Indigenous Group Bahnar (Also known as: Ba Na, To Lo, Golar, Jolong, Gio Lang, Y Lang, Ro Ngao, Reungao, Rongao, Rangao, Ro-Ngao, Bahnar Rongao, Krum, Krem, Roh, Con Kde, Kpang Cong, Bo Mon, Bonom, Bomom, Alacong, Alakong, A-La Cong, Roh)
Location Vietnam, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen Provinces, Central Highlands East of Plei Ku and Kon Tum.
Estimated Population 174,456 (1999, GSO)
Environment Mountain / Highland
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Animal Husbandry / Handicraft Sales / Trade
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Bahnar
Classification: Austro-Asiatic, Mon-Khmer, Eastern Mon-Khmer, Bahnaric, Central Bahnaric
Alternate Names: Ba Na, Roh, Kpang Cong
Dialects: Tolo, Golar, Alakong (A-La Cong), Jolong (Gio-Lang, Y-Lang), Bonom (Bomam), Kontum, Krem, Roh, Kpang Cong.
Website URLs Wikipedia: Bahnar
Distinctive Aspects of the Bahnar Village and its Culture
The Bahnar – an egalitarian society
Datviet: Ba Na
Map Showing Distribution Of Vietnamese Ethnic Groups
NGOs Montagnard Foundation (MFI) - BAJARAKA
Vets With A Mission (VWAM)
Unrepresented Peoples and Nations Organization (UNPO)
Highland Education Development Organization (HEDO)