साँचा:Infobox Karukhushiyal Tharu

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Tharu people
Tharu Mahila.jpg
Tharu woman
कुल जनसंख्या
ख़ास आवास क्षेत्र
Flag of Nepal.svg नेपाल 1,737,470[1]
Bihar 159,939 [2]
Uttar Pradesh 105,291
Uttarkhand 91,342
Tharu languages, Nepali language
Hinduism, Buddhism, traditional beliefs
अन्य सम्बंधित समूह

The Tharu people are an ethnic group indigenous to the southern foothills of the Himalayas; most of the Tharu people live in the Nepal Terai.[3][4][5][6] The word थारू thāru[7] is thought to be derived from sthavir meaning follower of Theravada Buddhism.[8] Some Tharu groups also live in the Indian Terai, foremost in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.[9][10][11]

The Tharus are recognized as an official nationality by the Government of Nepal.[12] The Government of India recognizes the Tharu people as a scheduled tribe.[9]

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