The topography of Himalayas presents them as unique natural monuments. Himalayas have been regarded to be the toughest topography on this planet; still these heavenly mountains have nurtured and preserved, a rich, warm and lively culture. Being isolated from the rest of world, these Himalayan wonderlands still preserves local dialects.
Difficult to communicate sometimes, however communication barrier can be surmounted by usage of the local terms which will bridge the gap of the modern world with them.
Aari: Small saw which is operated by single person
Anar/Daru: Pomegranate (a tropical fruit with many seeds), Punica granatum
Angoori: Grape vine, Vitis spp.
Angora: Type of goat
Aonla: Emblica Officinalis
Arbi: Colocasia species
Barter system: A system in which purchase and sale of animals, farm produce and goods is based on exchange basis
Bathu: A leafy vegetable, Chenopodium album
Ber: Zizypus mauritiana (an important fruit tree)
Berka: Threshing pole
Beul: Grewia optiva
Bhains: Salix tetrasperma
Bhang: Cannabis sativa, a multipurpose narcotic plant
Bharal: Animal found in cold desert of Himachal Pradesh