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Dhund of Pakistan
Population:  651,000
Status: Unreached
Nosu, Xiaoliangshan of China
Population:  542,000
Status: Unreached
Lohar (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  9,412,000
Status: Unreached
Kalwar (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  3,772,000
Status: Unreached
Khoja of Pakistan
Population:  864,000
Status: Unreached
Pingdi of China
Population:  1,461,000
Status: Unreached
Chain of India
Population:  507,000
Status: Unreached
Lampung Pesisir of Indonesia
Population:  553,000
Status: Unreached
Baghban (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  622,000
Status: Unreached
Bania Mahur of India
Population:  869,000
Status: Unreached

Mission Question
How many Buddhist people groups in Northeast Asia have a complete Bible but are unreached?  Answer ...

Missions Scripture
"Tell of His glory among the nations, His wonderful deeds among all the peoples. For great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised."  1 Chronicles 16:24-25

Unreached Peoples Fact
The four largest Least-Reached people groups are the Shaikh of Bangladesh, Japanese of Japan, the Shaikh of India, and the Brahmin of India.  More Mission Facts ...

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