The ancient saying says Nepal has God more than Populations and Festivals more than Days. With this saying, you can imagine how rich Nepal is in terms of religion and culture. Nepal is a secular country. This means Nepal has Religious and Cultural Freedom. There are 10 Religious Categories Reported in Nepal. The religion of the largest number of the followers in Nepal is Hinduism (81%), followed by Buddhism (9%), Islam (4.4%), Kirant (3%), Christianity (1.5%), Prakrity or Nature Worship (0.5%), Bon Religion, Jainism Religion, Bahai Religion, Sikhism Religion, etc.
Nepal generally enjoys religious tolerance and they have Harmony among all religions. All the major religious worships in Nepal are the oldest of their kind. The origin and the history of Hinduism, and Buddhism Starts from the land of Nepal. The Birthplace of God Buddha Lumbini is in Nepal and one of the oldest temples of Hinduism The Pashupathinath Temple is in Kathmandu. And in Ancient Holy books of both Hinduism and Buddhism many places, temples, and mountains of Nepal are mentioned.
This is why it is the best place for religion research. You can visit 1 single community to see all the religious people and how are they living together without the fight for their religion.