At the Height of 400 Feet, the Bamboo Takes Out Honey, Which Is Worth 15 Thousand Rupees Per Kg

At the Height of 400 Feet, the Bamboo Takes Out Honey, Which Is Worth 15 Thousand Rupees Per Kg

You will also understand by reading this news, how precious honey is still for people’s lives. A person residing in Saudi village of Nepal removes honey after going to the high mountains of the Himalayas

The man, who is extracting honey, hanging on a bamboo ladder at an altitude of 400 feet, is Mouli Din. Mauli is 57 years old and still goes on the high mountains of the Himalayas and gets honey. Mauli Gurung belongs to the tribe. This tribe of Nepal is known as the dangerous hunter of honey.

At the Height of 400 Feet, the Bamboo Takes Out Honey, Which Is Worth 15 Thousand Rupees Per Kg

 

National Geography has prepared a documentary called ‘The Last Hunter Who Dies The Death’. This documentary has been prepared by photographer Renan Ozertke. During this time, Rayon spent a lot of time with Mauli and his disciple Asadan and went with them to make honey film. Ryan explains that seeing the method of hunting the Mauli, he had stopped feeling as if he had been infected. Because Mauli hangs out on high mountains only with the help of a bamboo ladder.

When Mauli hangs at a height of 400 feet, honey is left to see. The downward look was scary and there was no scope for error. However, Mosley does not make any difference to this matter. They are doing this work since childhood and they are similarly defeating death. Now the height of the mountains has become like a children’s game for them.

At the Height of 400 Feet, the Bamboo Takes Out Honey, Which Is Worth 15 Thousand Rupees Per Kg

 

Mauli says that now only two people who have left the honey in their tribe have survived. One and the other is his disciple, Asadan. Asadan is 40 years old. Earlier, the entire tribe used to work out honey, but due to low income, people gradually became involved with other businesses. Mauli had learned this skill from his father at the age of 15. They were always present in the mountains with their father.

Mauli learned to make a bamboo staircase from his father, bind him, and reach his honeycomb with his support. Mauli explains that so far he has cut bees so many times that his sting is no longer affected by them.

During this time, they collect honey up to 20 kg. The price of this honey in the market is 15 thousand rupees per kg. It is one of the best honey in the world.

 

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