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A short history of the Nepali language
Nepal is officially called the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. It is located in South Asia and it is bordered by China and India. It has eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, including Everest.
Nepal was mentioned in the Vedic period as a place which sold blankets. Small kingdoms and clans began to settle around Nepal in 500 BC. In Medieveal times it was split into three kindoms; Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur.
In the mid- 18th century, battles took place which increased the size of Nepal, but during the 1815-16 Anglo-Nepali war most of these new lands were lost and Nepal was reduced to the size it is today. It is the homeland of the famous Ghurka soldiers who a renowned for their ferocity and bravery.
Nepalese is an Indo-Aryan language like Punjabi and Assamese. Around 17 million people in Nepal, Bhutan, Burma and India speak Nepali. It has official status in West Bengal’s Darjeeling district and also in Sikkim and Mumbai. However, in higher education establishments that teach scientific or medical subjects, the language used for study is English.
The language contains words from Arabic, Greek, Tibeto-Burmese and English. The Devanagari alphabet is used for writing and the first Nepalese scripts were introduced in the 12th century. Other langugaes native to Nepal include Tibeto-Burman and Nepal Bhasa.