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|18,300 (2011 census)|
Sampang is a subgroup of Rai and belongs to Central Kiranti.
Sampang is spoken in the following locations of Nepal (Ethnologue).
- Khotang district, Sagarmatha Zone (Khotang dialect): Tap Khola river villages, Baspani, Khartamcha, Phedi, and Patheka
- Bhojpur District, Kosi Zone: in Okharbote around the Lahure Khola river headwaters
- Syam Khola area: Kimalung, Nigale, Talakharka, and Surke
- Dingla Bazaar: a few elderly speakers use the Phali dialect in Bhojpur District, Kosi Zone
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