The major religion in Nepal is Hinduism and Buddhism and these religions are readily reflected in the lifestyle of the Nepalese people. The travelers are advised to be respectful of the prevalent customs and cultures. Also, have the courtesy to follow the culture as far as possible such as being appropriately dressed when traveling and respecting the privacy in religious shrines. The people in the Kathmandu valley consist of people from all over the nation. Newari cuisine is famous in the valley, and travelers pay a handsome sum of money to taste dishes like Choila, She, and local alcohol. In the festival of Maghe Sankranti, you can taste sweets like Chaku, Ghiu, and Til Ko laddu. As you head towards the Terai region, you’ll encounter the Tharu and Madhesi people who mainly follow Hinduism and due to the extreme heat, they wear light clothing. In the mountain region, you can see Buddhism that is a bit Tibetan influenced. Taste the local Tongba and share some gossip with them. Enjoy Dhedo and Saag at these quaint villages. The typical food anywhere in Nepal is Dal Bhat and on some occasions only people eat roti.