A yearly climate,festivals and working status in Jumla



Y       e      Yearly climate and festivals celebrated by local in Jumla are as follows;
   

S.no
Month
English Month
                      Activities

1
Baisakh
Apr/May
Hot temperature, collection of fire wood and drypine, few rains occur ,sun and rain,windy air
2
Jestha
May/Jun
Hot temperature during day time ,People goes for collection of Herbal product like yarcha Gumba,Red Mushroom,  sometime Raining , harvesting of Barley and planting rice, preparing for seedling of millet,
3
Ashar
Jun/Jul
Harvesting of Wheat,raining   
4
Shrawan
July/Aug
Collection of Bhulte,Katuko, more raining, Yarshaagumba -cordyceps sinesis, Jatamasi –Narrdostachys, Drandiflora- Jatamasi,
Bihsajara -Aconitum Spp, Chirayito Swertia Chirata, Satuwa-Paris polyphylla
5
Bhadra
Aug/Sep
Harvesting of fruits (Apple,Walnut,Apricoat) collecting of green grass
Sunny weather starting cold
6
Ashoj
Sep/Oct
Dashain Festival,Harvesting of almost of all crops like Paddy, Maize, Millets, potatoes,Workload for women (man and women work together)
Barley and wheat plantation for next season. Sunny weather and cold in morning and evening and windy.Hard time for women
7
Kartik
Oct/Nov
Dipawali (Tihar Festival), Busy of colletion of grass and continue of harvesting of crops. End of Kartik Starting of “frosting” and rises of coldness
8
Mangsir
Nov/Dec
Also known as wedding month. Collection of dry pine and leaves from forest for bedding of domestic animal which helps for making compost for field. Collection of firewood from forest. Carrying of compost to the field. So cold some time snowing and rain.
9
Poush
Dec/Jan
Poush Phandra(15) festival celeberating by playing deuda(local dance) having nice foods, Mostly snowing and dry air
10
Magh
Jan/Feb
Maghi festivals very cold but sunny, Mostly snowing less work
11
Falgun
Feb/Mar
Sunny weather,Starting warmer
12
Chaitra
Mar/Apr
Windy , seedling of rice, Dry air



summer in Jumla
women carrying firewood

Jumla valley

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