||28,600 (2001 census), decreasing. Ethnic population: 41,764 Dhagar (Jhagar).
||East Terai, Janakpur zone, Dhanusa District, Nausaya Bigha area; India border area, Sarlahi to Jhapa districts.
Eastern Nepal, reference number 74
||Dhangar, Jangad, Janghard, Jhanger, Oraon, Orau, Uraon
||Different from Kurux [kru] of India and Bangladesh.
||Used in business, religion. Also use Maithili [mai], Nagpuri [mar], Bhojpuri [bho], or Assamese [asm].
||Literacy rate in L2: 10%. Bible portions: 1977.
||The alternate names are used for the people. Jangad recognized as an official nationality. Agriculturalists. Hindu, Christian.