Nepal is rich in geographical diversity which makes it rich in cultural diversity as well. The culture of people living in mountains and the culture of people living in the valleys are different. People of different castes and ethnic groups live here. Brahmin, Chettri, Newar, Sherpa, etc. are some of them.
Even though there is diversity in culture, there is unity among the people. So, it is said that "Unity in diversity is our speciality". People of different castes and groups participate in each others festivals and functions. Everyone has the tradition of respecting their parents and seniors. Guests are welcomed and teachers are considered as the god of every caste and ethnic group. Everyone respects nation and nationality.
Different communities and ethnic groups have different traditions and customs, but everyone has a strong feeling of love, peace and brotherhood in common. We, Nepalese are peace loving people. We follow the peace of Buddha, who taught us non-violence. We never let the needy return empty handed from our home. Similarly, the name giving ceremony, marriage, etc are our traditions. We observe them according to our social customs which may be different from others.
The national anthem of Nepal is in tune with the spirit of unity in diversity. The national anthem states that although Nepalese being in a different region, having different culture, religion and language are united and have a common goal and national interest of peace and prosperity.
Nepal is a country well equipped with many cultures, languages, traditions, religions etc. More than 100 castes of people reside here. Those different cultures have their different languages, religions, cultures etc. Every culture of every religion is equally important. Our country is geographically divided into three divisions. Those three divisions- Terai, Himal, and Hilly region have separate identification in particular culture, religion, language and traditions. All of them have very good religious tolerance. All of them respect each other and are united although they are different. Therefore, Nepal is multiethnic, multilingual, multi-religious and multicultural country.
Our national anthem was written by ______.
There is no diversity in ______ of Nepal.
Which is not a part of our social tradition?
What did our forefathers teach us?
All the options are correct
To work very hard
To love your country
To live peacefully
How do we Nepalese treat our guest?