Barha

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Barha is Sanskrit for a peacock's tail;

Barha may also refer to Sayyids of Barha a prominent noble family and military clan in mughal era.

Barha (Nepal Bhasa:बाह्रा) is a Nepalese ceremony for girls. It involves twelve days of solitude without males or sunlight. See Bahra

Barha also refers to a Nepalese savory pancake.