Wedding customs in Nepal vary according to ethnic groups and castes.Traditionally Nepalese marriages are arranged, a deal between two sets of parent.It might be asked why Buddhist monks do not marry, since there are no laws for or against marriage.The reason is obviously that to be of service to mankind, the monks have chosen a way of life, which includes celibacy.There are two sayings about the ceremonial headdresses of Tibetan women - one is that you can never judge the wealth of a family by their house size or any other means except by seeing the wife in all her jewelry.The second saying is that the jewels contained in a Tibetan wife's headdress have the same worth as 3 cars.
Buddhism allows each individual the freedom to decide for himself all the issues pertaining to marriage.
In some cases the boy and his family will come to visit the girl and her family where they strike a deal.
If they cannot agree then the boy's family will seek another girl for him to marry.
Their ancestors however were from Xiaer Kongbu of Nepal.
It is also said that they came from Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan Province.