The following image contain the song to remember Vowel sounds of Nepali alphabets: A baaTa Anaar, Mitho Fal Khau Aa baaTa Aalu, Aalu chips banaun E baata enaara, paani line thau Ee baata eeshwor, dhogau unako paau U baata ullu, aandhero maa udane Oo baata oouna sweater bunne Rhi baata Rishi, gyani ra dhyani Tapasya
Nepali Numbers and English numbers are similar. They look similar and are drawn similarly. I had done a post on how to count in Nepali. There are words to represent large Nepali numbers (the name of the number came from Sanskrit so they are similar in Sanskrit and Hindi). One in Nepali looks like “à¥§”
A song to help remember the vowels of Nepali language. The song has common words for the kids to remember the letters. The first letter is represented by pomegranate, the second letter by potato chips. The materials used in the song include a water well, god, owl, wool, sage (rishi), number one, mirror, walnut, medicine,
The third vowel in Devnagari lipi is ‘i’ (pronounced ye) and fourth is ‘ii’. They are used in conjunction with all the 36 consonants of Nepali alphabet. As both the third and fourth vowels sound same people are usually confused on using the right vowel for a sound. Although there are rules, they are vague.
The first vowel in Nepali language Aa is used in conjunction with every 36 consonants letters. For example the first letter in Nepali alphabet – Kaa (à¤•) is made up of half “Kaa” and “Aa”. That is: Ka (à¤•) = K (à¤•à¥) + Aa (à¤…) Similarly, all other consonants in Nepal have ‘Aa’ attached with
The letter Kha (à¤–) is the second consonant of the Devanagari script of Nepali language. The letter can be traced back to the Brahmi letter (ka). Brahmi script is the oldest writing systems used in South and Central Asia from the 1st millennium BCE. The letter later transformed into the present form of Ka. The