|46,000 (2011 census)|
Danwar (also rendered Danuwar, Denwar, Dhanvar, Dhanwar), is a language spoken in parts of Nepal by an Indo-Aryan ethnic group of fifty thousand. It is close to Bote-Darai but otherwise unclassified within the Indo-Aryan languages.
A variety called Danwar Rai is distinct and may be a separate language. It is not related to the Rai languages of the Tibeto-Burman family.
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