Garhwali, a central pahari dialect, is spoken by 3 million Indians in the Garhwal (Uttarakhand state). It is considered a in danger language. His writing is the devanagari script.
The Garhwal is a region of India in the Himalayas of Kumaon, in the north of Siwalik and in the south of Tibet. The two most famous places of pilgrimage are the towns of Badrinath and Kedarnath. The current Garhwalis are the descendants of waves of successive migrations in this region.