The combination of a highly patriarchal society and an abysmally poor quality of education in Nepal means that boys and men view girls and women as inferior and treat them as such. One such example is viewing them as the culpable party for when they become victims of violence, as happened on social media over an incident involving the rape of an Australian woman by a Nepali man.
In the highly patriarchal society that is Nepal, it's not surprising that women have such laxed attitudes towards domestic violence. Addressing that requires a multi-prong approach, one of which must be providing quality education to the population.
I have come across Nepali men, in person, on social media and elsewhere, who, when discussing gender issues, display a very very remarkable lack of knowledge and understanding of the issues faced by our girls and women. In the process, they display their conceit, their complete ignorance of the patriarchal society we live in and how that benefits and privileges us, men.
This is just one example of that.
A reproduction of an excellent twitter thread on the question of the Hijab.
Holi has been perverted and is no longer just a day of celebrations with color and water!
The biggest killer of Nepalese girls and women is suicide. Part of the reason has to do with Nepalese society not valuing female lives anywhere near as much as those of males in general and other social issues arising from cultural practices and mentality. There are things we, the Nepalese men, can do to change things around.