A partial mandible of a large lorisid primate is described. The specimen (YPM 19134) comes from probable late Miocene deposits in northeastern India and consists of a fragment of a left mandibular ramus containing M3, the roots of M2 and the posterior root of M1. The third molar resembles the M3 of modern Nycticebus coucang borneanus; the specimen is referred to Indraloris cf. lulli. Unfotunately, because of its specialized nature, YPM 19134 affords no clue as to lorisid ancestry.