Homestay becoming a source of income
The family of Yagya Bahadur Rana, a resident of Khadkwar in Kohalpur Municipality-13 of Banke, has started to take care of the guests today. According to Krishna Chaudhary, Central Secretary General of the Homestay Federation and Chairman of Gavar Valley Community Homestay in Banke, the first homestay is self-employed in the village. Employment has also been created As the consumption of banned substances has also started in the village, an environment has been created for the youth of the village to get employment in the village.
An environment is being created in the village where young people who want to work get involved in employment. Homestays across the district earn more than Rs 10 million annually, said General Secretary Chaudhary. Lal Bahadur Rana, chairman of Namuna Community Homestay, said, “After the establishment of Homestay in the village, there has been a significant change in the dialect of the villagers and a significant increase in livelihood and economic resources.” The homestay, which was started five years ago from three houses, is now operating in seven houses. The specialty of Khadkwar Homestay is to use only locally produced vegetables, food grains and local chicken and goat meat.
As it is easily accessible from the districts of Lumbini, Karnali and Far Western Province, the number of internal guests in the community homestay in Banke is increasing. Secretary General Chaudhary said that homestays and luxury hotels with large investments have been added along with the investment here. With an investment of around Rs. Homestay in Banke has become a source of livelihood not only for livelihood but also a source of income, said Chairman of Gavar Valley Community Housing.