Ror

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Ror
Religions Hinduism
Languages Haryanvi, Khariboli, Hindi
Populated states Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal, Uttarakhand
Subdivisions Chaurāsi, Bānggar, Khāddar, Nardak

The Ror community is found mainly to the north of New Delhi in India with most of their villages in Karnal, Kurukshetra, Kaithal and Panipat of Haryana and across those districts of Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand that are close to the Haryana border.

on the final day Hindu Rao Indrajt Ghorpade is setting up a Trust/Foundation that shall arrange to organise the Annual function at Panipat in conjunction with the Rods and the Haryana Government. This Trust will have prominent Marathas from all over India. ● It is proposed that every year from 12th January till 14th January a Maratha -Haryana Sangam be held in Panipat at Kala Amb In Panipat. Festivities to include ● Maharshtra and haryana dance and culture including tamasha. ● Sports like Football, Hockey and Rural Sports like Kabaddi, Kho Kho etc. ● Literary festival where poets and Authors get together ● Visitors can be put up in Dharamshalas in Panipat and affluent ones can stay in Delhi as it is just a 90 minute drive early morning from North Delhi. ● Food stalls ● On the last day a prayer and a Yajna for the departed souls with appropriate Poojas and Purohits. ● Sounding the last Post by an Army Bugler.

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