The People of Nepal

This is a beautiful piece of film! It is incredibly positive. When I saw the beautiful people and culture of Nepal in this piece, I wanted to share it with you. This was taken years ago, and shows the people smiling and playing music. I also love this because it shows musicians coming from the west, to find a commonality in their music and cultures. You will hear Appalachian music, and you will see the sharing of culture. Awesome! This a trailer for a music project for mountain music. Check it out when you have a chance.

Some quick facts about Nepal: It is the 93rd largest country, in the way of land mass, in the world. It has the 47th largest population in the world, and has more than 27 million people. I had no idea! More than 81% of the people are Hindu, and about 9% are Buddhist. This means that Nepal has the largest percentage of Hindus of any country in the world. However many of the people consider themselves both Hindu and Buddhist. Nepal also has smaller numbers of Muslims, Christians, and other religions.

Please remember to pray for our brothers and sisters in Nepal. They truly are a beautiful people.

 Blessings to everyone and PEACE!

“If you love nature, you will love people.”

Commentary © Copyright 2015, nicodemasplusthree

video from youtube

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12 thoughts on “The People of Nepal

  1. I am so sad for the people of Nepal and pray for them daily. The statistics you provided were really interesting, I didn’t know these things about them. Thanks for the reminder and for sharing the information, it is much appreciated.

  2. poor people of Nepal… 😦 they need food, drinking water, clothes, medicines, shelters, etc… I’ve just seen on the news the wedding between a French social worker who has worked in Nepal for several years with a Nepalese colleague – celebrated these days, symbol of love, hope, and revival…

      1. I’ve followed the news several times/day and I’ve just heard that most of the international aids come from the US, France and Canada…

      2. I’m glad we are involved, but wherever it comes from is ok – as long as they receive it. France and the US make a great team! And I LOVE Canada. 🙂

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