Qatar is the small peninsula in the Gulf States. Unlike other gulf states, it depends on reserves of oil and natural gas for its wealth and prosperity. In order to cope up with the working conditions in this oil industry, Qatar imports workers from Asia, India, Iran, and other Arab countries. Most of the land here is deserted, but Qatar grows most of its own food by trapping reserves of underground water. The chief agricultural products are cereals, fruits, and vegetables. Raising livestock and fishing is the main activity. Doha is the capital city of Qatar and almost ninety per cent of the population lives in the capital and their main languages are Arabic and Farsi. The Qatar Riyal is the monetary unit of Qatar. The Qatari women are free to drive cars and are free from wearing their veils. Qatar has a dry deserted climatic condition.