Khas Kura used to be the language of Khas Empire of Western Nepal (11th-14th century). Khas language was already a developed language by then. Gorkha was one of the successor kingdom of Khas Empire after it broke down. As Gorkha united all small kingdoms in the himalayan region during 1744-1806, Khas language then called Gorkhali language. When that country started to referred as Nepal as a whole, Gorkha language became Nepali language.
This is the list of all winners of provincial assembly election from State 1 to State 7. This list also covers members nominated from proportional election of respective states.
There are 14 peaks higher than 8,000 meters in the world and 8 of them are in Nepal. There are 108 7000+meter peaks in the world and among them 34 are in Nepal. There are about 1300 peaks over 6000 meters in Nepal. Northern himalayan districts of Nepal are in so high altitude that sometimes even passes are over 5000 meters. For example:- Thorong-La pass in Annapurna Trekking circuit is at 5,416m high. Cho-La pass on Gokyo Trek near Mt Everest is at 5,420m. Ganja-La pass on Langtang Trek is at 5,122m.
This is the list of all river systems, rivers and kholas in Nepal. In NepEnglish the term River(Nadi) is used for big rivers originated in Himalayas whereas Khola is used for small rivers. Nepal has three major river systems and several other smaller rivers. All of the rivers in Nepal ultimately drains into Ganges in India which ultimately drains in Indian Ocean in Bangladesh. The given co-ordinates provide approximate key location of the rivers and can be searched using Google maps.
Saptakoshi is one of the 3 major river system in Nepal, other two being Gandaki/Narayani and Karnali. The main three tributary rivers of Sapta Koshi are Tamor, Arun & Sunkoshi which meet near Barahchhetra, Sunsari (@26.91, 87.16) and pass 10km long Chatra Gorge before entering terai plains of Nepal where is runs for about 25 kms before entering India. Kosi River joins Gange River after running 295km in Bihar, India.
Bhutanese people of Nepali ethnic origin are known as Lhotshampa (southerners) in Bhutan as majority of them lived in southern parts of Bhutan. Nepalese people are said to be immigrated to Bhutan as early as 1620 AD. First King of Bhutan (Druk Gyalpo) Ugyen Wangchuck ruled from 1907-1926.