Nepal

Nepal is a country that shares its borders with India and Tibet China. It is set on the shadow of Himalayas and is adorned by nature's supreme beauty of rivers, lakes, flora & fauna and mountains.

Overview

For many foreigners Nepal is one of most beautiful countries of the world owing to its great natural reserve and unblemished sense of grandeur. Nepal is a country that shares its borders with India and Tibet China. It is set on the shadow of Himalayas and is adorned by nature's supreme beauty of rivers, lakes, flora & fauna and mountains. 

Nepal is can be geographically divided into three areas: the Mountain, Hill, Siwalik region and Terai Regions. Nepal experiences five seasons: summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and spring. There are many different ethnic groups that inhabit the country. They are either of the Aryan origin or of the Tibeto-Burmese origin. They are collectively called the Nepalese and are recognized all over for their diligence in work and the fierce loyalty they devote themselves to.

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Kathmandu

Nepali

Maithili, Nepal Bhasa, Bhojpuri, Tharu, Gurung, Tamang, Magar, Awadhi, Sherpa, Kiranti and other 100 different indigenous languages

Democratic Republic

Total 147,181 km2/56,827 sq. m

28,875,140 (2007 census)

Nepalese Rupee (NPR)

NPT (UTC+5:45)

+977

180 US$

Why?

Nepalese Manpower

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Providing Nepalese manpower to businesses worldwide is our mission. They are a hardworking lot, a workforce driven by ethics and strong family values. The Nepal government is noted for placing high value on education and providing its citizens the latest skills in industry.

Nepalese manpower are a strong workforce, an asset to every company that employs them. Nepalese manpower are also noted for being extremely loyal, friendly and Culturally adaptable. Foreign governments such as the UK, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and Brunei consider these workers their most trusted foreign manpower. Nepalese also remain neutral to politics and matters not related to work and are known for working well under pressure.