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The brothels that developed in these new centers may well have included women from Nepal and from the surrounding areas.

According to research in 1997 by the Nepal Institute for Development Studies — the first systematic look at Nepali foreign labor migration — as many as 750,000 men and women were working in India's private sector.

Most were engaged in manual labor jobs in industry, construction work, agriculture, or the service sector.

Their wages tended to be low and the work was often dirty, dangerous, and even degrading.

For example, some 100,000 to 150,000 Nepali women are estimated (by many sources, but with little empirical evidence) to be employed in the sex industry across India.

During the 1920s and 1930s in particular, there was a significant increase in the number of Nepali men and women working in India.

Some intellectuals regarded this as shameful because it reflected poorly on the state of development within Nepal and revealed the ruling Rana dynasty's failure to generate economic prosperity within the country.

In World War II, Nepal again provided hundreds of thousands of men as soldiers, and again suffered significant casualties and losses.