Nepal is the multicultural, multilingual and multiethnic country with highest geographic diversity ranging from the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest (Nep. Sagarmāthā or Chomolungma) to the lowest plans of Tarai region. The diverse people and communities of Nepal is an assimilation of Caucasian, Mongolian and Dravidian races of Asia. As the confluence of Shamanism, Hinduism and Buddhism and the sandwiched Himalayan state between Asian giants China and India, it is a home for more than one hundred ethnic communities with one hundred and twenty languages. The country is also popularly known as the birth place of Lord Buddha. Nepal is synonym for diversity endowed with highest ethno-cultural, lingual and geographic as yet unexplored and untouched hidden treasures that can be experienced by the traveler within the shortest spatial expanse.