After completing this lesson, student must be able to:
Nepal is a small landlocked country lying in the lap of the Himalayas, the world's highest mountain ranges.On the basis of physiographical features, Nepal in divided into Mountain, Hilly and Terai regions. This note contains a description of Nepal's Physical Features.
Cartographers are those people who often make standard maps which are accurate and which use highly exact scales. This note contains a description of how to draw Nepal's map.
Nepal lies in the temperate region of the world when sun’s rays are moderate so it have tropical monsoon climate. The climate vary from place to place. This note contains description on Nepal’s Climate Conditions.
Asia is crossed by the equator in the south, by the Tropic of Cancer in the center and the Arctic Circle in the north and is the biggest continent. This note contains a description of Physical Features of Asia.
The north Asia consists of Russia and the newly independent central Asia republics and west China. This note contains description on Economic and Social Activities of Asia.
Europe lies entirely in the Northern Hemisphere. Physically the Europe is divided into three distinct regions: Scandinavian Highlands, Southern Mountains, Central Lowlands. This note contains a description of Physical Features of Europe.
Europeans have very high standards of living: highest in the north and west, but lower in east Europe and in the Southern Mediterranean countries. This note contains a description of Economic and Social Activities of Europe.
Both Europe and Nepal lie in North Temperate Zone whereas Australia lies in the southern hemisphere, thousands of miles away from Nepal. This note contains a description of Asia, Europe, Australia and Nepal.