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<span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Mahtam (Sikh traditions) of India  (628,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Kol of India  (1,767,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Kanuri, Manga of Niger  (617,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Brahui of Pakistan  (2,566,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Koiri (Hindu traditions) of India  (8,189,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Mahratta Kunbi of India  (7,682,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Megh (Hindu traditions) of India  (3,033,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Rajput Chauhan (Hindu traditions) of India  (2,917,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Bharbhunja (Hindu traditions) of India  (1,202,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Pashtun, Southern of Afghanistan  (8,933,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Khorasani Turk of Iran  (935,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Rajput Gaur of India  (654,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Bhoi (Hindu traditions) of India  (6,409,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Dusadh (Hindu traditions) of India  (5,605,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Kahar (Hindu traditions) of India  (8,119,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Mali (Hindu traditions) of India  (9,861,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Lodha (Hindu traditions) of India  (6,635,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Bagdi (Hindu traditions) of India  (2,898,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Gosain of India  (1,550,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Berber, Imazighen of Morocco  (2,742,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Bania Mahur of India  (869,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Baloch, Southern of Oman  (650,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Arab, Libyan of Libya  (1,841,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Dhakad of India  (718,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Afghani, Tajik of Afghanistan  (9,801,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Brahmin Bhumihar of India  (2,763,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Jhinwar (Hindu traditions) of India  (583,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Badhai (Muslim traditions) of India  (589,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Teli (Muslim traditions) of India  (1,704,000) <span style='color:red;'>Unreached:  </span>Kalwar (Hindu traditions) of India  (3,772,000)
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The four largest Least-Reached people groups are the Shaikh of Bangladesh, Japanese of Japan, the Shaikh of India, and the Brahmin of India.
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