Raute Nomads Trail Trekking

The Raute hate agriculture because they regard sowing seeds as agriculture. That’s why they depend mainly in the forest and not agriculture. And because they depend on the forests, they sometimes encounter wild animals. Just recently, one of their own tribes was injured and the other was killed by an attack from bear. And if someone dies at a certain place, they migrate to another place.

Raute Nomads Trail Trekking Living further insight on the lifestyle of Raute, it wrote that they live in temporary camps and make their tents with wooden branches. They also hide and live away from the villagers. It also mentioned that they move their camps ever few weeks on different hills and mountains. It is however, not mentioned that they speak Chepang language, which nearly 37,000 people speak in Nepal

Writing more about the Rautes, they also gave information that the work was according to gender. While male are away hunting, women are busy in day to day activities such as cooking, washing and collecting water. The Rautes depend mainly on the forest. They only cut common species of trees which is very good.

When asked why they don’t study, they reply that the whole world has studied and their study is theirs. They also believe that their own culture and tradition should be prioritized than other.

Though, from the Government of Nepal they have been getting pressure to comply to the normal standards of living, they still live in the secretive ways as always.

 

Raute Nomads Trail Trekking Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 5 reviews
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    Upper Mustang Nepal (Tiji festival 2017)

    ★★★★★
    5 5 1
    The tour was really well organized by Ashok. The guest houses where good and clean. In Lo Mantang we stayed in a Home stay what is the best way to see the live of the locals. Ashok came also with us and made great food for us. The service during this trip was excellent and I would go with him again. Thanks for the wonderful time in Upper Mustang.

    Upper Mustang Nepal (Tiji festival 2017)

    ★★★★★
    5 5 1
    The tour was really well organized by Ashok. The guest houses where good and clean. In Lo Mantang we stayed in a Home stay what is the best way to see the live of the locals. Ashok came also with us and made great food for us. The service during this trip was excellent and I would go with him again. Thanks for the wonderful time in Upper Mustang.
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