Pahari Version of the Scripture

Pahari Version Of The Scripture The Pahari is spoken by the Paharis, a hill tribe in the Rajmahal district, Bengal, who are supposed to be among the earliest settlers in the country. The Reverend E. Droese, of Bhangalpore, who has spent nearly a quarter of a century among the Paharis, and who is the only European that knows much of their language, has translated the gospel of Luke, which was published by the Calcutta Auxiliary Bible Society in 1881. The same scholar also prepared a translation of the gospel of John, which was published in 1883. These are the only parts of the Scripture which are yet printed. (B.P.)

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