Sunday, January 15, 2012
Women and Paddy Field of Khokana
Hardworking women farmers from Khokana village, Lalitpur heading for their paddy field to work. The month of June in Nepal is season of planting paddy, followed by mid September to October as harvesting time. Agriculture is the major sector of Nepalese economy. It provides employment opportunities to 66 per cent of the total population and contributes about 36 per cent in the GDP.
Location: Khokana, Nepal
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