About Nepal

About Nepal

Capital:
- Kathmandu

Government:
- Republic

Unification:
- Kingdom declared December 21, 1768
- State declared January 15, 2007
- Republic declared May 28, 2008

Leaders:
- President Ram Baran Yadav
- Vice President Parmanand Jha
- Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal

Area:
- Total 56,827 square miles

Population:
- 2009 estimate 29,331,000

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Nepal 2011

2011 Update

Believing for the Impossible Pastors’ Seminar
November 13-14, 2011
Venue: Kathmandu
Estimated Budget
Total Participants - 1000

Food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) per day per parson 1000x600= 600000 x 2  days

1’200’000

Accommodation 1000 x 150 =  150000x 2 days

300’000

Participants Travel 1000 x 150

150’000

Meeting Hall  Rent 100000x 2

200`000

Security

10’000

Stationery

35’000

Administration & communication

30’000

Publicity

100`000

Other

25’000

Kathmandu Total  Expenses

2'050'000

 

November 15-16, 2011
Venue: Itahari –East Nepal
Participants will be from east, south Nepal, Bhutanese, North east India, East hilly regions of Nepal.
Estimated Budget
Total Participants - 500

Food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) per day per parson 500x400= 200000 x 2  days

400’000

Accommodation 500 x 150 = 750000 x 2 night

150’000

Participants travel 500 x 400

200’000

Hall and sound x 2 days

100’000

Stationery & administration and communication

60’000

Committee  meeting x 2

10’000

Publicity

50’000

Other expenditure etc

20’000

East Nepal Total  Expenses

990,000


November 17-18, 2011
Venue:  Dhangadi (West Nepal)
Estimated Budget
Total Participants - 500

Food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) per day per parson 500x400= 200000 x 2  days

400’000

Accommodation 500 x 100 = 50000 x 2 night

100’000

Participants Travel 500 x 500

250’000

Hall  & Sound System

60’000

Stationery & communication and administration

60’000

Committee  meeting 2 time

10’000

Publicity

50’000

Other Expenses etc

10’000

Dhangadi Total Expenses

940'000

 

Total Budget:  Nepali Rupeese - 3`980’000 = US Dollars $ 56,857.00


2010 Update

Greetings from Dhan.

Thanks for your mail.  Because of the* Kawasoti Healing Crusade 2008 many peoples became Christian and are more blessed.  Three places inviting you to hold crusades and followed by seminars a) - Prithibasti (near the India Boarder), Gorkha, and Kawasoti.

Many peoples are asking me by phone, "When Mark is again coming to Nepal for crusade and seminar?"

Blessings,

Dhan Lama
Senior Pastor

* words in italics added by editor

Previous Nepal Crusades

Nepal 2008 Crusade Details

Date: July 2008 - for 5 Days

Attendance:
Over 10,000+ nightly

Impact:
Many saved, healed & delivered; hundreds are baptized

Dasharath Rangasala is Nepal's National Stadium.  It was built in 1956.

Nepal 2006 Crusade Details

Date: July 2006 - for 5 days

Attendance: Over 10,000 + nightly

Imapct: Many saved, healed & delivered; hundreds are baptized

 

Nepal Facts

Nepal is a landlocked nation in South Asia, bordering the People's Republic of China (Tibet) to the north and India to the south, east and west. For a relatively small country, Nepal has a diverse landscape, ranging from the humid Terai plain lands in the south to the mountainous Himalayas in the north. Eight of the world's top ten highest mountains, including the highest one, Mount Everest, are in Nepal.

More Nepal Facts

Until 2006, Nepal was officially the only Hindu state in the world. On May 18, 2006, Nepal was declared a secular state by the Interim Parliament of Nepal. On December 28, 2007, the interim parliament passed a bill and declared Nepal to be a federal democratic republic.