Nepalese culture is an amalgamation of different traditions and customs each with their unique features and importance. Nepalese culture is immensely influenced by Hinduism and Buddhism as religion plays a central in everyday life. The capital city, Kathmandu is a conglomerate of all the cultures of Nepal and represents the unified national identity. The multi-dimensional cultural heritage is assortment of ethnicity, tribal and social groups, art and crafts, cuisines, language and literature, folklores and folktales, festivals, celebration, myths and legends. Within the total population of about 26.62 million, there are all together 101 ethnic groups speaking over 92 languages. There are many major and minor festivals that are celebrated round the year. These celebrations and festivals add flair and color to Nepalese lifestyle. Cuisine is another crucial part of Nepalese culture and every festival is associated with unique meal. Although the food habits differ depending on the regions, authentic Nepali taste can be found in Newari and Thakali food.
The ancient monuments and temples are all part of Nepalese culture and are viewed with great pride and respect. Majority of Nepalese monuments and temples are ornate by intricately carved wooden pillars, windows, doorframes lintels and cornices. The history of woodcarving in Nepal dates as far back as 6th century A.D. and is still practices with the same dedication. Art and culture in Nepal are interconnected; woodcarving, thanka painting, mithila art, dance, paper crafts, music, jewelry and metal crafts are all part of aggregate culture.
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