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Traditional clothing of the Sherpas, which is worn by males and females, are long inner shirts which overlap a wool pant-like garment. A Bakhu (a wrap-around robe) is an alternative option for both genders to wear if preferred. For footwear, Sherpas can wear high woolen boots with tall soles.
For housing, the Sherpas will construct their own shelter on stable ground. This can either be made of materials such as bamboo, stone and/or wooden logs, which depends on the surrounding resources. As well as this, some huts might have 4 levels because of accommodation for tourists visiting their region to learn more about their culture and lifestyle.
The Sherpa diet is dominated by starchy foods such as vegetables, spices, and meat. Dinner is usually a shakpa (a Tibetan stew) served with dough balls, potatoes and vegetables. As practicing Buddhists, the Sherpas will not personally kill the animals they consume. Lunch is consumed in the late morning and is boiled potatoes dipped in ground spices.
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