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This dialect is being spoken by Shamoga people of upper Palas valley. They migrated from Jammu to Hazara plain and than to Palas Valley.
Originally they belong to Binyahaali people (as they mentioned BaNiyae).
|PAHARI-POTWARI||[PHR] Murree Hills north of Rawalpindi, and east
to Azad Kashmir. To the north in the lower half of the Neelum
Valley. Poonchi is east of Rawalakot. Potwari is in the plains
around Rawalpindi. Punchhi and Chibhali are reported to be in Jammu
and Kashmir. Alternate names: POTWARI, POTHOHARI, POTOHARI,
CHIBHALI, DHUNDI-KAIRALI. Dialects: PAHARI (DHUNDI-KAIRALI),
POTHWARI (POTWARI), CHIBHALI, PUNCHHI (POONCHI), MIRPURI.
Classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan,
Northern zone, Western Pahari.