|Nepal @a Glance|
Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is bordered with China in the North and India in the east, west and south. The Modern Country was founded in the 19th Century by the Ancestors of the now-ousted King; Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev. The country was Declared a Republic in 2005 after a popular revolt by the People against the then Head of the State, afore mentioned King. Today it is a Westminster multi-party parliamentary democracy, with the Head of the State as a Civilian President.
The country is a geographically, culturally, ethnically, religiously diverse state. Aryans, Mongols and Tibetans have long lived and shared the country mostly in peace, each arriving at various periods of the country’s history much in tandem with the movements and upheavals of Human Civilization’s own history.
In Medieval times, Nepal (especially the Kathmandu Valley, now Capital) had good diplomatic relations with Tibet, later annexed by China. Accounts of connubial relations, inter-border trade are rife. Our history’s first Encounter with the west is with “The East-India Company” before the Queen’s Reign. The Then Rulers of Nepal had trade relations with the Officers. Kathmandu was then considered a “Custom Point” for their produces bound for Tibet- China. Later the “ British Raj” under the Queen had even closer diplomatic ties with Nepal’s rulers.
Today Nepal is known in the World for her Nature. In the History of Nature itself, the Crashing of the Indian Plate with the Asian Plate is known to be the last Episodes of the Creation of Earth’s land as we know it today. The Himalayas was thus forged and the exposition of such gigantic proportions of Earth’s land is believed to have captured enough Carbon from the atmosphere cooling the Earth heralding the “coming of Cooler and more favorable climate”, in which Humans evolved.
Yet the history of the World is of her People and the history of Nepal’s People is still being written. Today Nepalese Gurkhas still leave their country but on a different mission. Half of Nepal’s Men in their working age is believed to be toiling their trade in a foreign land. The sorry state of the country’s economy, post modernization has driven Nepalese into befriended lands afar. Today’s Nepalese Gurkhas are known not for their valor in war but for their deference and diligence in the toil-shops/factories/edifices from the Middle East, South East Asia to the West, rendering to Modern Men’s Existential necessities.
No HRM analogy will explain such nonchalance in hardship. We can only argue that not everyone has the privilege of complaining. With all the problems (political, economical, social even geographical) of our country, we are helpless. We have dreams to live, expectations to fulfill, families to take care, and more sacrifices to make. No wonder we are boarding the next flight out of Kathmandu in droves. Yet Integrity is our way of life and wrought into our conscience, maybe it is human nature; may be divine.
Name: Mr. Raju Shamsher Dhakal (Executive Director) Mobile: + 977 9851047215 Anjulima Int'l Pvt. Ltd.(Corporate Head Office) Kalimatidole, Near Int'l Airport, PO BOX. 23251, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel: +977-1-4473100, +977-1-4473100,+977-1-4473300 Fax: +977-1-4472600 Email: info[@]anjulima.com Name: Mr. Dilchan B. M. (Executive Director) Mobile: +966 504 352 752 Fax No: +966 1 451 3015
Nepal - Head office
Name: Mr. Raju Shamsher Dhakal (Executive Director)
Mobile: + 977 9851047215
Anjulima Int'l Pvt. Ltd.(Corporate Head Office)
Kalimatidole, Near Int'l Airport, PO BOX. 23251, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-1-4473100, +977-1-4473100,+977-1-4473300
Fax: +977-1-4472600 Email: info[@]anjulima.com
Name: Mr. Dilchan B. M. (Executive Director)
Mobile: +966 504 352 752
Fax No: +966 1 451 3015