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  • n. Plural form of Pahari.

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Examples

  • Highlighting the issue of discrimination with Jammu Prof Gupta made it clear that Jammu State Morcha (P) would contest the forthcoming election in the state on the plank of reorganization of J&K State that includes the creation of separate Jammu State alongwith states of Ladakh & Kashmir, and a union territory for Kashmiri Pandits, Gujjars and Paharis carved out in the Kashmir Valley.

    State Morcha demanded reorganization of Jammu & Kashmir state

  • The four reeking Paharis pulled up at the telegraph office, and Madeline sped up the steps.

    The Pool in the Desert

  • Daramsallas (stone-walled shelters), and in default of these my men put up for me a neatly-made "Chahna" [5] or "chöpper," a hut of mats and branches of trees, in the construction of which the Paharis are wonderfully dexterous.

    In the Forbidden Land

  • The Paharis are described, at that time, as without caste, priests, or public religion, as living on Indian corn and by hunting, for which they carry bows and arrows.

    Life of William Carey

  • Kashmir govt for grant of Scheduled Tribe status to Paharis Three militant hideouts busted in Jammu

    Analysis

  • Kashmir govt for grant of Scheduled Tribe status to Paharis

    Analysis

  • Rahul's visit to J&K: Paharis welcome him, Gujjars unhappy

    WN.com - Articles related to Priyanka revives grandmother's tradition of holidays in Kashmir

  • They were shifted from avalanche-prone hamlets belonging to Gujjars and Paharis.

    Analysis

  • The gruesome violence, abduction and killings that occur here, the fire that burns houses and sacred spaces such as temples, are all elements of the spectacle of violence that has two different kinds of audiencesthe Bengalis and the Paharis.

    Drishtipat Writers' Collective

  • Known as Paharis or Hill People they are easily distinguishable from the people of the plains in terms of their features, socio-cultural practices and economic activities.

    Drishtipat Writers' Collective

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