Nepal Embassy Dhaka Office Bangladesh


Nepal Embassy Dhaka Office is located at Baridhara Diplomatic Enclave in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Officially named as Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, this is a sovereign South Asian landlocked between Indian in the south and China in the North. Kathmandu is its capital and the largest metropolis here. Population is approximately 27 million (on last sensus).

Nepal stand to be the world’s 93rd enlisted to be the 41stkilometres that is 56,827 sq mi. Nepal is located in the Tropic of Cancer and belongs to the Temperate Zone. The Himalayan country is bordered by the People’s Republic of China and the Tibetan Autonomous Region to the north and Republic of India is bordering the East, West and South of the nation. Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, and Sikkim are Indian states bordering Nepal. The Indian Siliguri Corridor is bordering Nepal from Bangladesh.


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Address of Nepal Embassy Dhaka Office

High Commission of Nepal Embassy in Dhaka Bangladesh

Address :: United Nations Road, Road No. 2
Baridhara Diplomatic Enclave
Dhaka – 1212, Bangladesh.
Telephones – 880-2-9892490, 9892568
Fax – 880-2-8826401
Website –
Working days & office hrs. Sunday to Thursday 09.00 am – 16.00pm
Weekly holidays Friday and Saturday

National holidays in Nepal Govt.

New Year’s Day
Maghe Sangkranti
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday
President’s Day
Maha Shiva Ratri
Nepali New Year
Buddha Jayanti
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans’ Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

Bangladesh Public Vacations

Eid Ul Fitr
Eid Ul Azha
Shahid Dibash
Independence Day
Bangla New Year
Victory Day

Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Most of the foreign missions, high commissions and consulate are in Dhaka. Mainly they locate in Gulshan, Baridhara and Banani diplomatic zone.

Foreign Policy

Nepal is a landlocked country in between two supreme powers India and China with no sea outlet. During the Raj from 1858-1947 in India, Nepal experienced literal isolation as she is completely dependent on India for international trade and transportations. The geostatic isolation during the Raj was the reason behind their freedom from international intervention.

During the mid 19th century Nepal made best accommodation on best terms with the British when they emerged to be a supreme-power in India and the Qing Dynasty is China was about to decline. Gradually Nepal opens up for maintaining peace and harmony with their neighbors.In the 1973 summit of the Nonaligned Movement in Algiers King Birendra proposed “Nepal, situated between two of the most populous countries of the world, wishes her frontiers to be declared a zone of peace.” At King Birendra’s coronation in 1959, he formally asked the countries to execute the idea and from then onwards this has become the main theme of the Kathmandu Foreign Policy.

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