|Himalayan states and regions|
The Himalayan states are a group of countries straddling the Himalayan mountain range in Asia. The area is divided between the Western Himalaya and the Eastern Himalaya. Two sovereign states, Nepal and Bhutan, are located almost entirely within the mountain range. The range also covers southern Tibet, the Indian Himalayan states of North and Northeast India, Sikkim, and northern Pakistan. Eastern Afghanistan and Northern Myanmar are sometimes also included.
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