Barasingha (English) [ IPA: Barasingha ASM: বৰাসিংহ]
1. Animal(Common Noun) The Barasingha or Barasinga is a species of deer, native to India and Nepal. In Assam in the North-East India, barasingha is traditionally known as dolhorina, similar to its English name (swamp deer) as dol in Assamese means swamp. In Central India it is called goinjak (stags) or gaoni (hinds). The Barasingha was previously seen across most of North and central India in areas of moist forest and swampland. With the destructions of its habitat, the Barasingha is now seen in isolated protected forests in Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Madhya Pradesh. The Barasingha is a medium sized deer. It can grow to a height of 130 cm and weigh up to 180 Kg. The Barasingha has a dense brown coat that keeps it warm and dry in its moist habitat. The coat of the male Barasingha becomes darker in color during the mating season. The antlers of an adult male Barasingha can grow up to 75cm long and can have more than 12 points.
জলাহত থাকি ভাল পোৱা ঠেঙৰ খুৰা বহল এজাতি ধুনীয়া ডাঙৰ শিঙৰ হৰিণ৷ ঘৰৰ সৌন্দৰ্য বৰ্দ্ধনৰ কাৰণে মানুহে ইয়াৰ শিং সজায় থয়৷