Subject: Social Studies and Population Education
Wealth is of two types. One is private wealth that is owned by an individual like TV, house, gold etc. Only the owner has the rights to use them. Others cannot use them without the owner's permission. The other type of wealth is national wealth. The country's temples, monasteries, public taps, buildings, etc. are the examples of national wealth. The airports and roads of the country can be used by all. Police provide security to all the people. Schools, colleges provide education to all the people without any discrimination. Hospitals are built to take care of the health of the public. The National Museums, National Parks, Durbar Squares are the places which come under national wealth. Similarly, the temples such as Changunarayan, Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha are also national wealth. They are the pride and glory of our country.
Nepal is a country gifted by god. There are plenty of natural resources in our country. Mountains, rivers, lands, flora and fauna are the beauty of our country. The Himalayas, with high peaks, puts our head high. The rivers like Koshi and Gandaki are also the gifts of nature.
Nepal is also a historically and religiously famous country. There are said to be the places where sages lived and meditated. They describe the culture and civilization of our country as well as attract explorers to find out new things. Nepal has a large number of forests as well. It was said 'Hariyo Ban Nepal ko Dhan".
All the cultural features and resources which are created, protected and promoted by our ancestor and handed to future generations are called heritages.
Why should we preserve the cultural heritage? Explain with respect to the geographical belt.
The ecosystem is different according to the geographical belt. There is diversity in religious and cultural aspect in the life of the people of Nepal. The people pass their life by utilizing the natural resources of the environment. The nature aspects are interrelated with the lifestyle. The culture and religious heritages are related to the activities of human life. There is some difference in religious and cultural heritage in every geographical belt. There are many temples of religious importance in our country. They have their own values characteristics and cultural importance.
What is the need of conservation of religious and cultural heritage?
The need and importance of cultural can be described with the following topics: -
Explain the methods of conservation of religious and cultural heritage.
Our society is rich in cultural aspects. Clarify its importance in four points.
The total of the inherited ideas, beliefs, values, and knowledge which constitute the shared bases of social action is termed as culture. As Nepal is a multi-cultural country, it has a great importance of various cultural aspects existing in our society.
Why should the heritage located in your residential area be enlisted in the world heritage list? Mention your view in a sentence.
The heritage located in my community should be enlisted in the world heritage list because they are with unique feature and may be developed as a tourist site.
List out as many as you can which you think are our national wealth?
Items of national wealth are Roads, parks, playing fields, temples, stone- taps, government and non-government office, street lights, colleges, schools, ancient monuments etc.
How can you say that 'Kathmandu Valley is rich in National wealth'? The state with the example.
Kathmandu valley has a long religious history associated to that of Manjushree, who came from China and drained the water through Chobar. Since that it has been remained as an important place for dwelling. When it became suitable for human settlement, then many kings ruled here. They made attractive palaces, temples. Later on, the kings developed as a modern city. The rulers later built here statues, pillars, Dharahara, clock tower, parks Museums etc. All these things are important national wealth.
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