With roughly 15 - 20 million speakers, Nepali is primarily spoken in the small Himilayan country of Nepal. However, there has been a significant emmigration of Nepalese speakers to other countries in the region, such as India, Bhutan, and Burma. Like Hindi, Nepali uses the Devanagari alphabet, which is written from left to right. As a result of its geographical location between many countries there have been many linguistic influences pn Nepali, including from Sanskrit and Hindi. Learn Nepali and visit the country that Mt. Everest calls home.

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Cornell Nepali has over 15 extensive lessons on the Nepali language

Peace Corps Nepali offers a number of courses for Nepali

Cornell University has an number of resources for sale on their online store

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BBC Nepali

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Cornell University offers an Intesive Nepali course

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