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Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Process
Author: Edt. Michael Allen > Anthropology

An International Conference on the Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Processes was held in the Hotel Vajra, Kathmandu from the 7th to the 14th September 1992. It was organized jointly by th ... .. read more


The Call of Nepal: Bibliotheca Himalayica, Series II, Volume 17

Author: J P Cross > Nepal

The purpose of BIBLIOTHECA HIMALAYICA is to make available works on the natural history and civilizations of Central Asia and the Himalaya. The selection of books includes new works by present-day sch ... .. read more


Nepal: An Essential Handbook for trekkers
Author: Amy R. Kaplan, Michael Keller > Trekking

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Portfolio Behaviour of Commercial Banks in Nepal
Author: Sunity Shrestha > Others

The concept of banking system was introduced in Nepal with the establishment of Nepal Bank Ltd. in 1937. The financial scenario has changed with introduction of joint venture banks in 1984. The domest ... .. read more


The Throne of Stone: A Reconstructed Village Version of the Pre-Dawn of the Gorkha Dynasty: 1479-1559
Author: J P Cross > History

Who would be the next king appointed on the Throne of Stone?

For three generations struggles in parts of what is now Nepal and northern India mired the peace by land-grabbing, kidnap, murder, feuds ... ..
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Tales of the Turquoise: A Pilgrimage in Dolpo
Author: Corneille Jest > Stories

Tales of the Turquoise is put together from day-to-day notes of events taken during a twenty day pilgrimage of many of the major temples,. shrines and sacred mountains of the Dolpo region of north-wes ... .. read more


The Newars: An Ethno-Sociological Study of a Himalayan Community

Author: Gopal Singh Nepali > Upcoming

The Newars of Nepal are a people with a high degree of material culture and a distinctive social organisation. Though stray references on them are available from the pioneering accounts of Levi, Hodgs ... .. read more


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.8, No.2 December 2003
Author: Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mery Des Chene, Sei > SINHAS Journal

Articles :
Bryan Maddox - Language policy: Modernist ambivalence and social exclusion: A case study of Rupandehi district in Nepal’s tarai. Page 205-224
Seira Tamang - Patriarchy and the prod ... ..
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On The Edge of The Auspicious: Gender and Caste in Nepal
Author: Mary M. Cameron > Gender Studies

Winner of the NWSA - Illinois Manuscript Award

People of lower caste live throughout the villages of Nepal but have been noticeably absent from ethnographic accounts of the Himalayan region. Starti ... ..
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Dangerous Wives and Sacred Sisters: Social and symbolic Roles of High-Caste Women in Nepal
Author: Lynn Bennett > Gender Studies

This comprehensive study explores the ways in which the social and symbolic roles of high-caste (Brahman-Chetri) Nepali women combine to define their position in patrilineal Hindu society. A multileve ... .. read more


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