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The national flag consists of two red adjoining triangles, outlined in blue and merging at the center; the points are at the fly. On the upper triangle, in white, is a symbolic representation of the moon; on the lower triangle, that of the sun.
The national anthem begins "May His Majesty, solemn and supremely valiant, be prosperous forever. The Nepalese rupee nr is a paper currency of paisa. There are coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, and 50 paisa and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, and rupees, and notes of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, , , and 1, Nepalese rupees. The metric system is in use, but some traditional Indian standards also are employed.
Hindu and Buddhist religious holidays are based on the lunisolar calendar. Saturday is the general day of rest. A comparatively narrow strip of territory dividing India from China , landlocked Nepal has an area of about , sq km 54, sq mi , extending km mi se — nw and km mi ne — sw. Comparatively, the area occupied by Nepal is slightly larger than the state of Arkansas. In its length lie some km mi of the Himalayan mountain chain.
Nepal is bounded on the n by China and on the e, s, and w by India, with a total boundary length of 2, km 1, mi. Nepal is made up of three strikingly contrasted areas.
Southern Nepal has much of the character of the great plains of India, from which it extends. Known as the Terai, this region comprises both cultivable land and dense jungle, the latter being for the most part a game preserve inhabited by the wild elephant, tiger, and other typically South Asian fauna. Besides being a hunting ground, the forests are worked for their valuable timber.
The Terai contains about one-third of Nepal's population and makes up about one-fourth of the total area. The second and by far the largest part of Nepal is formed by the Mahabharat, Churia, and Himalayan mountain ranges, extending from east to west. Their altitude increases toward the north, culminating on the Tibetan border in Mt. Everest Sagarmatha in Nepali , standing amid other noble peaks. Three principal rivers originate from glaciers and snow-fed lakes, break southward through deep Himalayan gorges, and enter, respectively, the Karnali, Gandak, and Kosi basins.
Flowing toward India, they become tributaries as are all Nepal's rivers of the Ganges system. Overlooked by mountains, the valley, with its fertile soil and temperate climate , supports a thriving agriculture. This is the only region of Nepal that has any considerable population density. Eight of the world's highest mountains are situated in the Himalaya range on the Tibetan border.
Triangulated in , Mt. Everest was officially given the status of the world's highest peak in The valley itself enjoys the temperate conditions generally found between altitudes of 1, — 3, m 4, — 11, ft.
Colder weather follows, lasting until the middle of March, when the warm season begins. The warm season increases in intensity until broken by the rains, which account for precipitation of about cm 60 in annually. The wide range of climate accounts for correspondingly marked contrasts in flora and fauna between different regions of the country. In the south, the sal the wood of which is used for railroad ties , sisu, and other subtropical trees are abundant in forests; in the extreme north, junipers are seen even at the altitude of the glacial moraines.
Many kinds of conifers also exist in the alpine zone , along with the yew, various hollies, birch, dwarf rhododendrons, and other alpine flora. Dominant in the Langtang Valley are the chir pine, willow, alder, and evergreen oak.
Blue pine and silver fir are frequent in the subalpine zone, which also supports tree rhododendrons — magnificent plants often reaching a growth of 12 m 40 ft.
Ground orchids, lilies, yellow and blue poppies, and crimson anemones are prevalent in central Nepal. The profusion of wild flowers extends to very high altitudes; at 5, m 17, ft , several varieties of primula, pink and white cotoneaster, and white erica have been gathered, along with many kinds of alpine mosses and ferns.
The tiger, hyena, and jackal still exist in southern Nepal, although in decreasing numbers. Rhesus monkeys and a variety of other small jungle mammals and rodents are common. At middle altitudes are found the black bear, several species of cats, squirrel, hare, deer, and antelope.
Higher in the mountains, wild sheep and goats, marmots, and a species of tailless mouse-hare are numerous. Wild yaks can still be found in the mountains of Nepal. The wild yaks, an endangered species that holds the distinction of being the mammal that lives at the highest altitudes, can make their homes at altitudes up to 6, m 20, ft , but have trouble in altitudes below 3, m 10, ft. Small black spiders were found at 6, m 22, ft on rocky ledges traversed by the Mt. Everest expedition of Birds of Nepal include the green finch, dove, woodpecker, nuthatch, warbler, flycatcher, bulbul, and other familiar species.
At about 2, m 9, ft are found the hill partridge, pheasant, yellow-backed sunbird, minivet, and many of the flowerpeckers; the redstart, pipit, wagtail, snow pigeon, snowcock, and golden eagle thrive in both the alpine and subalpine zones.
As of , there were at least species of mammals, species of birds, and over 6, species of plants throughout the country. Nepal's environment has suffered the effects of agricultural encroachment, deforestation and consequent soil erosion, and contamination of the water supply. All of Nepal's forests were nationalized in , but reforestation efforts have been minimal. A forest conservation program, begun in , includes the establishment of village tree nurseries, free distribution of seedlings, and provision of wood-burning stoves of increased efficiency.
By , however, deforestation averaged sq mi per year, while reforestation was only 4, hectares 9, acres per year. As of , the annual rate of deforestation was at about 1.
The FAO has estimated that at the present rates of depletion, the forests will be virtually wiped out by Air and water pollution are significant environmental problems in Nepal. In , the total carbon dioxide emissions was at 3. The use of contaminated drinking water creates a health hazard. Untreated sewage is a major pollution factor: In , about 8.
There are four Ramsar wetland sites. According to a report issued by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources IUCN , threatened species included 29 types of mammals, 31 species of birds, 6 types of reptiles, 3 species of amphibians, 1 species of invertebrates, and 7 species of plants. Species classified as endangered in Nepal included the snow leopard, tiger, Asian elephant , pygmy hog, great Indian rhinoceros , Assam rabbit, swamp deer, wild yak, chir pheasant, and gavial.
The population of Nepal in was estimated by the United Nations UN at 25,,, which placed it at number 45 in population among the nations of the world.
There were 98 males for every females in the country. According to the UN, the annual population rate of change for — 10 was expected to be 2. The projected population for the year was 36,, Nearly 20, Tibetans arrived in Nepal between the Chinese annexation of Tibet in and Hundreds of thousands of Nepalese were believed to be working in India in the s, and over , Indians were working in Nepal, particularly in the garment industry and on the building of highways.
An influx of Bhutanese refugees into Nepal began in late and peaked in ; the flow of new arrivals slowed after The total number of migrants in was , including refugees.
In , there were , refugees from Bhutan and 20, from Tibet, and an additional asylum seekers. In , the net migration rate was zero per 1, population. The government views the migration levels as satisfactory. In , an estimated 1. Nepal consists of two primary ethnic elements: Mongoloids, who migrated to Nepal by way of Tibet, Sikkim, Assam, and northern Bengal; and Indo-Aryans, who came from the Indian plains and from the sub-Himalayan hill areas to the west of Nepal.
These can be broken down into more than 75 ethnic groups. There are also small remnants of Dravidian tribes. Bhotes, of Tibetan origin, are the principal occupants of northern Nepal. In the central valley, Newars, considered to be one of the earliest groups of inhabitants, and Murmis predominate, the former being responsible for most of the agriculture and trade.
Less numerous groups include Gurungs and Magars in west-central Nepal and Kirantis and Rai in the east. Sherpas, a Himalayan people, have become well known as guides for mountain-climbing expeditions.
The aboriginal Tharus live in the southern Terai region. The Brahman and Chetri caste groups are believed to be descendants of Indian settlers. The Dalit, who are members of the lowest caste system formerly called "untouchables," still face social, political, economic, and even religious discrimination, particular in the rural areas of the west. The government has imposed laws prohibiting such discrimination. At the census, the Chetri accounted for about Nepali is the official language, although some 50 different languages are spoken.
Nepali is spoken by about Except in primary schools, where children are taught in their own language, Nepali or English is the medium of instruction. English is taught as a second language in secondary schools and colleges and is widely understood in business and government circles.
Hinduism and Buddhism exist side by side in Nepal and to some extent are intermingled. Bodhnath and Shambunath are famous Buddhist temples. The ancient temple of Chandrahigiri is dedicated to both religions. The Baghmati River, flowing through central Nepal, is considered sacred and is visited by pilgrims, as are certain mountains and lakes.
Muslims constituted about 4. Minorities included Christians , Baha'is, Jains, and Kirants followers of an indigenous animist religion.
The constitution does not establish a state religion but does describe the nation as a "Hindu Kingdom. Certain Hindu holidays are recognized as national holidays, as is the birthday of the Buddha.
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