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Tree and land tenure in the eastern Nepal terai

Bhishma P. Subedi

Tree and land tenure in the eastern Nepal terai

a case study by rapid appraisal

by Bhishma P. Subedi

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Published by Institute of Forestry in Pokhara, Nepal .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Nepal.,
    • Forests and forestry -- Nepal.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Bhishma P. Subedi, Chintamani L. Das, and Donald A. Messerschmidt.
      ContributionsDas, Chintamani L., Messerschmidt, Donald A. 1940-, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations., Sweden. Styrelsen för internationell utveckling.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD860.9 .S8 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1374798M
      LC Control Number92906518

      1 LAND DISPUTES AND SETTLEMENT MECHANISMS IN NEPAL ’S TERAI Danielle Stein (Justice and Security Research Programme, LSE) Bert Suykens (Conflict Research Group, University of Ghent) Introduction Land has long been among the most politically contentious issues in Nepal. Tree and land tenure in the Eastern Terai, Nepal: a case study from the Sihara and Saptari Districts, Nepal. Rome: FAO of the United Nations, []. Rome: FAO of the United Nations, []. (CHIFLEY large book HDS82 ).

      Thomas Bell is a British journalist who has been living in Nepal for 20+ years. He arrived in the country in the midst of the decade-long Maoist insurgency, and has witnessed all of the country’s recent upheavals, from the massacre of the royal family to the end of the war and the formation of the republic, to the earthquakes in Kathmandu is a brutal, unflinching examination of. The Nepal section of the TAL has over million people and immigration to the Terai still continues apace, contributing significantly to the population growth rate of %. These new immigrants, usually with political-backing, encroach into state forests, clear land and begin to cultivate, or sell the land and move on to encroach and occupy Cited by:

      When you think of Nepal, it's usually the northern half that comes to mind, the extraordinary, world-famous Himalaya. But what about the southern half of the country? Most of it is the very opposite, a hot, subtropical plain known as the Terai, which stretches north from the border with India. The. Plants. Plants. Of the total number of species found globally, Nepal possesses percent plants. Research in showed that Nepal has 6, flowering plant species, representing 1, genera and families. Nepal’s share of flowering plant species is percent of the global total compared to earlier records of percent.


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Tree and land tenure in the eastern Nepal terai by Bhishma P. Subedi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tree and land tenure in the eastern Nepal terai: A case study by rapid appraisal Bhishma P Subedi, Chintamani L. Das, and Donald A. Messerschmidt Published by Institute of Forestry ().

During a study of tree and land tenure in the eastern Nepal Terai (Subedi et al, in press), our team of three (two Nepalis, one expatriate) spent some time among the Maithili-speaking Musahars, landless labourers of the lowest Hindu caste.

One team member was a higher caste Maithili speaker; the other was a Nepali Brahmin, the highest Hindu caste. Tree and land tenure in the Eastern Terai, Nepal: a case study from the Sihara and Saptari Districts, Nepal.

Rome: FAO of the United Nations, []. (CHIFLEY large book HDS82 ) Hunting. Campbell, Walter. My Indian journal.

Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, (CHIFLEY Bliss KWL C) Carpenter, Edward, The issue of forest management in Terai has been debated for many years. Being an economically valuable forest, it is always exploited for power and economic benefits. Though the Government of Nepal through policies and management prescriptions has.

communal land tenure prevalent in the eastern, and several of the western, hill districts of Nepal. Unlike Raikar, this form of land tenure derives its origin from customary and traditional occupation of the land.

Local autonomy in the Pallo-kirat area, of which the Kipat system forms one aspect, will also be discussed in this volume. The ‘Terai’ refers to the fertile strip of low-lying land sandwiched between the Himalayan foothills and the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plain, running from west to east throughout southern Nepal, and stretching to India and Bhutan.

1 The Terai incorporates 20 of Nepal’s 75 districts. In the eastern Terai, ownership of trees on holdings is an important indicator of wealth. Tree tenure appears to be a critical element in the maintenance of social and economic status, power and prestige, and in the local perception of wealth and success in agricultural activity.

The Terai of Nepal is the low, flat land lying mainly to the south of the Siwalik Hills. It extends from east to west along the country. FOREST POLICY IN NEPAL: Implications for Social Forestry Janet Stewart As the deforestation of the slopes of the Himalayas continues, the resulting environmental degradation is directly affecting most of the rural population of Nepal.

The cycle is well known not only to the farmers themselves but to foresters, planners and policy makers. The Terai or Tarai (Hindi: तराई Nepali: तराइ) is a lowland region in northern India and southern Nepal that lies south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas, the Sivalik Hills, and north of the Indo-Gangetic lowland belt is characterised by tall grasslands, scrub savannah, sal forests and clay rich northern India, the Terai spreads from the Yamuna River Rivers: Karnali River, Gandaki River, Koshi River.

In Januarythe Institute of Forestry (IOF) in Nepal was approached by the "Development of Income and Employment through Community Forestry Project" (DIECF) to conduct a study of tree and land tenure, using rapid appraisal methodology, in two villages in Nepal's eastern Terai (lowlands).

2 Ancient Nepal time of King Harishchandra, Guru Vashista (the BP) were still practicing slashing and burning earlier one) and Viswamitrzi (the first one) can be techniques to conquer new territories in India and estimated to be around 4, seems that the Nepal and fix.

Some advantages to having an outsider on the team. During a study of tree and land tenure in the. and Land Tenure in the Eastern Nepal. Terai: A Study by Rapid Appraisal. Author: Don Messerschmidt. Book Initial Mapping Date KEY FORMAT SETTINGS Column Widths and Margins Number of Rows (Lines) Why Go" Hear the word Nepal’ and an image of the flat, hot plains of the Terai is probably not the first to come to mind.

However, this narrow strip of land wedged between the Indian border and the Himalaya holds some of Nepal’s most fascinating.

Terai region lies in the southernmost part of the country which covers total area of 23% of the total land of the country. Terai region is divided into three sub divisions. The sub divisions of the terai region of Nepal are Inner Terai, Main Terai and Bhabar Terai.

Terai region comprises altogether of 20 districts of Nepal. The terai region lies in the southern part of the kingdom of Nepal. It spreads from Mechi in the east to Mahakali in the west. The terai in the east is wider than in the west. The southern part of the terai has fertile soil, while the northern part is full of stones, boulders and sands.

The terai is situated at about 60 to meters from the. The Terai-Duar Savanna Ecoregion is spread over the southern slopes of the Himalayas in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.

The Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) lies within this ecoregion covering an area of approximat sq km in India and Nepal stretching from the Bagmati River in the East to the Yamuna River in the Size: 3MB.

Tree and Land Tenure in the Eastern Terai, Nepal: A case study from the Siraha and Saptari districts, Nepal. Community Forestry Case Study Series 9. FAO, Rome, Italy. The terai region of Nepal is the lower southen belt of Nepal which represent tropical and sub-tropical ecological zone which have there own types of vegetation.

The average climatic condition represents relatively warmer and humid type thus favourable for rapid and vigorous plant growth The trees listed below under tree species found in Terai region represent tree species found below m.

Terai is a low land region containing some hill ranges. Looking out for its coverage, it covers 17% of the total area of Nepal. The Terai (also spelled Tarai) region begins at the Indian border and includes the southernmost part of the flat, intensively farmed Gangetic Plain called the Outer Terai.

By the 19th century, timber and other Area: Ranked 93rd. The fertile far-eastern Tarai districts of Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari form the most ethnically diverse belt of Nepal, and is home to hill settlers and numerou.Explore Eastern Terai holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.

| Bound by the Indian states of Bihar, Sikkim and West Bengal, the eastern Terai is broadly a mirror image of the west. The rolling hills of the Mahabharat Range are squeezed between the dry eastern plains and the Himalaya.LAND TENURE REFORM IN NEPAL Dr. Nava Raj Chalise INTRODUCTION The land system is an important adjunct of economic, social or political structure Of an agrjcuttural country such as Nepal.

Reform in the prevailing land system has always remained an important issue in the body politic of the country ever since the Rana.