Tag Archive: garhwal

Oct
23

Business in Chattis in British Garhwal

Business in Chattis in British Garhwal – British Administration in Garhwal -204 – History of British Rule/Administration over Kumaun and Garhwal (1815-1947) -224 – History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon and Haridwar) -1057 – By: Bhishma Kukreti (History Student) There were Chattis on Rishikesh –badrinath- Kedarnath –Gangotri-Jamnotri roads. Chatti means a temporary staying place for tourists …

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Oct
22

Business by Khadwal community in British Garhwal

Business by Khadwal community in British Garhwal – British Administration in Garhwal -203 – History of British Rule/Administration over Kumaun and Garhwal (1815-1947) -223 – History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon and Haridwar) -1056 – By: Bhishma Kukreti (History Student) Khadwal community businessmen were suppliers and distributors as well for Bhotiya businessmen. Khadwal used to distribute …

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Oct
22

Bhotiya Business in Garhwal

Business by Bhotiyas in British Garhwal – British Administration in Garhwal -202 – History of British Rule/Administration over Kumaun and Garhwal (1815-1947) -222 – History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon and Haridwar) -1055 – By: Bhishma Kukreti (History Student) Bhotiya business was most important for Garhwal economics in British rule. Bhotiyas used to buy grains from …

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Oct
22

Tea Gardening in British Garhwal

Tea Gardening in British Garhwal – British Administration in Garhwal -201 – History of British Rule/Administration over Kumaun and Garhwal (1815-1947) -221 – History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon and Haridwar) -1054 – By: Bhishma Kukreti (History Student) Tea trading in Europe by calling tea from China and Indo-China islands was profit making trade. A few …

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Oct
17

Wood Crafts

Wood and Bamboo Craft Occupations in British Garhwal – British Administration in Garhwal -198 – History of British Rule/Administration over Kumaun and Garhwal (1815-1947) -218 – History of Uttarakhand (Garhwal, Kumaon and Haridwar) -1051 – By: Bhishma Kukreti (History Student) People called kitchen and house hold utensils as ‘Katho-Mato’. Kath means wood and Mato means …

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