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Ngaju are indigenous people of Borneo from the Dayak group. The Ngaju people first appeared as a newly recognized people group in census 2000 and were made up of 18.02% of Central Kalimantan population, which before this the Ngaju people were considered as part of the Dayak people in a 1930 census. They speak Ngaju language.