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Some characteristics of migration in mountain society: case studies from Garhwal Himalaya

, : Some characteristics of migration in mountain society: case studies from Garhwal Himalaya. Economic Journal of Nepal 12(3): 49-61

In the rural society of the mountainous Garhwal Himalaya, India, migration has been increasing. Case studies have been undertaken of seasonal, rural-urban and out-migration in different parts of the region.


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