Kusunda people

The Kusunda or Ban Raja, known to themselves as the Mihaq or Myahq, are a tribe of former hunter-gatherers of the forests of western Nepal, who are now intermarried with neighboring peoples and settled in villages.
Raute people
Raute & janjati are a nomadic gypsy ethnic group officially recognized by the Government of Nepal. They are known for subsistence hunting of langur and macaque monkeys. They gather wild forest tubers, fruits, and greens on a regular basis. To obtain grain
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Sara Sara District
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Raji–Raute languages
Raji–Raute is a branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family that includes the three closely related languages, namely Raji, Raute, and Rawat. They are spoken by small hunter-gatherer communities in the Terai region of Nepal and in neighboring Uttarakhand
Banrawats
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Tapeba
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Teke–Mbede languages
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Hijuk language
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Macro-Somali languages
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