There are many religions around the world. Not only that, there are many religious organizations, secrets and alternative learning programs. Today’s society gives the public the choice to associate themselves with the religion that best suits their spirit and the option on what he or she believes the most. However, the essence is that religions are not so different from each other. Every religion has fundamental questions about the creation of the world, the man, the immortality and the meaning.
India owns most diverse cultural traditions in the use of medicinal and herbal plants. The Indian System of Medicine has reportedly identified 1500 medicinal and herbal plants, of which 500 are mainly used in the preparation of medicines. Recent Export-import study showed that there are 880 medicinal and herbal plant species involved in all-India trade. Of this, 48 species are exported and about 42 spices are imported. Another survey conducted by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, government of India, reveals that there are over 8000 species of medicinal and herbal plants grown in the country.
Vietnam, officially called the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is a country in Southeast Asia. It neighbors to the north with China, and to the west with Laos and Cambodia. Although Vietnam's history is distinguished with war, colonization and rebellion, it is actually ranked among the world's top ten destinations by TripAdvisor. According to government estimates, Vietnam sees about 3.3 million tourist arrivals each year. Buddhism is the largest religion here, with over 85% of Vietnamese people identifying themselves as Buddhist.
LITERATURE REVIEW The curse for every nation is poverty. Some private institutes like NGOs, communities and governments of whole world are working very hard to decrease the disease of penurity. Milennium development goals reported in (2015) that In last twenty years, poverty is decreased on whole world. MDG had tried alot to decrease that problem, their man aim is to remove curse of extremeley low poverty level and for that purpose they had protected 1 billion people since 1990. According to their report, the divided population was earning one dollar per day since 1990, they further explained that from 36% to 15% people are living in below line of poverty in whole world.
Hinduism is one of the world’s oldest religions and have been influencing the lives of a vast population of persons worldwide. Trinidad and Tobago is multicultural and therefore there is no one religion as it relates to different cultures. India however is the home of Hinduism. The topic of Hinduism is very in-depth but as you read through the following definitions, relative relations and comparisons made to demonstrate the effect of culture on religious practices you will understand the differences and similarities between two different cultures practicing the same religion of Hinduism. Religion is very important as it teaches individuals a way of life giving meaning to every reaction and action that takes place on a daily basis.
Nepal is a small, agricultural country with an area of 147,181 square kilometer and population of 26.4 million (CBS, 2013). Several cities in Nepal are in the process of rapid urbanization which has resulted in higher amount of waste generation. Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is inhabitated by 1.7 million people (CBS, 2013) and is the most heavily populated city with a population density of 4,416 individuals per square kilometer (CBS, 2013). Consequently, plastic use is also comparatively higher in this city, so is the problem of plastic waste. There are 60 plastic industries in Kathmandu valley (cities including Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur), producing 50 tonnes of plastic bags everyday (Rai, 2013).
The average FDI inflow in 1990s was Rs.18 billion per annum. The major factor explaining the speed of FDI in the 1990s was Nepal’s more liberal trade and investment policy. For example, the unweighted average rate of import tariff was reduced from 111 per cent in 1989 to 16 percent by 1992; and the number of tariff slabs also fell
INTRODUCTION : Religion in India is characterised by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. The Indian subcontinent is the birthplace of four of the world 's major religions; namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Throughout India 's history, religion has been an important part of the country 's culture. Religious diversity and religious tolerance are both established in the country by the law and custom; the Constitution of India has declared the right to freedom of religion to be a fundamental right. Northwest India was home to one of the world 's oldest civilizations, the Indus valley civilisation.
Nepal consists of 75 districts, and Kaski District is one of them. The name “Kaski” here is originated from Kaskikot, the ancient Kaski Kingdom. The district is located in Gandaki Zone, Province No. 4. Kaski District along with Pokhara, its headquarters, have the total arc of 2,017 square kilometers.
After the set back of early nineties when the Government of India had to pledge the gold to acquire foreign currency to meet the severe problem of balance of payment temporarily, the Government planned to liberalize the Indian economy and open its door to the foreigners to speed up the development process as a long-term solution for the ailing economy and is attempting to transform itself into one of the fastest growing emerging economies of the world. The policy framework relating to industry, trade and investment has undergone significant changes since July 1991. These aim at effecting structural changes to achieve greater efficiency in domestic production and bring about integration of the Indian economy with the rest of the world. The underlying