Nepal is the land of Himalayas. The rivers flow from the north to the southern border, being used to fulfill vacuum of water to one-eighth of the world population i.e. Indian population. Ultimately, the river flows to the Indian ocean and then mixes with the world ocean.

Nepal has Terai, Mountain and Himalayas. It is mostly a mountainous country but the synchronicity of existence of plain lands as low as 59 metres (194 ft) elevation in the tropical Terai (northern rim of the Gangetic Plain) and Himalayan range as high as (8,848.86-metre (29031.69 ft) Mount Everest or Sagarmatha) , including 90 peaks over 7,000 metres with perpetual snowline (22,966 ft) is the peculiar feature of this paradise.

In addition, he beauty of the extant of difference of the flora and fauna makes this wonderland more alluring to nature lovers and has been a place for different sorts of researches. Many precious herbs can be found form Terai to the Himalayan belt and Yarsagumba is the one among them.

Almost all sorts of climate found on the earth can be experienced within the range of just 120 kilometers. The climate in Nepal varies from subtropical in the lowlands to a cold high-altitude climate in the mountains. The country experiences 5 different seasons: summer (May-August), monsoon (mid-June to mid- September), autumn (September to November), winter (November to February) and spring (February to April). Cold polar air during the winter season is blocked by the Himalayas to the areas which lies to south of it.