Q. 94.3( 3 Votes )

Who are Gujjar Ba

Answer :

Gujjar Bakarwals of Jammu and Kashmir are herders of goat and sheep.

1. They move between their winter and summer grounds. In winters when the ground is covered with snow, they live with their herds in the Siwalik range.


2. The herds feed on the dry scrub forests. By April, they start moving to their summer grazing grounds.


3. After crossing the Pir Panjal passes they reach the Kashmir valley. With the onset of summer, the snow has melted, and the valley is covered with variety of flowers and grasses.


4. They provide nutritious forage for the animals. By the end of September, they come back to their winter homes in the Siwalik.


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