It is observed that the Nepalese secularism has come out of unique background with reference to the global phenomenon although it shares some semblance with the neighboring India. Although the nation was declared secular, the study reveals that the equality envisaged in the constitutional framing is not fully accepted by the majority, and that the state actions are yet to reveal total equality for the minority faith groups. Religion is neither a private affair nor is the society secular. Multiple identities are seen as religious minorities seek recognition on an equal footing with the majority, and religious and ethnic groups engaged in identity-making processes have tended to enhance their religious traditions, making sure that they invite the president or prime minister to their new year’s festivals, for example. The Hindu Nationals object to the view of multi religious and National identity hence subjecting the concept of secularism to varying perceptions.