‘Dari’ and its types

There has been a great discussion and a long series of disagreement on the categorization of ‘dari’. But recently national dari conference October 2009 held on Kathmandu has come across an agreement according to which dari is categorized on the basis of it’s allocation, the way it looks and the personality, attitude and behavior that it reflects. Finally, we have four types of dari which are explained below:

  1. Imandari (इमान्दारी): Imandari, located just above the upper lips and below the nose    represent an honesty of a man.
  2. Hawadari (हवलदारी): Hawadari, located just below the lower lips represent a sense of humor in a person.
  3. Bokedari (बोकेदारी): Bokedari, located just beneath the hawadari represent the sexual attitude of a man.
  4. Dikdari (दिक्दारी): Dikdari, located on either side of the cheeks represent boredom of a person.

Hence, this classification of dari has helped us to identify our character and can be probably used for better modification and understanding of our life.
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