Nepal is a culturally affluent country with wide disperses of various cultures in various regions. The variations in cultures and its features make Nepal a culturally beautiful country. Kathmandu is a medley of cultures where cultures blend to form a national identity. It expresses various languages, festivals, dance, and music. Festivals add color to the lives of Nepalese, creating a joyous environment.

Languages: A total of 123 languages are spoken in Nepal. The majority of people speak the mother tongue ‘Nepali’. Maithili is the second highest spoken language in Nepal. Other prominent languages include Bhojpuri, Tharu, Tamang, Nepal Bhasa, Magar and Bajjika.

Religious: The major religions practiced in Nepal are: Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism, Bon, ancestor worship and animism. The majority of Nepalese are either Hindus or Buddhism. The two have synchronized in harmony through the centuries.

Festivals: Festivals adds colors to the ordinary life of Nepalese turning it to a joyous moment. Various festivals are celebrated throughout the year. As a predominantly Hindu and Buddhist nation, most of the festival is the religious ones. Dashain is the longest and the most important festival of Nepal. Lasting for fifteen days, the festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Other important festivals include Tihar, Holi, Lhosar, Teej, Raksha Bandhan and many more.