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Title: High Altitude Animal Husbandry and the Thakalis of Thak Khola: Biology and Trade in the Himalays
Language of title: English
Author/Creator: Andrew E. Manzardo
One Sentence Summary: The article discusses high altitude animal husbandry and its relationship with trade in the Himalayas.

Description: The article discusses high altitude animal husbandry. A successful system of animal husbandry is a critical element in maintaining a successful trading system in an area with poor transportation such as the Himalayas. The article discusses some of the special features of Thakali high altitude husbandry. It is based on a survey of the Thakalis of the Thak Khola. It mainly focuses on the linkages between animal husbandry and trade in Thak Sat Sae. (Rajeev Ranjan Singh 2007-01-29)

Publisher Place: Kirtipur, Nepal
Publisher: Center for Nepal and Asian Studies
Normalized publisher place: Kathmandu
Publisher country: Nepal
Publisher URL: http://www.cnastu.org.np/
Published Date: 1984-04
URL: http://www.thlib.org/static/reprints/contributions/CNAS_11_02_03.pdf
Subject: Himalayan trade
Classification: Tibetan and Himalayan -- Journals -- Journals Focused on Regions -- Nepal -- Contributions to Nepalese Studies -- (1984) Vol. 11, no. 2
Cultural Coverage: Nepal
Language: English
Source: Contributions to Nepalese Studies
Source Editor: Kamal P. Malla
Source Type: Journal
Source Volume: 11
Source Number: 2
Source Page Numbers: 21-36
ISBN/ISSN: 3767574

Means of availability: Available online as a PDF within the Tibetan & Himalayan Library's bibliographic database.

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Resource Type: Article
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