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Bagar, also Bagad (बागड़) and even Bar, a term meaning the "dry country", refers to the sandy tract of north-western India and eastern parts of current Pakistan bordering India. For example, area north and south of Ravi river between Chenab river and Sutlej is called Ihang Bar.

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  • Bagar, also Bagad (बागड़) and even Bar, a term meaning the "dry country", refers to the sandy tract of north-western India and eastern parts of current Pakistan bordering India. For example, area north and south of Ravi river between Chenab river and Sutlej is called Ihang Bar. (en)
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  • Bagar, also Bagad (बागड़) and even Bar, a term meaning the "dry country", refers to the sandy tract of north-western India and eastern parts of current Pakistan bordering India. For example, area north and south of Ravi river between Chenab river and Sutlej is called Ihang Bar. (en)
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  • Bagar tract (en)
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