Nepalis in Germany
|Regions with significant populations|
|Munich · Berlin · Hamburg · Goettingen|
|German · Nepali|
|Hinduism · Buddhism|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Non Resident Nepali|
Hundreds of Nepalis emigrated from Nepal to Germany to seek political asylum, fleeing persecution either from the Maoists or police. A small number of Nepalese entrepreneurs and international students have also migrated to Germany for business and further education.
There are around 200 Nepalis living in and around Munich and there is also a small but thriving community of students studying medicine, language and other subjects. There is also a Nepalese restaurant in Munich known as "Yak & Yeti - Himalayan Food House" as well as a Nepalese school.
Munich is also home to a Nepalese temple garden known as the Pagoda Nepal. The center of the garden is a hand carved pagoda. As in Nepal, the nine-meter-high pagoda stands on a plateau. The temple figures that flanked the staircase are issued just as the temple bell in the pagoda.
Nepali Samaj, Germany is a Nepalese community organization in Germany. The organization was established in April 2003 by the group of young Nepalese in Germany along with the friends of Nepal in Germany.
Other organizations include the NRN-NCC-Germany and SONOG (Students of Nepalese Origin in Germany)
- Zascha Moktan - Nepalese-German singer, pianist and guitarist
- "Nepali diaspora", International Nepal Fellowship[unreliable source?]
- "ASYLUM ", The Nepali Times, FROM ISSUE #63 (28 SEPT 2001 - 4 OCT 2001)
- "Nepali of the Week: Dipesh Karki (Young Entrepreneur)", NEPAL UNITES - GERMANY, 1 February 2012.
- "About Munich", Himalayan Pariwar, 2010.
- "Westpark, Munich", Qype - Find It. Share It., 12 May 2010.
- "Foundation of Nepali Samaj", Nepali Samaj, Germany
- Nepali Samaj, Germany
- Non Resident Nepali Association, Germany
- SONOG - Students of Nepalese Origin in Germany
- Nepalese Society in Goettingen, Germany
- Nepalese Students Society Germany