Rawat (Raute), or "Janggali" (Jungle), is a possibly Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal, with maybe a thousand speakers in India. The name Rawat is cognate with Raute.
Ethnologue (2009) states that Rawat is "Very similar to Raute and Raji" and "Related to Rongpo", languages in different branches of Tibeto-Burman. It then states that it is "Indo-Aryan but vocabulary includes Tibetan elements", suggesting that the language family has not been determined. The similarity in names in not indicative: "Rawat", "Raute", and "Raji" all derive from "King (of the forest)", a common appellation of forest peoples in the region.