It has become the need of the hour to probe into these queries for a better understanding of sex, sexuality, gender, and patriarchy, especially, in the context of Nepal in particular,
The book analyzes five female Nepali authors with disabilities: Radhika Dahal, Jhamak Ghimire, Sabitri Karki, Parijaat, and Mira Sahi, demonstrating the need for supportive gender policies to address the emotional and psychological needs of women with disabilities.
The paper is a qualitative analysis of the status of women and women in politics and administration in Nepal Himalaya. The paper reviews data on women in civil service and in administrative levels.
“In this world the most pervasive, important and dangerous conflicts will not be between social classes, rich and poor, or other economically defined groups, but people belonging to different cultural entities.”