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Understanding the Tharu perspective on the 2015 Tikapur incident, by Prasansha Rimal (rec 02/09/2021)

The fishing village and the stolen boat : They stole our ghats. They stole our boats. They stole our rivers and our fish. Crushers in our rivers, they even stole the lands of our ancestors, by Raju Syangtan (rec 11/08/2021)

Tracing the origins of the Gurungs: New research findings on Gurung genealogy will have definite repercussions on the collective repositioning of various indigenous ethnic communities, by Mahendra P. Lama (kp 27/11/2019)

A Dashain diversion: Stories of history and society from perspective of Dalits, Janjatis and Madhesis remain to be written. Until then, only way to get their version is to listen to their woes firsthand, by CK Lal (rep 08/10/2018)

Redeeming Local History: Connecting To The Roots, by Mukti Rijal (rn 16/04/2015)
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History of the Sherpas (chronological chart)



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