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The inhabitants of Nepal in 2019 is supposedly 29.7 million. There are concerning 101 ethnic groups over 92 languages. The difference in caste and ethnicity is unspoken better with a view of usual explain of the population. English is educated in schools and many of them are English medium schools so a huge section of the population understands the language.

The  mountainous regions of Nepal are occupied by Sherpas, Dolpa-pas, Bargaonlis, Manangays. The Sherpas are mostly found in the east Solu and Khumbu region: the Baragaonlis and Lopas live in the semi-deserted area of upper and Lower Mustang in the rain-shadow area: the Manangays live in Manang district as the Dolpa-pas live in Dolpa district of west Nepal. 

Paradise Destination

Quite a few ethnic groups live in the middle hills and valleys. Surrounded by them are the Magars, Gurungs, tamangs, rais, Limbus, Thamis, Sunuwars, Newars, Thakalis,Chepangs,Brahmins,Chhetris and Thakuris,Damai,Sarki etc.kathmandu Valley represent a cultural melting pot of the country, where people from diverse backgrounds have come mutually to form a varied population

The Nepali language was initially called Khaskura (language of Khas-Brahmins,Chhetris), then Parbatiya(language of people in Hills) and later Gorkhali (language of Gorkha). Following Nepali, Maithili is the extensively spoken language in Nepal.