Mahendra of Nepal

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  • Inevitable State Of Development In Nepal Essay

    The Inevitable State of Development in Nepal Beginning in the early 19th century, all countries began to diverge away from each other in terms of development. Before this time, all countries were relatively equal in terms of wealth, life expectancy, mortality rate, and other factors of development. Then, all of these countries began to become wealthier, healthier, and more education, but some grew faster than others based on their location, history, government policies, economic policies, and social policies. One country in particular had some of the most detrimental effects on the construction of its policies in terms of development due to the upbringing of its system of government. Nepal today is seen as one of the poorest countries…

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  • The Bhutanese Refugee Essay

    I meet Albert nearby Hindu Temple. He is around 50 and staying with his wife and 3 daughters. He was a working as a car mechanic outside the camp in Nepal and his expectation was off getting a similar job in the USA. However, he was not able to get the same type of job in the United States. He said that he felt like none of the owner or manager trusted him even to give a chance of showing his capabilities. He told that now his three daughters have started working, however, he had a very…

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  • Smartphone Pestle Analysis

    we are in the fourth generation era of mobile phones, where they have been transformed into portable computers with the launch of smartphones (Bird, 2014). In the context of Nepal, there is a dramatic increase in the use of smartphones and they have become a basic need rather than a luxury commodity. For the environmental analysis, I have taken in consideration the smartphones manufactured by Gionee Communication Equipment Co. Ltd., a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, founded in 2002. After a…

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  • The Importance Of Farce To Serious Essay

    overlooked that the Kirantis and other ethnic groups outnumber Limbus in this province. Historically, the Limbus might have tenuous claim on Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, but they had none over Solukhumbu, Khotang, Bhojpur, Udaypur, etc. Why not name the province after a larger minority group? How can the Limbu leaders expect that the Kirantis and other groups accept it? If such historical claims were to be entertained, Nepal east of Kathmandu should be named Khabuwan, because at one point the…

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  • Himalaya Essay

    The Himalayas: A Mystic’s Viewpoint Himalaya literally meaning the abode of snow. Apart from being a geographical entity, it has in various ways shaped the life and culture of South Asian people. Comprising of nine highest peaks in the world, this awe inspiring range has been an object of veneration for people and epitomizes the concept of sublime beauty. The Himalayas are bordered on the north by the Tibetan Plateau, on the south by the Indo-Gangetic Plain, on the northwest by the…

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  • Case Study Of Lachhu Thapa

    I interviewed Lachhu Thapa, aged 37 and who lived in Nepal for 26 years before moving to Australia. He has a deep insight on the cultural developments and changes that have occurred as he has spent most of his life in Katmandu the heart of Nepal and still visits every 3 months with tour groups that he runs. It is clear from the interview that education and lifestyle is constantly changing. In his view this is because of many western influences, which have been both positive and negative. Whilst…

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  • Exploiting The Sherpas In Nepal

    If the death of 16 people doesn’t stop a government from continuing what they are doing and not changing any laws to prevent any future incidents of their people then then doesn’t that sound unjust and should we not take a stand to change this? This is what’s being done to Sherpas in Nepal, they risk their own lives guiding tourists up Mount Everest but don’t get enough credit, money or respect for it. A sherpas job consists of lugging tourists’ gear, guiding them up the mountain, and clearing…

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  • Importance Of Summiting Everest

    Summiting Everest commands visions of grandeur and personal heroism for some, but to many sherpas tasked with the greatest workload and the most to lose, Everest represents a hard, economically necessitated risk. In a climbing culture driven by commercialism, sherpas are arguably some of the most experienced and well adapted climbers on Mount Everest, yet have little to no say in addressing the issues of safety or working conditions that are brought on by commercial motives. Initiating…

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  • Mountain People Research Paper

    Every day the trekking activity is changing from one camp to another. Annually 200000 tourists visit to have a new experience. The Himalayan region has countless hiking trails with a normal (Annapurna), controlled (Manaslu) and guided (Kanchenjunga) trip. Nepal trek suits for all ages and capabilities virtually round the year. Trekking is a healthy activity that burns calories and builds muscle strong. Nepal travel cannot fulfill without the mountain holidays. The breathtaking mountain views,…

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  • Geography Of Nepal Essay

    Location of Nepal Nepal is roughly has a rectangular in shape. It runs in direction of northwest-southeast, expanding about 850km from west to east, and 200 km from north to south. There are eight of world’s ten highest mountains, including Mount Everest, which is known as the highest one in the world located at the foot of the Himalayas, Nepal. Map of Nepal and Neighbouring Countries Having a border line of 2400 km, Nepal is fenced by China to the north and India to the east, west and…

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