Nepal is a secular country in terms of religion. The variation in culture and customs in Nepal can be found. There is a harmonious relationship between all the religious believers.
Nepal is a melting pot of different religious groups. The main religion is Hindu among others like Buddsim, Christianity and Islam, and others. About 80% of the population follow Hinduism. Hindu devotees believe on the myth of world’s creation as Brahma creates, Visnu preserves and Shankar destroys.
Buddhism is the second popular religion in Nepal. they believe in peace, harmony and reincarnation. The five Dhyani Buddhas; Vairochana, Akshobhaya, Rathasambhava, Amitabha and Amoghasiddhi are worshiped by them, including the Hindu devotees.
Cow is a national animal in Nepal. They do not sacrifice cow.
Red is regarded holy and festive colour. In religious ceremony, they wear red dresses (especially women), in wedding and in some celebrations.
Guests are God for Nepali people. They love to welcome you and show their locality.