Nepal, a small, rural country in South Asia, is landlocked by China to the north and India to the south, west and east. It is divided into three geographical areas: the Himalayan Mountain range, the mid region and the Terai Plains.
Most famous for the mountain range, Nepal is host to Mt. Everest, the tallest mountain in the world at just over 29,000 feet. Below the snowline, hardy forests and pastures flourish in the cold, dry climate of the mountainous region. The temperate climate and hilly topography of the country's midlands attract a majority of the population. With most of Nepal's industry being agricultural, many Nepalese live in this rural region to cultivate rice fields and other crops.
To the south are the Terai Plains, a tropical lowland with high summer temperatures and warm winters. From the months of June through September, the lowlands are soaked with monsoonal rains. The tropical forests house many exotic species of wildlife.
Nepal features more than 6,000 rivers, many of which are fed from the Himalayan snows or the lowland rains. There are also dozens of caves, some serving as religious pilgrimage sites.
Nepal is situated between China and India. On the North China and Tibet and in the South,West and East Covered by India. In the North area of Nepal we can see the high mountains range. In the South we can see the Terai and low land area. Its a slope Position from north to south. In the North on Himalayas area every time we can see the snow caped high mountains.