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By 55,000 years ago, the first modern humans had arrived on the Indian subcontinent
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entirely.[27] History Main article: History of Nepal Ancient Nepal This painting in a Laotian temple depicts a legend surrounding the birth of Gautam Buddha c. 563 BC in Lumbini, Western Nepal. <span>By 55,000 years ago, the first modern humans had arrived on the Indian subcontinent from Africa, where they had earlier evolved.[28][29][30] The earliest known modern human remains in South Asia date to about 30,000 years ago.[31] The oldest discovered archaeological e




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In the 11th century, a powerful empire of Khas people emerged in western Nepal
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period that is often called the dark period.[50] Medieval Nepal Sinja Valley, thought to be the place of origin of the Khasas and the Nepali language, was at the heart of the Khas Malla empire. <span>In the 11th century, a powerful empire of Khas people emerged in western Nepal whose territory at its highest peak included much of western Nepal as well as parts of western Tibet and Uttarakhand of India. By the 14th century, the empire had splintered into loosel




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Before the unification of Nepal, the Kathmandu Valley was known as Nepal.
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6 Cuisine 9.7 Sports and recreation 10 See also 11 Citations 11.1 Notes 11.2 References 11.3 Bibliography 12 Further reading 13 External links 13.1 Government 13.2 General information Etymology <span>Before the unification of Nepal, the Kathmandu Valley was known as Nepal.[a] The precise origin of the term Nepāl is uncertain. Nepal appears in ancient Indian literary texts dated as far back as the fourth century BC. However, an absolute chronology can not