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Do's and Dont's in Nepal

- Greet saying Namaste by joining the palms together with bowing your heads at the same time rather than saying Hello.
- Remove your shoes before entering a Nepali home, temple and monastery.
- Dont touch anything with your feet and try not to step over or point your feet at another person or sacred place.
- Take permission before entering a Hindu Temple as many Hindu temples do not allow non-Hindu to enter.
- Walk clockwise around temples or stupas.
- Dont eat with your left hand.
- Dont eat beef as cows are sacred in Nepal.
- Among Hindus avoid touching women and holy men.
- Dont offer food to a Nepali after tasting it, nor eat from a common pot, and avoid touching your lips to a shared drinking vessel.
- Raising your voice or shouting is seen as extremely bad manners in Nepal.
- Do get permission before taking photographs of objects or persons.
- Avoid holding hands between women and men in public places as it is considered offensive in Nepal.

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