People ask us who our workers are. We work with men and women. We work with various ethnic and religious groups in Nepal, including native Nepali and Newari people (who tend to be Hindu or Buddhist), as well as foreign ethnic groups such as Tibetans from the long-established refugee community (who are Buddhist), and Kashmiri (Muslim) and other Indian workers and merchants (Hindu and Muslim). The people of modern Nepal are ethnically and religiously diverse. Traditionally and historically, Nepal was a Hindu land with Buddhism and Hinduism coexisting peacefully for centuries. The Muslim presence in Nepal is fairly new, mainly due to immigration from India.
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