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Pahari

(pəhä`rē), languages or dialects of the Indic group of the Indo-Iranian subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Indo-IranianIndo-Iranian,
subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages, spoken by more than a billion people, chiefly in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka (see The Indo-European Family of Languages, table).
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The prolonged Madhesi agitation against the constitution is an indication that external forces have succeeded in polarizing the Madhesi and Pahari communities in Nepal.
Those living in plains of India may not realise that even in one of the fastest growing economies in the world Paharis still have to walk for kilometers in the rough terrain to reach their homes.
Mobility of Paharis was restricted due to heavy snowfall and there was no relief in close sight.
Nepal has always been a Hindu state hecause Hinduism functions as a unifying force to establish political bonding among different communitics: Pahari, Madhesi, Ncwafi, Chetfi and so on.
And Gujjars are the real Paharis as any one can survey in India to find that Gujjars live in mountains and follow nomadic life," said Mohd.
Nomadic Gujjars and Bakerwals, who today form 30 per cent of Jammu and Kashmir's population, are protesting against its move to provide ST status to the Pahari speaking people of Rajouri, Poonch and Kupwara districts.
My paper explores the rationale of the shaping schooling or the worldview of the Paharis about school, the way they constructed through education process.
How Paharis are thinking to face with modern world that is outside of their conventional worldview?
Some Gujjar leaders a" who are already ST a" have demanded that the paharis should not be given a similar status as it would affect the quota arithmetic in government jobs.
Abdullah's visit is also uncertain now," said Shahbaz Khan, the chief executive of Pahari Peoples Movement ( PPM).
The best examples of the fusion of Rajput feeling with Mughal naturalism are the late 18th-century Pahari paintings from the court of Guler.
Many of Seitz's most important Pahari paintings had come via the late Willy Wolff in New York.