Nepal is a country of multi cultural, multi-religious, multi-lingual, pluralistic and mosaic society. Ethnic communities have their own distinct healing practices. It has been widely felt that access of modern medication in the rural as well as in urban community is very low; despite the service outlets have been made available even at periphery level by government. Health Care practices – Modern, Traditional, Self-medication, Alternative are existed in almost each and every community, are indispensable part of our health system. Merely establishment of Sub-Health Post, training for Health Workers cannot ensure the access of health service, also requires attempt on the Socio-economic assessment, cultural and behavioural diagnosis.