|Native to||India, Burma|
|40,000 + in India (2011 census)|
Lamkang is one of the Naga tribes of Manipur, India, with one village in Burma. The Lamkangs are mostly settled in the southwest and southeastern parts of Manipur. The language is very much similar to Anal Naga, and has been influenced by Manipuri as the people have been acculturated.
Lamkang is spoken in the following locations (Ethnologue).
- Chandel district, southwestern and southeastern Manipur
- 6 villages to the west and east of Sugunu
- 6 villages between Chalong and Mombi New
- 18 villages between Palel, Chandel town, Palel, and Sibong
- Nagaland: Thamlakhuren and Dimapur
- Lamkang Language Resource website, includes information about current documentation efforts and the orthography conventions being used.