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Nepal

Nepal Nepal is a sovereign, independent Hindu Kingdom in South Asia. It is a landlocked, third world country, and is only the country in south Asia that has never been ruled by a foreign power. It is situated in between two mighty nations India to south and north to the autonomous Tibet, of "China" On the world map it is situated within 26º22' to 30º27' North latitude

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Tibet

Tibet Tibet covers 1.2 million squares kilometers constituting one eighth of China's land mass, nearly as large as the total territories of Germany and France. With an average elevation of 4,000 meters above sea level, and over 50 peaks above 7,000 meters, Tibet has become a real paradise for mountaineers and explorers.

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Bhutan

Bhutan BHUTAN - is a little kingdom its deeply hidden part of the eastern Himalaya with an area of about 47,000sq.km. It is bordered with Chinese Tibet and North Eastern India. The country has very high mountains, fertile valleys, and thick forests. Bhutan is ruled by hereditary monarchy since 1907. The present monarch King Jigme Singye Wangchuk was crowned in 1974

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India

India India is oldest civilized country of world, originated from the local historical name of Indus River. Known as Dev Bhumi- the land of the gods. Nestled next to Nepal, China, and Bhutan in the North, Pakistan in the Northwest and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the East, India is the seventh largest country in the world enveloping total area of 3,287,263 sq. m. With over one billion people

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China

China The earliest recorded human settlements in what is today called China were discovered in the Huang He basin and date from about 5000 B.C.During the Shang dynasty (1500–1000 B.C.), the precursor of modern China's ideographic writing system developed, allowing the emerging feudal states of the era to achieve an advanced stage of civilization, rivaling in sophistication any society found at the time

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Thailand

Thailand Thailand is known of the earliest inhabitants of what is now Thailand, but 5,000-year-old archaeological sites in the northeastern part of the country are believed to contain the oldest evidence of rice cultivation and bronze casting in Asia and perhaps in the world. In early historical times, a succession of tribal groups controlled what is now Thailand. The Mon and Khmer peoples established powerful Kingdom

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Mongolia

Mongolia Mongolia has been called the “last wilderness nation.” Because it is one of the most sparsely populated countries on Earth, is inhabited by nomadic herders who consider their native landscape sacred, and was spared widespread industrial development during the Cold War years, Mongolia enters the 21st century with its wild heritage largely intact. Within its boundaries Mongolia contains a spectacular variety of unspoiled Central Asian landscapes and habitats. In the North are the ranges of the Altai, Sayan, Khangai and Khentii, among the wildest mountains in the world, with peaks reaching 14,000 feet. The lower slopes of the mountains are clad in dense stands of mature larch, spruce and pine, the southernmost reaches of the great Siberian taiga forest.

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