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Nepal is a blend of numerous tribes and races. The population of about 22 million lives here in different regions, speaking diverse dialects and languages and wearing diverse costumes. The diverse climatic conditions in different areas of Nepal make their life style different from each other. If you are planning for the Nepalese holidays this season then it is important for you to know the basics about the Nepalese language engrosses more than one hundred and twenty kinds of languages spoken by the populace of Nepal. However, out of the 120 the three old languages have become extinct, specifically Waling, Kusunda, and Dula. The main spoken language is Nepali, other than that; some prominent languages of Nepal are Awadhi, Newari, Maithili, Bahing Mundari, Hindi and, Limbu.
Nepalese language being the most prominent language of Nepal is also spoken in other countries of South-East, along with Bhutan and India. About thirty five million people speak this language. The Nepalese language comes under the family of Indo-Aryan, Indo-European, Eastern Pahari, Indo-Iranian and Pahari languages. The writing script of Nepalese language is the same as Devanagri.
Due to the extensive array of languages spoken in the country of Nepal, the tourists often face difficulty in understanding the local language which somehow affects the trip. The citizens of Nepal are very proud of their language and speak only their mother tongue. Nepalese language is categorized as an Indo-Aryan Language and is the mother tongue of almost fifty percent of the population of Nepal and other half speak it as the second language. The Nepalese language is also termed with some other names such as Gurkhali and Parbatiya. The original name of Nepalese language is khaskura and was spoken by farmers who were established in the Karnali Bheri. In the present day it is spoken all the way through Nepal and in also some parts of India and Bhutan.
The kiranti language is another inseparable part of Nepalese language and is classified in two parts Rumdali and Bahing which is spoken by the people of Bahing living in Okhaldhunga. This is a very intricate language and often the tourists fail to understand its difficult words.
Another Indo- Aryan language which is a chief part of Nepalese languages is Maithili. It is actually a dialect of Hindi language. In the year 2003 Maithili was credited as the official language and so used in education syllabus.
It is suggested to learn the few basic words of Nepalese languages to make your tour to the Himalayan ranges convenient. There are many online schools teaching the basics of Nepalese language. You can also buy some good books to know the basic phrases and words. Some of them are— Introduction to Nepalese Language by Louis-Simon Roy and Prem Bahadur. Here are some examples of short sentences is Nepali.
“No in Nepalese language is hoina”, “Yes is ho”, “What is this? In Nepalese language is Yo ke ho?”, “How Much Is That? is Kati Ho?”, “Excuse me is Hajur”, “Water is Pani”, “How are you is Tapaai laai kasto chha?”, “Thank you in Nepalese language is Dhanyabaad” and “Hello/Goodbye in Nepalese language is Namasté”.
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