHz)
44. Himal FM (90.2 MHz)
45. Khandbari FM (105.8 MHz)
46. Radio Bhojpur (93.8 MHz)
47. Itahari FM (92.5 MHz)
48. Machhapuchhre FM (91.0 MHz)
49 . Radio Lumbini (96.8 MHz)
50. Damauli FM (94.2 MHz)
51. Radio Tanhun (97.2 MHz)
52. Butwal FM (94.4 MHz)
53. Radio Didi Bahini (95.2 MHz)
54. Radio Andhikhola (105.4 MHz)
55. Radio Resunga (106.2 MHz)
56. Pokhara FM (95.8 MHz)
57. Shreenagar FM (93.2 MHz)
58. Radio Tarang (107.6 MHz)
59. Radio Marsyangdi (95.0 MHz)
60. Radio Namaste (92.8 MHz)
61. Radio Chautari (91.4 MHz)
62. Radio Amarghadi (97.4 MHz)
63. Radio Naya Nepal (104.5 MHz)
64. Hamro Malika FM (107.0 MHz)
65. Radio Tikapur (101.0 MHz)
66. Phoolbari FM (100.6 MHz)
67. Radio Mithila (100.8 MHz)
68. Synergy FM (91.6 MHz)
69. Radio Dhading (106.0 MHz)
70. Bhojpuriya FM (92.8 MHz)

Newspapers

1. Annapurna Post (2002) http://annapurnapost.com/np
2. Gorkhapatra (1901) http://gorkhapatraonline.com/
3. The Himalayan Times (2001) https://thehimalayantimes.com/
4. Kantipur (1993) http://kantipur.ekantipur.com/
5. The Kathmandu Post (1993) http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/
6. Karobar Economic Daily (2009) https://www.karobardaily.com/
7. Nagarik (2008) http://www.nagariknews.com/
8. Naya Patrika http://www.enayapatrika.com/
9. Nepal Samachar Patra http://www.newsofnepal.com
10. Rajdhani Daily http://rajdhanidaily.com/
11. Merolagani http://merolagani.com/
12. Himal Khabarpatrika (1998) http://himalkhabar.com/epaper
13. The Rising Nepal (1995) http://therisingnepal.org.np/
14. Republica (2009) http://www.myrepublica.com/
15. Nepali Times (2000) http://nepalitimes.com/
16. Arghakhanchi Times http://www.arghakhanchi.com/
17. Onlinekhabar https://www.onlinekhabar.com/
18. Ratopati http://ratopati.com/
19. Setopati https://setopati.com/
20. Ujyaalo Online http://ujyaaloonline.com/
21. BBC Nepali Sewa http://www.bbc.com/nepali
22. Nepal Stock Exchange Ltd. (Nepse) http://www.nepalstock.com/stocklive

Nepal National Bank Exchange Rates

https://www.nrb.org.np/fxmexchangerate.php#

Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Nepal

http://www.tourism.gov.np/ne/