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13 Hidden Facts about Raute Jati Community of Nepal
- Raute are a nomadic ethnic group officially recognized by the Government of Nepal.
- They are known especially for their hunting of langur and macaque monkeys for
- Raute community in Nepal : They also gather wild forest tubers, fruits and greens on a regular basis.
- To obtain grain, iron, cloth they trade handmade wooden bowls and boxes to local
- Actual and total Population of Raute in Nepal is unknown. But their home are the thick hilly forest of Dailekh, Jajarkot, Surkhet, Salyan, Kalikot, Achham, Jumla, Makwanpur, Darchula, Baitadi district.
- Raute Culture in Nepal : Their leader is named as ‘Manbahadur’.
- All most compulsorily follow the order of the leader.
- If any one die in this group, the deadbody is clothed and buried, in the net of killing monkeys with property or burnt in their hut and migrate to another place.
- The Raute are also known as Banraja, raji, Banrawal, Banmanche, Rautya, etc.
- The Rautes do Nagpuja, Masto Bhairab Puja and Puja of nature.
- In this ethnic group, the tradition of not doing agriculture, not making permanent settlement and not touching money prevails.
- The not touching money tradition is changing these days.
- Rautes emphasize that they wish to remain full-time foragers and not assimilate into the surrounding fanning population.
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