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Kitchen Cleanliness Practices of Rural Women

Kitchen Cleanliness Practices of Rural Women

Author Name : Mrs. Swarn Lata, Dr. (Mrs.) Razia Parvez, Dr. Rekha Verma


The rural Indian women are an essence of strength; she is performing her household duties from morning to night. Rural women play in ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities, improving rural livelihoods and overall comfort. The present study entitled, “Kitchen Cleanness Practices of Rural Women” was under taken the study the kitchen cleanness practices of rural women. To collect the Primary data the survey method was adopted. Close ended interview schedule was prepared for data collection. The study was carried out for the data collection from six villages selected from Chaka Block namely “Sanayi ka Pura”, “Murlicot”, “Nya ka Pura”,“Dadri” “Dhanua” and “Baswar”. A total of 252 rural women were selected for the present study and 42 rural women were taken from each selected village. Frequencies percentages were used for statistical analysis. On the basis of collected data the rural women need to the aware time to time related kitchen cleanliness practices. The kitchen should be free from all problematic pathogens which lead the constipation, diarrhea, cholera, typhoid and jaundice. Thus everyone should clean their kitchen and daily improve the kitchen environment for healthy and happy family life.   

Keyword: Kitchen Rural Women, Kitchen Cleanness, Health.