|Indigenous Group||Thulung (Also known as: Thulunge Rai, Thulu Luwa, Thululoa, Thulung La, Tholong Lo, Thulung Jemu, Toaku Lwa, Sub-Group of the Rai).|
|Location||Nepal, Sagarmatha Zone, Southeast Solukhumbu District, Eastern Hills; 6 to 7 villages in Okhaldhunga District; Bhojpur District, Koshi Zone; West of Dudhkosi, Northern Nechedanda and Halesidanda Ranges, Eastern Upper Solu River, Southern Kakukhola and the confluence of Ingkhukhola and Dudhkosi.|
|Estimated Population||30,000 (2003, SIL International)|
|Subsistence||Agriculture / Animal Husbandry|
|Level of Assimilation||Fairly Traditional|
Classification: Sino-Tibetan Tibeto-Burman, Himalayish, Mahakiranti, Kiranti, Western, Rai.
Alternate Names: Thulu Luwa, Thlung La, Thululoa, Thulunge Rai, Thlong Lo, Thlung Jemu, Thoaku Lwa.
Dialects: Lannachyo, Northern Thulung, Southern Thulung, Central Thulung, Eastern Thulung. Related to Lingkhim. Related to Bahing, Wambule, Jerung.
Ethnologue: Thulung, A Language of Nepal
Nepal Ethnographic Museum