Khanpur, Delhi

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Khanpur is a neighbourhood in Delhi, India, situated in the South Delhi district, on the Mehrauli- Badarpur Road. Its surrounding localities are Madangir, Dr. Ambedkar Nagar, Tigri and Dakishinpuri, plus Indo-Tibetan Border Police's (ITBP) National Centre for UNCIVPOL training is also situated at Tigri in Khanpur[1][2]

The main population in the area consisted of Gujjars, mainly Basist (Bossatta). These peoples migrated here from Sarai Kale kha around 100 years ago. Gujjars are the second largest ethenic group of the world with speaking exactly the same language spoken all around the world called gujri or gojri.

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