Nepali (Wikipedia:nepali) is an Indo-Aryan (Wikipedia:Indo-Aryan) language spoken in Nepal, a country sandwiched between the two large asian countries, China and India. Influenced by both Chinese and Indian culture especially in the north and south respectively, it is a kind in its own and has over 120 languages. Having had a long history from the vedic(Wikipedia:Vedic) periods and its formation of the country, language was no exception.
- Britannica History/status/demography/status
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- Turner, Ralph Lilley 1931
- Glottolog Nepali
- Awadhi, [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awadhi_language ]
- Bhojpuri, [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhojpuri_language ]
- Hindi, 
- Kashmiri, 
- Kurukh, 
- Magahi, and more…
Other Demographically important Writing System
Language simile and translations
- English and Nepali
- Bengali and nepali
- Nepali and hindi
- Nepali and Thai
- Nepali and burmese
- Nepali and Sinhala [www.stars21.com/translator/sinhala/nepali/ Sinhala and nepali]
Language outside of vicinity
- Burma(formerly) a.k.a Myanmar(Wikipedia:Myanmar)
- Northern India (Darjeeling, Sikkhim, some parts of ladakh and manali, etc. ).