by Kayeswar Man Sulpya

Issue: 38

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-04


Traditionally, agenu (open fire with an iron tripod) and chulo (closed mod/stone stove without chimney) stoves have been used for cooking and heating purposes in Nepal. The kitchen is normally a small room which is usually not well ventilated to prevent heat loss so the chulo or agenu generally makes the kitchen warm. In winter months besides cooking, space heating is considered a must and the fire is often kept burning round the clock...

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