It was Nepali’s largest mountain range until the end of the 19th century.
In that time, it rose from its original position on the edge of the Indian subcontinent.
Since then, it has been divided into three parts: Ganga-Chitwan (north of Nepal), the Himalayan Plateau (the Himalayas plateau) and the Ganga Valley (in the south of Nepal).
Ganga and Chitwan are not as big as Nepal but have similar mountain ranges.
The two are divided into seven ranges: Ganges, Brahmaputra, Ganges-Swan (south), the Indian Himalaya (north) and Ganga (south).
The western part of the Ganges valley is called the “Ganges of Ganga”.
It rises to 3,000 metres above sea level.
The south part of Ganges is called Ganga Chitwansang (the valley of the giant river).
It rises 5,000 to 7,000 feet.
The Ganges River is located in the central part of Nepal, at the foothills of Mount Everest.
Its course runs for 4,000 kilometres and it reaches its highest point in the Kathmandu Valley.
The highest peak is Mount Everest at 7,927 metres (25,979 feet) in the Khumbu Valley (Khandwa) in northern Nepal.
The Himalayan plateau stretches from the Tibetan plateau in the west to the Himalayan foothills in the south.
The most spectacular mountain ranges of Nepal are Ganga, the Himalaya Plateau and the Himalide Mountains.
The mountain ranges that form the Nepalese homeland are called Nepali.
In the 21st century, the mountainous region of Nepali is being called the Himalides Plateau.
It has a population of 5.2 million people and the capital city of Nepal is Kathmandua.
The region covers an area of 623,000 square kilometres (193,000 sq miles).