Made up of 69 diverse ethnic groups living in various areas of the nation, Nepal is generally considered as multi-cultures and multi religions. As a result, their way of life obviously differs from one another. However, the Nepali still has some things in common as listed below. Therefore, if you intend to enjoy Nepal tours, these key information is worth reading.

Daily Routine of Nepal People

The Nepalese normally starts their ordinary day at about 5 or 6 am in the morning. After taking bath, they, mainly married women and the elderly, perform “puja” which is making offerings and prayers to one or more particular Hindus deities. The routine goes on as the family has breakfast and then departs for their own concern.

Daily Routine of Nepal Lifestyle and people

When people come home after a hard-working day, a meal is ready. Commonly, enjoying the meal and watching TV together are two of the most satisfying moments of the day. Besides, as it is commonly thought in Nepal that milk is of great importance to a nice sleep, a glass of milk is compulsory before bedtime.

Nepal Religion Beliefs

There are several religions now practiced in Nepal such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Muslim and Islam. However, despite the fact that Nepal is a multi-religious country, Hinduism and Buddhism are the two dominant official religions in Nepal. Surprisingly, they have never been considered as competitiveness or conflict. In fact, these two beliefs are generally seen as the inter-relation and co-existence since they both share faiths as well as worship common deities in temples and monasteries for ages.

Nepal Lifestyle and Religion Beliefs

Nepal Marriage Custom

A great number of Napali wedding types are exiting; however, the most typical one is arranged marriage, which simply means that the bride and groom just know each other on the actual wedding day. One of the most remarkable in the wedding ceremony is the traditional dance called “Kanyadan”. According to the believers, not only does it ensure the parents’ prestige but it also purifies the sin. Besides, the groom’s maturity and the bride’s chastity are of great importance. Moreover, such thing like crying during the way to a new house is needed.

Nepal marriage lifestyle

Nepal Traditional Dishes

The Nepalese adopted the rice culture food habit a long time ago, and Dal-Bhat-Tarkari is the main meal of their daily life. To be more specific, Dal is a well-cooked lentil soup from different beans, Bhat is boiled rice, Tarkari is curried vegetables, adding some pickles of seasonal vegetable or fruits, salad and curried or fried meat.

Lifestyle of nepal people eating meal

In contrast, people in mountain areas mostly eat Dhindo with Gundruk or different vegetable curry, meat curry, home-made pickle, yogurt and milk since it is not suitable to grow rice in the hilly area. Besides, most families commonly seat on the floor to eat from individual plates or even with their bare hands.

Nepal Festivals

If you plan for visiting Nepal, do not miss out on some festivals to experience the country’s heritage and traditions. It is like the world of significantly vibrant colorful festivals. As a predominantly Hindu and Buddhist nation, many of the festivals in Nepal have religious meaning and some are based on important ancient events or epic literature. There are some names that are worth noting like “Mahashivaratri” (witnessing the glamour and grandeur of the celebration), “Fagun Purnima or Holi” (spraying colors in the valley) or “Buddha Jayanti” (experiencing the rich traditions of the country).

Nepal Lifestyle - Nepal Women in a Traditional Festival