|Ethnicity||7,400 (2001 census)|
|160 (2011 census)|
Baram (Baraamu, Bhramu) is a critically endangered Sino-Tibetan language spoken in Nepal. Speakers are shifting to Nepali. Dialects are Dandagaun and Mailung.
Baram is spoken in Dandagaun and Mailung VDCs in central and southern Gorkha District, Gandaki Zone, and in Takhu village up the Doraundi Khola (east side above Chorgate, near Kumhali) (Ethnologue). There are possibly about 7 villages in Dhading District.