Nepal has always been an independent country, lying between the Tibetan autoGeographynomous region of the Peoples' Republic of China in the north and India in the east, south and west respectively. The length of the kingdom is 885 kilometers from east to west, and its breath varies from 145 kilometers to 241 kilometers from north to south. The total area is 147,181 sq. kilometers. The geographical setting of the country varies from the Tropical Tarai plains to the peak of "SAGARMATHA" Mt. Everest (8848m). On the basis of topography the country can be divided into three main regions.
This region is very extensive and covers about 64 % of total area of which only 10 percent is under cultivation. The average range of this region falls between 1000 ft (1300m) to 15000 ft (4500m.) in altitude. Almost 50 % of peoples and diverse ethnic groups inhabitants this hills. Wild animals to be found here. This region is also popular for different kinds of birds.
The Tarai region stretches east to west with fertile low land plains in the southern part of the country. This belt occupies about 17% of the total area. It provides excellent farming flat land is 60 to 300 m (200 ft – 1000 ft) above sea level. Because of its fertile soil, it is known as the “Granary” of the country. Royal Bangal tiger, one horned rhino, leopard, gharial crocodile, wild elephant, many species of birds and different types of venomous snakes are found here.
|Nepal Fact Sheet|
|Area||:||147,181 sq. km|
|Geography||:||Situated between China in the north and India in the South|
|Location||:||Latitude: 2612' to 3027' North Longitude:804' to 8812' East|
|People||:||101 ethnic groups and 92 spoken languages|
|Climate||:||sub-tropical in low lands to arctic in higher altitudes|
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