Fatalism and Development: Nepal's Struggle for Modernization
Orient Blackswan, Jan 1, 1991 - Nepal - 184 pages
The book concentrates on the social and cultural factors which lie behind the current Nepal crisis locating the root cause in the Brahmin-Chhetri minority which dominates Kathmandu and other towns. Fatalism and the caste system still flourish behind the facade of modern bureaucracy, at all levels of government, in education, foreign aid, politics and administration. The author attempts to distill all his experience into a portrait of his society.
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Review: Fatalism And Development: Nepal's Struggle For ModernizationUser Review - Mohita - Goodreads
Overview of Nepal's history of why they are the way they are today!! Effects of Rana's rule and the aspect of different caste, their hierarchy and the way Nepalese behave in every other actions. If ... Read full review
Review: Fatalism And Development: Nepal's Struggle For ModernizationUser Review - Bashyal Subodh - Goodreads
This the best book I have ever found which clearly help us to understand the social, cultural, economical aspects of nepalese society. How they are interlinked with each other. It helps to indentify ... Read full review