Ka Kha Ga – Nepali Varnamala book

UPDATE: Purchase the Full Book here.

Free Sample of the book is also available.

Details on consents and vowels of the Nepali alphabets are being prepared:

Vowels (अ आ इ ..)

A song to remember all the vowels.

Work-sheets from the Varnamala book:

A (अ) the first vowels and its variations. A song to remember all the vowels

i (इ) and ii (ई)

More worksheets will be uploaded in coming days.

Consonents (क, ख, ग .. )

Details about:
The first letter in Nepali alphabets Ka

The first letter in Nepali alphabets Kha

More letters are coming soon.

A Nepali Varnamala (Nepali Barnamala) book is published in an ebook format. Now, it is easier for the kids to learn Nepali letters by touching them.

Purchase the book here:

Nepali Varnamala buy here:

Nepali Varnamala is the first book to teach Nepali language to your children. Interesting and easy to learn, the book is full of colourful pictures to make it interesting. Easy to remember poems to help the kids to remember alphabet and words. Excercise to practice the newly learnt alphabets and words.

Another version of varnamala:

varnamala nepali

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Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language derived from Sanskrit. It is the official language of Nepal spoken chiefly by Khas people in Nepal, some parts of India, and by a significant number of Bhutanese and some Burmese people.

The Nepali language is also listed in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution of India as an Indian language having an official status in the Indian state of Sikkim and in West Bengal’s Darjeeling district.

Nepali Consonants

Ka – Group ka

kha

ga

gha

ŋa

Cha – Group cha

chha

 ja

 jha

ña

ञ 

Ta – Group ta

tha

da

dha

ṇa
Ta – Group
ṭa
ṭha
ḍa
ḍha
na
Pa – Group
pa
pha
ba
bha
ma
Ya – Group
ya
ra
la
wa
sa
xx
sa
sa
ha
 
chhya
क्ष
ṭra
त्र
gya
ज्ञ

Nepali Vowels

There are following 12 independent vowel letters
अ (a), आ (ā), इ (i), ई (i), उ (u), ऊ (u), ए (e), ऐ (ai), ओ (o), औ (au) अं (an) अ: (ah!).

A letter – ऋ (ri) is also widely used in Nepali language but, it is not considered a Nepali alphabet because it is only used in the words borrowed from Sanskrit like – Rishi, Ritu, Shrinkhala etc.

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