by Kumud Shrestha

Issue: 14

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Received: 2010-10-07


The Brahmin and Chhetris are one of the major ethnic groups living in the middle hills of Nepal. They had easy access to forest, and firewood was easily available within two or three hours of walking. But, now the situation has changed, in many places they have to spend more than eight hours to collect one backload of firewood from the forest...

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