The hilly north of Nepal has eight of the world's ten tallest mountains, including the most noteworthy point on Earth, Mount Everest. More than 250 crests more than 20,000 ft (6,096 m) above ocean level are situated in Nepal. The southern Terai locale is prolific and muggy.
Hinduism is drilled by around 81.3% of Nepalis, the most astounding rate of any nation. Buddhism is connected truly with Nepal and is honed by 9% of its kin, trailed by Islam at 4.4%, Kiratism 3.1%, Christianity 1.4%, and animism 0.4%. An extensive bit of the populace, particularly in the slope district, might recognize themselves as both Hindu and Buddhist, which can be ascribed to the syncretic way of both religions in Nepal.
A government all through a large portion of its history, Nepal was ruled by the Shah line of lords from 1768—when Prithvi Narayan Shah bound together its numerous little kingdoms—until 2008. 10 years in length Civil War including the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), trailed by weeks of mass challenges by all major political gatherings, prompted the 12-point agreement of 22 November 2005. The following decisions for the first Nepali Constituent Assembly on 28 May 2008 overwhelmingly supported the annulment of the government and the foundation of an elected multiparty agent just republic. Regardless of proceeding with political difficulties, this system stayed set up, with the second Nepali Constituent Assembly chose in 2013 with an end goal to make another constitut.