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The Dogri–Kangri languages, traditionally known as Western Pahari or sometimes Himachali, are a range of languages and dialects spoken across the Himalayan range, from Pakistan to Nepal.
Although traditionally called Western Pahari, they are not as close to the other Pahari languages as they are to Panjabi. They are a dialect chain, and neighboring varieties may be mutually intelligible.
- Dogri–Kangri (closer to each other than either is to the other languages)
- Mandeali and various Chambealic varieties
- Nuclear Himachali:
All Dogri–Kangri language are traditionally considered dialects of either Hindi or Panjabi.
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