Nepal is multicultural, multilingual and multi ethnic country. It is the unique country with cultural and religious diversity. It has numbers of cultures and traditional identities. Nepal history can be divided into three periods on the basis of rule by ancestors.
A number of cultural beliefs and tradition were evolved from that period. Our ancestor has initiated different culture, traditions, art, architecture, social norms, value customs and paid their life to give us life, liberty and happiness. Whatever and whenever they were initiated, most of the reflect our pattern of our life, costumes etc. Therefore they are, our guidelines to lead our life with dignity and value.
The new generation has to feel proud on the unique culture and traditions of our ancestors and preserve and promote them.
Nepal is the rich land of that culture and traditions the pattern of life and cultural practices keep us within the certain boundary makes us discipline they are the patterns of our life and our identity. There were many unique cultural patterns in the history of nepal. Nepal is the rich country of unique cultural patterns from the ancient times. Those patternsa ae still prevalent in the society.
Mainly such practices seem to be culminated during the malla period. some of the fimportant examples are worshipping of main god chuda kerma, ihi puja, chaurashi puja, death customs, cuuting hair during bratabandha and after someone death e.t.c. They were interested to construct protect and preserve ancient sculpture and architecture like pati, pauwas, temples, gumbas, e.t.c. As nepalese, we even feel proud of these sculptures and our expertism on these arts.
Our ancestors were operatives they used to exchange goods (paicho) to fulfill each other needs respect towars the religion, its guidelines, values ideal character and moral scrupulousness were highly admirable human value gifted but our ancestor. They even construct pati, pauwas, power temples, gumbas e.t.c are focus on the productive and preservation of ancient sculpture and architecture. We even feel today proud of their nature and contribution to nepalese culture and traditions.
Division Of Castes
In the traditional nepalese society people were divided into 4 castes according to hindu caste system. they were Brahmins, Chhetri, Vaishya and sudhras. People were engaged in the occupation of as their division of castes . Brahmins were conducting rituals. Chettri were for fighting. Vaishyas were for doing agriculture and business and sudras were for sweeping, cleaning, and for low respected jobs. The people were happy to be in different castes, because divisons was made according to their religions on which they were devoted. There was no discrimination among the castes. This is how the society was divided on the basis of caste and their occupation. Gradually, people follow it for their likelihood and develop as a culture. such practice is sen to culminate during malla period.