South Asian Peoples
The South Asia Buddhist cluster encompasses people groups with identity rooted in their Buddhist faith. Only Bhutan and Sri Lanka are majority Buddhist nations in South Asia, but Buddhists are also an important minority religion in Nepal, India and Bangladesh.
Peoples within this cluster:
Aiton; Baragaunle; Berua; Brokkat; Brokpa; Bumthangpa; Chak; Chali; Dakpakha; Dolpa Tibetan; Dowaniya; Drukpa; Dzalakha; Galle Gurung; Gongduk; Gurung, Eastern; Gurung, Nepali; Gurung, Western; Gyalsumdo; Jirel; Kheng; Kurteop; Kutang Bhotia; Ladsi; Lakha; Layakha; Lhop, Doya; Loba; Lunape; Matpa; Mugali; Neo-Buddhist; Nupbi; Nyenpa; Pankhu; Rangani; Sampange Rai; Sharchop; Sherpa; Sherpa, Helambu; Sherpa, Nawa; Sinhalese; Tangchangya; Thakali; Tokpegola; Tsum; Turung
Countries where they are found:
Bangladesh; Bhutan; Canada; China; India; Italy; Malaysia; Maldives; Nepal; Oman; Qatar; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Thailand; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: