The Thakali (ethnic group): photo 8
Photo 8 of 29 in Gallery: The Thakali (ethnic group)
Image title: Thakali common room
Mha dhim (म्ह धिम्) - Common room including Kitchen, Dining and Sitting. Mha dhin is a Nepali word and can also be transliterated from Devanari as Mhadhin (मधिन), Mhadhina, Mhadhim (म्हधिम्), Mhadhima, Ma Dhina or Ma Dhima.
The Thakali people are an indigenous ethnic group from Nepal whose rise of power can be dated to the mid-19th century. The Thakalis originate from Thak Khola, north-west of Pokhara, western Nepal. Thy are primarily Buddhist practitioners. The Thakali language represents a branch of the Tibet-Barman family, related to languages such as Gurung and Magar.