Nepal is a small country with varied diversified population. This country is famous for its unity in diversity, in language and lifestyle, caste and religions. Although there are different religions like Hindu, Buddhism, Christian, Muslim and others that live in Nepal, there is no discrimination among them. Every religion is prevailing with equal respect. Different religious sites can be found here like Pashupatinath temple the greatest deity of Hindu, Swayambhu stupa and Boddhanath stupa of Buddhism, different Mosques of Islamism and churches of Christianity etc. Nepalese are religious people. So, they have strong faith in divine Power.
In Nepal, the typical costume of women is Gunnau Cholo, Dhoti and Patuka and the Nepali costume of men is Daura Suruwal and Dhaka topi. There can also be other costumes as well, like Bakhu, Lehnga, haku patasi, kactihad etc. Each costume also represents the culture of the specific society. The rituals and language of one society may or may not be similar to others in the human race.
There are many typical dances in each society like Kauda dance related with Magar, Ghatu dance is related with Gurung, Dhimal dance is related with Dhamal etc. Likewise, festivals also differ from one caste and religion to the other like Dashain, Tihar, teej, etc, which are celebrated by Chhetri, Bhraman and Hindu, Fagu and Maghi etc, celebrated by Maithali and Bhojpuri and Losahar clebrated by Tamang and Sherpa. Some festivals like Dashain and Tihar are celebrated by many religions like Hindu and Buddhist, but celebrated according to their rules and norms. If you have ever been on trips to India and Nepal, you must be aware that while celebrating their festivals, all people enjoy meeting their relatives and close friends.
There are several social and cultural beliefs and customs in Nepal like respecting elders, regarding and respecting guests, loving those who are younger, helping the poor, etc. This belief has made Nepali people helpful, peaceful and popular. Many cultural heritage places of Nepal included in the world heritage list like Pashupatinath, Swayambhu, Patan Durbar Square, Changunarayan, Lumbini, Bhaktpur Durbar Square, Bouddhanath and Hanumandhoka Durbar Square have become property of the whole human race. So in a year thousands of foreigners come to our company to visit and taste our culture heritage. Similarly, some tourists come to Nepal to observe the lifestyle and peaceful environment created by Nepal and its culture. These visits have helped Nepal to gain financial status. The profit our company earns by selling trips to India and Nepal and trekking packages to our guests is shared and invested for the preservation of cultural heritages and awareness of the local community.
Tibet is a rich and beautiful land located at the main part of Qinghai-Tibet plateau, southwest frontier of China. Tibet is so sunny that it produces a year-round sunshine of over 3,000 hours in a year. Its old name, ‘land of snow’ the name by which Tibet is almost popularly known is always thickly covered with snow with hardly any signs of inhabitation in many places.
Tibet is cold in winter, cool in summer and generally dry, receiving only 450 millimeters (18 inch) of rain or snow. Sunlight is extremely intense. The thin air neither blocks nor holds heat, so sunshine feels warm, shadows are chilly, and temperature can vary greatly within a day.
Religion and spirituality have a deep influence on all aspects of life in Tibet. Monasteries and nunneries scattered across play an important role in their communities. Monks and nuns of Tibet are often very active in promoting Tibet’s culture, language and environment.
The basic understanding of Buddhism is essential in Tibet. Buddhism’s values and goals permeate in almost everything in Tibet. Many Buddhists learn sutra, meditate, and discipline themselves to make their ethics higher. The Temple in Tibet is open to everyone; they accept all people without any distinction. With Buddhism as an essential aspect, it permeates things like culture, literature and art.
With an average elevation of over 4,000 m, Tibet is considered to be the highest region in the world and is often called the ‘Roof of the World’. This comes as no surprise, especially since southern Tibet is located in the Himalayas, which contains many of the world’s highest summits. In addition to its incredible heights, Tibet is also one of the most isolated areas on earth; with most of the people living in elevations ranging from 1200 m to 5100 m.
This Big Seven wildlife tour offers you to visit some of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India and Nepal giving you an opportunity to experience the culture and wildlife of both the destinations from close quarters.ITINERARY DETAILS