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Islam in Nepal

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Mosque in Kathmandu, Nepal
Mosque in Kathmandu, Nepal

Islam is a minority religion in Nepal. According to the 2011 Nepal census, Nepal has 1 million Muslims comprising 4.4% of the population of Nepal.[1]

Islam is thought to have been introduced by the Bangladeshi Muslims, Indian Muslims and Pakistani Muslims settling in Nepal.[2] Ahmadis maintain a small presence in Nepal.[3]

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According to the 2011 Nepal census, there are around 1.164 million Muslims in Nepal. Almost all of them live in Terai Region. [4] Districts with large Muslim concentrations are: Rautahat (19.7%),  Banke (19.0%),  Kapilvastu (18.2%),  Parsa (14.5%),  Mahottari (13.3%),  Bara (13.0%) and  Sunsari (11.5%). There are only 21,866 Muslims in the capital city of Kathmandu (1.25% of the total population).

See also


  1. ^ Government of Nepal. Central Bureau of Statistics., Nepal in figures 2006 (PDF), Kathmandu., archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-04-09
  2. ^ NEPAL IN FIGURES 2006 - Government of Nepal Archived 2008-04-09 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Sijapati, Megan Adamson (2011). Islamic Revival in Nepal: Religion and a New Nation. London and New York: Rouledge.
  4. ^ [1]

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