Jamnapari (or Jamunapari) is a breed of goat originating from India and Bangladesh. Since 1953 they have been imported to Indonesia (popular as Etawa goat, and its mixture with a local goat called "PE", peranakan Etawa or Etawa mix) where they have been a great success. It is bred for both milk and meat. The name is derived from the river Jamna Par in Uttar Pradesh, India.
This breed is one of the ancestors of the American Nubian.
In India there were an estimated 580,000 of the breed in the 1972 census, although less than 5000 were thought to be purebred.