Raute caste is listed ethnic group of Nepal. The Raute are still lived by hunting, gathering and bartering. They very less often appear in villages. They still live in Jungle. They barter wooden boxes and bowl against rice with the village people near their camp. And again back to their camp in Jungle collecting the food. They frequently hunt the monkey and they supply of monkey meat with other forest food.
They are still live nomadic life. They can not afford to stay more than two to three weeks in the same camp as they get food scares. They make small hut of twigs and leaves with ample area for couples and their infant. Their belonging support for their mobile settlement. They belong only hatchet, axe and chisel. That tools is used to collect foods and a pot for cooking. Rautes’ areas are Puthan, Jajarkot, Achham, Doti, Jumla, Dolpo, Dang, Dang Deukhuri, Banke.
Language: Raute people speak Khamchi Language bassed on Bhot-Burmas language.