With a highly diverse population, Nepal is known for its unity through diversity, languages, lifestyles and religions. Nepal has found a way to ignore these differences and create a harmonious country incorporating the culture and heritage of all groups. Many of the famous religious sites serve as multi religious centers welcoming all visitors. Regardless of language class or local dress all rituals are welcome and respected throughout Nepal while such harmony is sadly lacking in many countries worldwide.
Due to this respect, traditional dances and ceremonies have been preserved for each ethnicity making Nepal a great place to observe local traditions and festivals such as Dashain, Tihar and Teej, which are celebrated by Chhetri, Bhraman and Hindu, Fagu and Maghi people. Regardless of religion or ethnicity, these festivals are a time for all people to enjoy and celebrate with friends and family.
Nepal has a history and culture that respects elders, honors guests and treating everyone with respect regardless of social standing. Many cultural heritage places of Nepal including world heritage sites such as Pashupatinath, Swayambhu, Patan Durbar Square, Changunarayan, Lumbini, Bhaktpur Durbar Square, Bouddhanath and Hanumandhoka Durbar Square have become property of the whole human race. Respecting Nepali tradition, profits are shared with these sites to ensure proper preservation to ensure they can be enjoyed by all generations to come.