pukras

noun
puk·​ras | \ˈpəkrəs\
variants: or pukras pheasant
plural -es

Definition of pukras 

: any of several pheasants of northern India and the Himalayas constituting the genus Pucrasia and being in the males mostly crested with long black ear tufts

called also koklas

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History and Etymology for pukras

pukras from native name in India

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