Recently, I came across this article about the growing Linux popularity around the globe and I was a bit surprised to see Nepal's name also being included in that list. According to their study, there are a significant number of Red Hat and Fedora users in Nepal. This may have also due to growing number of training centers for Red Hat and Fedora, and also for their global certification which is valid all over the world as well.
This is something to be proud of. Since Linux is one of the stable operating systems that you get in the market. It is even better than the market giant Microsoft. But due less training centers and popularity than Microsoft, it has less popularity in the general public.
You can read the whole article in here.