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Visit Nepal 2020

Nepal is the land of the Himalayas Shangri-La boasts the highest part of the world, Mount Everest 8848.86 meters above the sea, Living Goddess of Nepal 'Kumari', Impeyan pheasant, musk deer, Royal Bengal Tiger, Greater one horn rhino, Red panda, Peacock. One can enjoy some of the most beautiful views of the Himalayas. The tourist-friendly Nepalese ethnic groups, Sherpa, Newar, Tharu, Gurung, ...

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Heritage Sites and Museums Entry Fees in Nepal

Nepal's domestic and foreign tourists require entry fees to visit heritage sites, museums, national parks, and conservation areas. Collection fees are used to rebuild, retrofit and maintain the places. Tourist types categorised SAARC (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Afghanistan), Foreign, Chinese and Nepali nationals. Kathmandu Valley, Chitwan National Park, Pokhara, ...

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Cultural impact of prostitution

Prostitution is the selling of sex for money for a male or female. A person involved in sex as a profession is called a prostitute. The honorific word for a prostitute is “sex worker”. Generally, there is a fixed area and a single owner under whom the prostitutes sell their bodies. Usually, the owner of the sex house gets higher benefits than the prostitutes themselves. A person interested ...

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Nepal earthquake 2015

Nepal earthquake 2015 (7.8-Richter scale) was recorded on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 AM local time. Barpak village Gorkha district was an epicentre with an approximate 8 km depth hypocenter, 80 km northwest of Kathmandu. Nepal's affected districts were 31, Sindhupalchowk (1), Kathmandu (2), Nuwakot (3), Dhading (4), Rasuwa (5), Gorkha (6), Bhaktapur (7), Kavrepalanchowk (8), Lalitpur (9), Dolakha ...

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