Nepal vs india

nepal vs india

What is the difference between Nepal and India?

• Nepal is a mountainous region whereas India has a diverse geography. • Nepal is tiny in comparison to India which is a subcontinent and 7th largest country in the world. • Nepal is a Hindu country whereas India is a secular country. • Nepali Rupee is very weak in comparison to Indian Rupee.

Why is Nepal mostly treated as a Hindu country?

Nepal is mostly treated as the Hindu country because a majority of the Nepalese are Hindu and celebrate the festival according to themselves. Nepal is located between two country that is India and China, that we know better. But the Nepalese culture mostly matched with the Hindu and India. The Chinese culture totally differences from the Nepalese.

Is the Nepalese culture similar to Hinduism?

Nepal is located between two country that is India and China, that we know better. But the Nepalese culture mostly matched with the Hindu and India. The Chinese culture totally differences from the Nepalese.

Where is Nepal located in the world?

Nepal is a (small) Himalayan kingdom lying in South Asia(the North of India) founded in 1768. It is a landlocked country that is bordered by India on east, west, and south while it has borders with China on the northern side.

Though the Buddhism religion was founded by Lord Buddha of Nepal, the major religion in Nepal is Hinduism. Why? There are various reasons,I guess. As the dynasties that patronized Buddhist Gumbas were defeated by others, the Buddhist tradition faded slowly. So, as the Buddhist population decreased, Hindu population increased.

Do Nepalis take pride in being a Hindu state?

What is the cultural difference between Nepal and India?

In Nepal the Nepalis are well grounded and secure with their identity. The political culture in Nepal are dominated by the Brahmins and Chhetris whereas in India there is equal participation by all ethnicities.

How is Hinduism practiced in Nepal?

While Hinduism is practiced in Nepal in similar ways to Hinduism in India, it differs in other important ways. The caste system in Nepal, for example, is broadly similar to the caste system in India. In Nepal, as nearly everywhere in India, everyone knows what caste or ethnic group he or she belongs to (Gellner 2007:1823).

What is the cultural heritage of Nepal?

Nepal’s cultural heritage is deeply influenced by religion. For example, Buddha was born in Lumbini – a sacred garden in Nepal and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though the monarchy has lost its power, some Nepalis may still consider the King of Nepal to be an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu.

What is the difference between the Nepali language and the Hindu language?

The religion (Hindu) and castes (mainly Brahmin and Kshatriya) are similar, but language isnt. Nepali hill folk speak Nepalese, but Indian hill folk are as well versed in Hindi, if not better than Kumaoni and Pahari.

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