Most of these people remain tied to their local ethnicity, but are still united in many ways as most of these people identify on a secondary level with their religion (Hinduism) and perhaps even as citizens of Nepal.
Other ethnic groups also identify primarily with their ethnicity, but again language, culture, and religion also play a role in these identities as there is a substantial Buddhist population in Nepal.
For the small urban population life tends to be a bit more predictable for those with jobs.
Life seems to revolve around working hours, not mother nature.
Among these crops are rice, corn, wheat, beans, peas, lentils, and others.
Rural life in Nepal means there is a heavy dependence on the community for survival as people know each other in villages and when things get rough the town or village tends to help out.The natural scenery, high mountains, incomparable cultural heritage and numerous specialties have made Nepal a well-known destination in the world of tourism with a distinct image of its own.However, the development of tourism is limited in numbers and within certain areas of the country only, like Bhutan.The mountainous north contains eight of the world’s ten highest Himalayan Mountains, including the highest, Mount Everest.Nepal’s faces many problems caused by governmental clashes, surrounded by the complex situation that is Nepalese politics. By some measures, Hinduism is practiced by a greater majority of people in Nepal than in any other nation.As of the 2011 census, 81.3 of the Nepalese population is Hindu, 9.0% is Buddhist, 4.4% is Muslim, 3.0% is Kirant/Yumaist, 1.4% is Christian, and 0.9% follow other religions or none religion.The natural scenery, high mountains, Nepal is a country of highly diverse and rich geography, culture, religions and political instability.It is a multilingual country, where more than 92 languages are spoken.The speakers of these languages have their own oral traditions and cultures, which have been handed down from generation to generation. The culture and traditions are so rich that we can go on for generation with this wealth.Sadly, the economic state in Nepal is poor at best and today nearly half the people who want to work are unemployed.This economic state magnifies the close reliance on community and family as families are turning to each other for support as they financially support each other, help raise children, and in many homes multiple generations live under the same roof.