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Nabin welcoming visitors to his farm in Lumle presently spread at 12 ropanis of leased land
A cup of conversation—Nabin Devkota and his unexpected Lumle coffee shop
Nepal's coffee economy
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Nabin Devkota is a farmer-entrepreneur based at Lumle, Kaski. He runs Lumle Coffee Estate and a coffee outlet at Lumle.
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