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Nepali Language Experience: Enhance Your Journey!"

Try learning some basic Nepali words and phrases and use them during your volunteering and travels around. Local people highly appreciate it.
  • Namaste / Namaskar
    नमस्ते / नमस्कार
  • Tapaai:laai Kasto Cha? (How are you?)
    तपाईंलाई कस्तो छ?
  • Malai Ramro Chha – I am good
    मलाई राम्रो छ – म राम्रो छु
  • Subha Prabhat – Good Morning
    शुभ प्रभात
  • Pheri Bhetaula – Good-Bye
    फेरि भेटौला
  • Subha Din – Have a Good Day
    शुभ दिन
  • Subha Ratri – Good Night
    शुभ रात्री
  • Kripaya – Please
    कृपया
  • Dhanyabad – Thank You
    धन्यवाद
  • Swaagatam – Welcome
    स्वागतम्
  • What is your name? – Tapaai Ko Naam Ke Ho?
    तपाईंको नाम के हो?
  • My name is Maria. Mero Naam Maria Ho.
    मेरो नाम मारिया हो।
  • What is your country name? – Tapaai:ko dash ko naam ke ho?
    तपाईंको देशको नाम के हो?
  • My country name is England. – Mero des ko naam belaayat ho.
    मेरो देशको नाम इङ्ल्याण्ड हो।
  • Do you speak Nepali? – Tapailai Nepali Bolna Aucha?
    तपाईंले नेपाली बोल्न आउछ?
  • I can speak a little Nepali – Malai Ali Ali Nepali Bolna Auchha.
    मलाई थोडो नेपाली बोल्न आउछ।   
  • Boy (Ketaa)
    केटा
  • Girl (Keti)
    केटी
  • Father (Buwa)
    बुवा
  • Mother (Aamaa)
    आमा
  • Grand Father (Hajur Buwaa)
    हजुर बुवा
  • Grand Mother (Hajur Aamaa)
    हजुर आमा
  • Elder Brother (Daai)
    दाई
  • Younger Brother (Bhaai)
    भाइ
  • Sister (Bahini)
    बहिनी
  • Uncle (Kaakaa)
    काका
  • Aunty (Kaaki)
    काकी
  • Wife (Srimati)
    श्रीमती
  • Husband (Srimaan)
    श्रीमान
  • Friend (Saathi)
    साथी
  • One (Ek)
    एक
  • Two (Dui)
    दुई
  • Three (Tin)
    तीन
  • Four (Char)
    चार
  • Five (Paanch)
    पाँच
  • Six (Chha)
  • Seven (Saat)
    सात
  • Eight (Aath)
    आठ
  • Nine (Nau)
    नौ
  • Ten (Dash)
    दश
  • Hundred (Saya)
    सय
  • Thousand (Hajaar)
    हजार
  • Hundred Thousand – Laakh
    लाख
  • Sunday (Aaitabaar)
    आइतबार
  • Monday (Sombaar)
    सोमबार
  • Tuesday (Mangalbaar)
    मंगलबार
  • Wednesday(Budhabaar)
    बुधबार
  • Thursday (Bihibaar)
    बिहिबार
  • Friday (Sukrabaar)
    शुक्रबार
  • Saturday (Sanibaar)
    शनिबार
  • Today – Aaja
    आज
  • Tomorrow – Bholi
    भोलि
  • Yesterday – Hijo
    हिजो
  • The day after yesterday – Asti
    अस्ति
  • The day after tomorrow – Parshi
    पर्शि
  • Now – Ahile
    अहिले
  • What time is it? – Kati Bajyo?
    कति बज्यो?
  • Hour (Ghantaa)
    घण्टा
  • Half an Hour (Aadhi Ghantaa)
    आधी घण्टा
  • Minute- minet
    मिनेट
  • Where (Kaha)
    कहाँ
  • What (Ke)
    के
  • How (Kasari)
    कसरी
  • When
  • Swyamsewak- volunteer – स्वयंसेवक
  • Ma swyamsewak ho. – I am a volunteer – म स्वयंसेवक हो।
  • Sikchhyak- teacher – शिक्षक
  • School – Bidhalaya – बिधालय
  • Students- bidyaarthi – बिद्यार्थी
  • Gumba- monastery – गुम्बा
  • Monks- Lama/Bhikchhu – लामा/भिक्षु
  • Hospital- aspataal – अस्पताल
  • Patient – biraami – बिरामी
  • Health- Swastha – स्वास्थ्य
  • How to go there? – Tyahaa kasari Jane? – त्यहाँ कसरी जाने?
  • How much? – Kati parchha? – कति पर्छ?
  • How far is it? – Yaha Bata Kati Tadha Cha? – यहाँ बाट कति टाढा छ?
  • Where does this bus go? – Yo Bus Kaha Jancha? – यो बस कहाँ जान्छ?
  • I want to go to Bus Station. – Malai Bus Station Janu Paryo – मलाई बस स्टेशन जानु पर्यो।
  • Can you arrange a taxi? – Ke Malai Taxi Bhandinu Huncha? – के मलाई ट्याक्सी भन्दिनु हुन्छ?
  • Where is this Hotel? – Yo Hotel Kaha Chha? – यो होटेल कहाँ छ?
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  • I want to eat Momo – Ma Momo khaane
    – म म:म: खाने।
  • Where can I find a restaurant? – Yaha Restaurant Kaha Chha?
  • – यहाँ रेस्टुरेन्ट कहाँ छ?
  • What food is this? – Yo Kun Khana Ho? – यो कुन खाना हो?
  • Is it delicious? – Mitho Cha? – मिठो छ?
  • I am a vegetarian – Ma Sakahari hu – म साकाहारी हु।
  • Water- Paani – पानी
  • Tea – Chiyaa – चिया
  • Black tea- Kaalo china – कालो चिया
  • Milk Tea- Dudh Chiyaa – दुध चिया
  • Rice – Bhat – भात
  • Curry / vegetables – Tarkari – तरकारी
  • Lentil – Daal – दाल
  • Pickle – Achar – अचार
  • Potato – Aalu – आलु
  • Spinach- Saag – साग
  • Chilly – Piro – पिरो
  • Sour -Amilo – अमिलो
  • Salty – Nunilo – नुनिलो
  • Sugar – Chini – चिनी
  • Chicken meat- kukhurako maasu – कुखुराको मासु
  • Mutton- khasiko maasu – खसिको मासु
  • Very testy- ekdam miTho chha. – एकदम मिठो छ।
  • How much this cost? – Yesko Kati Parcha? – यसको कति पर्छ?
  • Can you make cheap? – Malai Sasto Chaiyo? – मलाई सस्तो चाहियो?
  • This is expensive – Yo Mahango Bhayo! – यो महँगो भयो!
  • I love this – Malai Yo Man Paryo – मलाई यो मन पर्यो।
  • I don’t like it – Malai Man Parena – मलाई मन परेन।
  • Small – Saano – सानो
  • Big – Thulo – ठुलो
  • Cheap – Sasto – सस्तो
  • Expensive – Mahango – महँगो
  • Less – Kaam – कम
  • Extremely – Ekdam – एकदम
  • April – May(Baishaakh) – बैशाख
  • May – June (Jeth) – जेठ
  • June – July (Asaar) – असार
  • July – August (Saaun) – श्रावण
  • August – September (Bhadau) – भदौ
  • September – October (Ashoj) – असोज
  • October – November (Kartik) – कार्तिक
  • November – December (Mangsir) – मंसिर
  • December- January (Poush) – पौष
  • January – February (Maagh) – माघ
  • February – March (Faalgun) – फाल्गुण
  • March – April (Chaitra) – चैत्र
  • Happiness – Khushi – खुशी
  • Sadness – Dukha – दुःख
  • Funny- Ramaailo – रमाइलो
  • Fear – Dar – डर
  • Love – Maya/Prem – माया/प्रेम
  • Surprise – Aashcharya – आश्चर्य
  • Disappointment – Nirasha – निराशा
  • Trust – Biswas – विश्वास

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