pahari in A Sentence

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    Besides this, the Pahari dialect is also popular in some areas.

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    Kali Pahari.

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    The main languages spoken are Hindi and Kumaoni Pahari.

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    Her songs expressed the struggles in the life of Pahari women.

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    Pahari is the main local language used here.

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    Pahari, Hindi, English are widely spoken.

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    Pahari communities were unable to compete with the other sections of the society as they have less access to education and health care.

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    I am not quite sure of its provenance, perhaps Pahari or may be Rajput, but certainly post 18th century.

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    Charan Pahari: Charan Pahari is on the southwest side of Nandagram, close to the road that goes to Kamyavana.

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    Other than Hindi, Pahari languages are spoken by the ethnic Pahari people, who form a major part of the population in the city.

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    Other than Hindi, Pahari languages is spoken by the ethnic Pahari people, who form a major part of the population in the city.

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    Although every former princely state within Himachal Pradesh has a local dialect named after it, Hindi(the official state language) and Pahari are the principal languages.

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    Presently, it is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh, with its population around 1.6 lacs(Shimla town only) having Altitude 2202.00 meters above sea level, Languages Pahari, Hindi and English, Best time to visit October to November & April to June and STD Code is 0177.

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    Presently, it is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh, with its population around 1.6 lacs(Shimla town only) having Altitude 2202.00 meters above sea level, Languages Pahari, Hindi and English, Best time to visit October to November and April to June and STD Code is 0177.

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    Similarly, the 24th Punjabi and 22nd Pahari also revolted.

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    Pahari painting grew out of the Mughal painting, though this was patronized mostly by the Rajput kings who ruled many parts of the region, and gave birth to a new idiom in Indian painting.

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