Our Tradition, Social Norms and Values

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Describe our custom and traditions.
  • Explain the major sources of information about art and culture.
  • Explain of our sculpture.
  • Describe the golden medieval period.
  • Describe the modern Nepal witnesses decline.
  • Describe about our architecture.
  • Give Introduction of secularism and  pilgrimages and their history.
  • Contributions of our eminent national personalities standing to their credit.

Notes

Our Traditional Art

Art is the expression of creative mind. It not only reflects the creativity of the artist but also environment and situations where the artist lives. This note contains a description of our art of painting.

Nepalese Sculpture (Murtikala)

The artist who makes sculptures is known as sculpture. This note contains a description of types of sculptures found in Nepal.

Nepalese Architecture(Bastukala)

The art or practice of designing and constructing buildings is known as Architecture. This note contains a description of different types of Architecture in Nepal.

Religious Tolerance and Secularism

Secularism is a state of having no official or state religion.According to Article 4 of the Interim Constitution 2063 B.S., Nepal is an independent, indivisible, sovereign, secular, inclusive, federal, democratic republican state.

Our National Heroes and their Contribution

Nepal has given birth to many people with outstanding talent and genius. We are always indebted to them for what they have done for the country. This note contains a description of eminent national figures of Nepal.

Sympathy and Co-operation

Sympathy refers to the human virtue to understand other feelings,problems,pains necessities etc. cooperation is defined as the action or process of working together to the same end.