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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Trekking in Nepal

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I started my trekking carrier from 1997 to till now, in a first several year I did trekking Porter in Nepal Himalayas from different trekking agencies, after that  I start porter guide for several year and and Now I am doing trekking guide in Nepal Himalayas.  I faces many (good and bad) experience in my trekking life so now I can manage the trekking difficulties. I got great opportunity to do  trekking with different countries people with different hobbies so I think I need to share some idea and Program in online so this blog is created

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Trekking in Nepal some tips 

Trekking Region in Nepal 
  • Everest  Region
Trekking Guide in Nepal
Everest region Trekking 

  • Trekking route in Everest region

  • Annapurna Region 

  • Trekking route in Annapurna Region

Trekking in Nepal
Annapurna region Trekking 
    Trekking Guide in Nepal
    Langtang region Trekking 
  • Langtang region
  • Other activities in Nepal
  • Jungle safari in Nepal 

Chitwan jungle safari : Know about Chitwan
Bardia Jungle Safari : Know about Bardia
1 Day Rafting in Trishuli  *** Kaligandaki River Rafting *** Marshyangdi River Rafting 
Jungle safari in Nepal
Trekking guide in Nepal

Useful Link about Nepal 

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Australian Camp Day Hike Pokhara

The Australian Camp is Known as Thulo Kharka a one of the beautiful Mountain hill close to Pokhara it is very easy day hike in the beautiful foothills of the Annapurna area. Australian camp offer  gorgeous views over the valleys and stunning views of the Annapurna Himalayas range.

This trip can be done all year round and is also very suitable for people without any hiking experience and people of all ages. The highest point is around 2000 meter. 

It will give you a great impression of the Himalayas in all her magnificence. From sunrise to sunset the colors will keep on changing offering the most incredible views. You will hike through dense forests, along the hillsides and through mountain villages where we will stop for drinks, lunch etc.

If you have time you will spend the night in a lodge at the Australian Camp. The advantage of Australian Camp is that you have the majestic Himalayas nearly all around. A great experience . From Australian Camp we can see Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna South (7219m)  Hiunchuli (6434m), Fishtail (6997m), Annapurna II (7937m), Annapurna III (7555m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Lamjung Himal (6983m) and other beautiful  snow capped mountains 
  • Option I  ( 6 to 7 Hours Walk ) 
This trip start from Milanchowk 30 minute drive from Pokhara and we gently climb up on the way we can see beautiful village and some agricultural farm and we can observed the local lifestyle of Nepal Mountain. After arrive in Australian Camp we will have some time explore there and Hike down to Kande and we will get Vehicle from there to Pokhara 
  • Option II  ( 4 to 5 Hours  walk  ) 
This trip start from Phedi  45 minute drive from Pokhara and we steeply  climb upto the beautiful village Dhampus  on the way we can see beautiful village and some agricultural farm and we can observed the local lifestyle of Nepal Mountain. After arrive in Australian Camp we will have some time explore there and Hike down to Kande and we will get Vehicle from there to Pokhara 
  • Option III (3 to 4 Hours walk)
This trip start from Kande which is   1 Hours drive from Pokhara and we steeply  climb up to Australian camp. After arrive in Australian Camp we will have some time explore there and same way Hike down to Kande Or we can hike to Dhampus and Phedi from where we will get Vehicle from there to Pokhara 

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Tourism added Rs85b to Nepal’s GDP: WTTC

Tourism added Rs85b to Nepal’s GDP: WTTC
The direct contribution of Nepal’s travel and tourism to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) stood at Rs85.3 billion, or 4 percent, last year and is forecast to rise by 7 percent to Rs91.3 billion this year, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) said.

According to a report published by the WTTC entitled Travel and Tourism Economic Impact 2016, the direct contribution of travel and tourism to the GDP is expected to grow by 5 percent annually to Rs149.4 billion, or 4.7 percent of the GDP by 2026.
The London-based council said that the direct contribution reflects the economic activity generated by industries such as hotels, travel agents, airlines and other passenger transportation services, excluding commuter services.
It also includes, for example, the activities of the restaurant and leisure industries directly supported by tourists.
In terms of direct contribution to the GDP by the travel and tourism sector, Nepal is ranked third among 184 countries. However, Nepal comes behind India (second) but ahead of China (14th) Bangladesh (34th) and Sri Lanka (75th).
According to the report, the total contribution of travel and tourism to the GDP was Rs173.7 billion (8.1 percent of GDP) in 2015, and is forecast to rise by 6.5 percent in 2016, and to rise by 5 percent annually to Rs300.7 billion (9.5 percent of GDP) in 2026.
Domestic travel spending generated 57.5 percent of direct travel and tourism GDP in 2015 compared with 42.5 percent for foreign visitor spending or international tourism receipts.
The country’s travel and tourism sector directly generated 426,500 jobs last year, which represents 3.2 percent of total employment. The figure is estimated to grow by 6 percent this year to 452,000, the report said. By 2026, travel and tourism will account for 654,000 jobs directly, an increase of 3.8 percent annually over the next 10 years.
In terms of direct contribution to job creation by the travel and tourism sector, Nepal is ranked sixth among 184 countries. Nepal comes ahead of India (38th), Bangladesh (88th), China (98th) and Sri Lanka (126th) in job creation by the travel and tourism sector.
The report, however, has set an ambitious forecast of attracting 980,000 international tourist arrivals this year. It said that by 2026, international tourist arrivals to Nepal are forecast to reach 1.73 million. Tourist arrivals to Nepal
fell to a six-year low of 538,970 in 2015.
In terms of investment, travel and tourism is expected to have attracted capital investment of Rs15.2 billion in 2015. This is expected to rise by 7.6 percent in 2016, and rise by 4.4 percent annually over the next 10 years to Rs25.1 billion in 2026. The government’s collective investment in the tourism sector stood at
Rs10.9 billion last year. The country is ranked 29th in terms of attracting investment in tourism.

From : Kathmandu Post 

Know about Nepal

Nepal Flag 
Nepal (Nepal: नेपाल [neˈpal] ), officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South Asia with a population of 26.4 million. It is a multi ethnic nation with Nepali as the official language. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. Modern Nepal is a secular parliamentary republic. Here are some

  • There are 123 Languages (Mother Tongue) spoken in Nepal. Languages of Nepal
  • In span of 100 Kms going from South to North at any part of Nepal you can experience hot tropical climate to bone chilling Arctic type weather.
  • Out of 14 Eight Thousanders (Mountains above 8000 Mts) 8 are in Nepal.Eight-thousander
  • Never been Occupied by a Foreign Military ever in its Entire History of Existence.
  • Nepal is the only country with altitudinal variation that ranges from 70 meters to 8848 meters. Geography of Nepal
  • Nepal has 8 % of the total species of birds found in the world.
  • The highest valley on earth (Arun valley)
  • Densest concentration of World Heritage Sites. Kathmandu valley alone has 7 World Heritage Cultural sites within a radius of 15 kilometers. Kathmandu Valley
  • Birthplace of Lord Buddha Lumbini
  • Previously was the Only Hindu Kingdom in the world.
  • Only nation with non-quadrilateral flag.
  • At one point of time, there were more statues of various Gods within Kathmandu Valley then there were people living there. (No one counted it but well it’s thought to be true at least here)
  • Kaligandaki is the river older than the Himalaya. Therefore, it acts as a major ecological dividing line of the whole eastern and western Himalaya.
  • Because of its outstanding altitudinal variation, there are many opportunities to farm any plants from any parts of the world in Nepal.
  • Nepal is an Amazon of Asia. The hidden treasure of its rich biodiversity is not yet fully explored. Many new species could be discovered from Nepal.
  • Nepal harbors 5980 species of flowering plants which covers 2.4% of the world’s total.
  • Thirty six percent of the world’s Meconopsis species “poppy” including Blue Poppies are found in Nepal of which four are endemic, only found in Nepal. In Nepal, one of the Blue poppy grows as high as 5400-meter altitude. This is perhaps one of the highest limits for the poppy to be found in the world.
  • Nepal has more than 360 species of Orchid which constitute over 2% of the world’s orchid.
  • Nepal comprises 6% of the world’s rhododendron species.
  • Over 250 species of the flowering plants are endemic in Nepal (not found elsewhere)
  • Nepal has record of tallest grassland in the world that exists in Chitwan.
  • Sal tree forest Shorea robusta in Chitwan is considered the finest in the world
  • Nepal has one of the richest contribution and distribution of biomaterials in the world. Lots have yet to be explored for economic benefits of the country.
  • World in much sought after Ayurved. Nepal has an incredible wealth of medicinal and aromatic plants for the preparation of traditional and Ayurvedic medicines.
  • Genetic resources related to present day crop- species of Nepal has tremendous potential for improvement of numerous valuable plants.
  • Nepal has one of the largest concentrations of Royal Bengal Tiger in the world after India and Bangaldesh.
  • Second largest population of One-horned Rhino is found in Nepal.
  • Nepal has one of the best habitat for Snow Leopard
  • Sukla Phanta in West Nepal harbors the world largest herd of Swamp deer.
  • It is said that Nepal has largest moth in the world (Atlas Moth)
  • Some of the largest wild honeybees are found in Nepal.
  • The only natural breeding ground of the Long Snouted Gaviall crocodile exists in Nepalese river.
  • Nepal has nearly 870 species of birds, which arguably more than the whole continent of Europe and North Africa combined.
  • Nepal has 4.2% of the world’s butterfly species which is over 650 species of butterflies.
  • Shivapuri National Park at Budhanilkantha in Kathmandu is the only World’s National Park close to the capital and international airport. Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park
  • Over nineteen percent of the total country’s landmass is protected under National Park and Protected Area in Nepal.
  • Nepal is the leader of community forestry campaign in the world. Community forestry
  • The conservation effort undertaken by the local communities in the buffer zone areas such as Baghmara and Kumrose forest is the pride of the nation.
  • In many developing countries, park/people conflict is a major challenge, but in Nepal, this complex issue is amicably resolved.
  • Chitwan National Park and Everest National Park is listed in World Heritage Site.
  • Multi conceptual park management system was first successfully implemented in Annapurna Area and now ACAP is the world model for conservation and sustainable development.
  • During 70s, there were less than 80 rhinos in Nepal, now we have more than 500 remnants. This is undoubtedly an excellent result in the context of global wildlife conservation record.
  • In 25 years of conservation work, Nepal has managed to save Blackbuck from extinction, increase a very good tiger population, bring back endangered wildlife species such as Gharial, Indian bison, wild buffalo and many others to a healthy and viable population.
  • Kathmandu has one of the richest Buddhist icons in the world.
  • Religious tolerance and cultural harmony is the living force of Nepalese society.
  • Kathmandu is the living cultural museum of the world.
  • When America and Australia was not even born as a nation, Nepal built finest monuments which are now listed in World Heritage Sites.
  • The style of Pagoda was introduced in china and beyond by Nepali architectureAraniko in 12th century. Legend said that Chinese emperor Kublai Khan invited Nepalese architectures to build his palace Xanadu.
  • Nepal is known as the land of Living Goddess. Kumari (children)
  • Nepal is the country of Non Stop Festivals.
  • Birth place of Janaki Sita. Janakpurdham
  • Dolpo in Nepal is the last stronghold of Bonpo religion.
  • Mystic Bajrayana; an important Buddhist sect is found in Nepal
  • Nepal is the country of the highest mountain and deepest gorges.
  • Some of the highest permanent human habitat exists in Nepal.
  • Some of the highest placed lakes including Tilicho are found in Nepal.
  • Nepal has the second largest number of Everest summiteers.
  • Nepal has the second largest hydro power resources in the world.
  • Nepal is one of the best arenas for Extreme & Adventure Sport tourism such as mountaineering, cannoning, paragliding, mountain biking, kayaking, rafting, bungee jumping, high altitude marathon etc.
  • Karnali in Simikot is one of the best rivers in the world for kayaking and most of the upstream Nepalese rivers offer the best rapids for white-water rafting.
  • Elephant polo game was originated in Meghauli, Nepal. Tiger Tops in Nepal remains the headquarters of elephant polo and the site of the World Elephant Polo Championships.
  • One of the most popular trekking routes in the world is Annapurna circuit.
  • Nepal is one of the few countries, which has many airports as per the size of the country. (Total # 48, Paved and UnPaved Airports including that only work in summers time and the width of the country is only 1024 KMS from East To West) List of airports in Nepal
  • Nepal has higher number of repeated visitors than any countries of South Asia.
  • Nepal was never colonised.

And all of the above happens within the area of 147,181 km² that is around 0.1% of total World’s Area.

Friday, 26 August 2016

Sarangkot Day Hike

  • Sarangkot 
    Sarangkot Day tour 

Sarangkot is one of the best places for Sunrise and sunset view  which is lies on 1592m from sea lavel and 11 KM from Pokhara Lakeside  from top of the hill we can see  breathtaking, outstanding, magnificent views from top of Sarangkot Annapurna Himalayan range as Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna II (7937m), Annapurna III (7555m), Annapurna IV (7545m), Annapurna South (7219m) Machhapuchhre (Fish Tail) (6997m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m) and Himchuli (6441m) And other view  we can see beauty of pokhara with Phewa Lake and world peace stupa shining Seti River and Hamja village which is Located about 11 kilometres from Pokhara at 1,600m elevation.
Sarangkot is famous places for Paragliding and Zipflyer. 

Normally people like to go early morning for sunrise or want to stay overnight there for sunset and Sunrise view and want to day hike onward to 
Trek down to phewa lake 
Directly back same way

Sarankot trekking day tour - The view of Pokhara city from Sarangkot with the azure lakes make you feel wow. Zip flying and paragliding adventure, cycling and sightseeing are the wonderful experience.

Sarangkot is the popular hill station view point close to  Pokhara. Sarangkot is a beautiful village that lies above Pokhara. From Pokhara you can admire some outstanding and close up views of Annapurna panorama, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Fishtail , Mt. Nilgiri and many other neighbouring peak panorama and green hills. Beautiful sunrise and its slowly brightening dawn up over the summit of touching snow clad mountains is really fantastic and mind blowing. You can exhilarate yourself for experiencing the beauty of perfect nature.

Day Hike Sarangkot to Nagdada

Sarangkot Hike 
Naudanda Hiking is an interesting hiking trail around Pokhara and we manage this trip on your interest. A small village in kaski district ‘Naudanda’ is a way to Sarangkot, world’s fifth paragliding spot in Pokhara. It is an altitude of 1590m from sea level. Naudanda Hiking is the pleasant hiking where you Leave Crouded of the city behind as you hike through spectacular natural scenery and local settlements. One can enjoy the beauty of Silver Mountain in the morning and the ethnic nepali village at its best from Naudanda. The trail to Naudanda (1443m) 4/5 hours from Pokhara is one of the best scenic trails for experiencing the rural life of Nepal, superb mountains views including Annapurna(8091m), Machhapuchre( Fishtail), and Dhaulagiri, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Phewa lakes, Pokhara valley, Paragliding and hilly farming terrace land. 4/5 hours Follow the trail to Sarangkot and walk further on the Kaski ridge to Naudanda 

Nagdada hike 

Learn Nepali Before you travel in Nepal

Learn Nepali words  
Nepal is a small country in between two large country ( India and china ) . even it is small country Nepal have own language is called Nepali Language , it is a official Language in Nepal 

In Nepal most of the places is remote area so here very few people speak English , chinese and other language , during your travel time if you learn some Nepali language it will more comfortable for you and easily you can familier in Nepali culture and society , who are in tourism business some are fluently speak english some are enough for communication 

So here I collect some useful Nepali word if you can practice  Before Nepal trip it will be very useful for you 

English ----------------------------------------- Nepali Phrases


  • Hi! ------------------------------------------Namaste
  • Good morning!---------------------------Suva Pravath
  • Good afternoon!-------------------------Suva din
  • Good evening!---------------------------Suva sandhya
  • Welcome!---------------------------------Swagat Cha
  • Hello my friend!------------------------Namaste maro sathi
  • How are you? (friendly)--------------Tapailai Kasto Cha?
  • How are you? (polite)----------------Hajur Kasto Hunu Huncha?
  • I'm fine, thank you!------------------Malai Sanchai cha, dhanyabad
  • And you? (friendly)-----------------Ani Tapailai?
  • And you? (polite)-------------------Ani Hajurlai?
  • Good----------------------------------Ramro
  • Not so good----------------------Tati ramro chaina
  • Long time no see--------------Dharai vayo Bhet navayako
  • I missed you--------------------Maile Tapailai samje
  • What's new?-----------------K cha Khabar?
  • Nothing new-----------------Naya kahai chaina
  • Thank you (very much)!--------Dharai Dhanyabad
  • You're welcome! (for "thank you")----------Tapai Lai Swagat Cha
  • My pleasure---------------------------------------Huss
  • Come in! (or: enter!)-------------------------Vitra aunu Huss
  • Make yourself at home!---------------------Ghar Jastai Thannu Hola

Farewell Expressions

  • Have a nice day!--------------Tapaik Ko Din Suva Rahosh
  • Good night!-------------------Suva Ratri
  • See you later! ----------------Suva Ratri ani mitho sapna dekhu hola!
  • See you soon! ----------------Chadai vetaula
  • See you tomorrow! ---------Voli Vetaula
  • Good bye!---------------------Bidha Pau
  • Have a good trip!------------Suva Yatra!
  • I have to go-------------------Maro Janu Cha
  • I will be right back! Ma turuntai farkanchu

Holidays and Wishes

  • Good luck!------------------Suva Laav
  • Happy birthday!-----------Janma Diwash Ko suvakamana cha!
  • Happy new year!---------Naya Barsha ko suvakamana cha!
  • Merry Christmas!--------Suva Yasu Jayanti
  • Congratulations!---------Badhai
  • Enjoy!----------------------- Masti garna!
  • Bless yo-------------------- Suva Ashirbad
  • Best wishes!----------------Suvakamana
  • Cheers! ---------------------Harsha lash

How to Introduce Yourself

  • What's your name?--------------------Tapai ko Nam K ho?
  • My name is Bhakti --------------------Maro Nam Bhakti ho
  • Nice to meet you!----------------------Tapai lai vetera khusi lagyo
  • Where are you from?-----------------Tapai Kaha Bata hunu huncha?
  • I'm from (the U.S/ Nepal)-------------Ma USA Bata ho
  • I'm (American/ Nepali)----------------Ma american nepali hu
  • Where do you live?---------------------Tapai kaha basnu huncha?
  • I live in (the U.S/ Nepal)---------------Ma US /Nepal ma baschu
  • Do you like it here?--------------------K tapailai yaha maan parcha?
  • Nepal is a beautiful country----------Nepal ati sundar desh ho
  • What do you do for a living?--------Tapai bachna ko lagi k garnu huncha?
  • I'm a (teacher/ student/ engineer)--------------Ma sikchyak/bidyarthi/engineer hu
  • Do you speak (English/ Nepali)?-----------------K tapai Nepali bolnu Huncha?
  • Just a little--------------------------------------------Thorai matra
  • I like Nepali-------------------------------------------Malai Nepali Maan Parcha
  • I'm trying to learn Nepali-------------------------Ma Nepali sikhay prayash gardai chu
  • It's a hard language--------------------------------Yo auta ek dam kathin vasha ho
  • It's an easy language-------------------------------Yo auta saral vasha ho
  • Oh! That's good!------------------------------------Ho, yo dharai ramro ho!
  • Can I practice with you?---------------------------K ma tapai sanga sikna sakchu?
  • I will try my best to learn-------------------------Ma maro xyamata lay vya samma prayash garnay koshis                                                                        garchu
  • How old are you?-----------------------------------Tapai ko umar kati ho?
  • I'm (twenty one) years old---------Ma ekaish, baish barsha ko hu.
  • It was nice talking to you!------------------------Tapaisanga guff garera khusi lagyo
  • It was nice meeting you!-------------------------Tapai sanga vetera khusi lagyo
  • Mr.../ Mrs. .../ Miss... -------------------------Shriman../Shrimati…./su Shri
  • This is my wife--------------------------------------Yini mari shrimati hun
  • This is my husband--------------------------------uhawa mara pati hunuhuncha
  • Say hi to Thomas for me-------------------------Tomas lai maile samjeko cha vandinu hola

Romance and Love Phrases

  • Are you free tomorrow evening?-----------------------K tapai voli beluka fursad hunu huncha?
  • I would like to invite you to dinner---------------------Ma tapailai ratri vooj ma nimantrana gardachu
  • You look beautiful! (to a woman)-----------------------Tapai ati sundar dekhuinu huncha
  • You have a beautiful name-------------------------------Tapaiko nam ati sundar cha
  • Can you tell me more about you?-----------------------K tapai afnu bare ma kahai vanna saknu huncha?
  • Are you married?--------------------------------------------K tapai biwahit hunu huncha?
  • I'm single------------------------------------------------------Ma abiwahit hun
  • I'm married---------------------------------------------------Ma Biwahuit hun
  • Can I have your phone number? ------------------------k tapai malai anfo samparka number dina saknu                                                                                        huncha?
  • Can I have your email?-------------------------------------K tapai malai afnu email dina saknu huncha?
  • Do you have any pictures of you?-----------------------K tapaika kunai tashir chan?
  • Do you have children?-------------------------------------K tapapaika bal bachha chan?
  • Would you like to go for a walk?------------------------K tapai hidna chanu huncha?
  • I like you------------------------------------------------------Tapai malai ramro lagyo
  • I love you-----------------------------------------------------Ma tapailai maya garchu
  • You're very special!----------------------------------------Tapai maro bisistha byakti hunu huncha
  • You're very kind!--------------------------------------------Tapai sarai dayalu hunu huncha
  • I'm very happy-----------------------------------------------Ma sarahai nai khushi chu
  • Would you marry me?-------------------------------------K tapai ma sanga biwaha garnu huncha?
  • I'm just kidding----------------------------------------------Maile tatikai rela garako hu
  • I'm serious---------------------------------------------------Ma gambhir chu
  • My heart speaks the language of love-----------------maro hridaya lay prem ko bhasha boldai cha

Solving a Misunderstanding

  • Sorry! (or: I beg your pardon!--------------------------------Ma Xyama prarthi chu
  • Sorry (for a mistake)-------------------------------------------Galti ko lagi maaf pau
  • No problem!-----------------------------------------------------Thikai cha( samashaya chhina )
  • Can you repeat please?---------------------------------------K tapai fari vanna saknu huncha?
  • Can you speak slowly?-----------------------------------------K tapai alik bistaro bolna saknu huncha?
  • Can you write it down?----------------------------------------K tapai yaslai lekhna sakhu huncha?
  • Did you understand what I said? ----------------------------K tapailay maile vaneko bujhnu vayo?
  • I don't understand!---------------------------------------------Maile Bujena
  • I don't know!-----------------------------------------------------Ma jandina
  • What's that called in Nepali?--------------------------------Tashlai Nepali ma k vanincha?
  • What does that word mean in English?-------------------Tyo sabda lai angragi ma k vancha?
  • How do you say "thanks" in Nepali?-----------------------Nepali ma dhanyabad kasari vannu huncha?
  • What is this?---------------------------------Yo k ho?
  • My Nepali is bad----------------------------Maro Nepali asudha cha
  • Don't worry!---------------------------------Chinta nagarnu huss
  • I agree with you-----------------------------Ma tapai sanga sahamat chu
  • Is that right?---------------------------------k tyo sahi ho?
  • Is that wrong?------------------------------K tyo bathik ho?
  • What should I say?------------------------Ma k vannu?
  • I just need to practice--------------------Ma kewal prayash garna chanchu
  • Your Nepali is good------------------------Tapaiko Nepali ramro cha
  • I have an accent----------------------------Maro bachaan alag cha
  • You don't have an accent----------------Maro bachan tapaiko jastai cha

Asking for Directions

  • Excuse me! (before asking someone)------------------------Xyama pau
  • I'm lost--------------------------------------------------------------Ma haraye
  • Can you help me?------------------------------------------------K tapai malai sahayog garnu huncha?
  • Can I help you?---------------------------------------------------K ma tapailai sahayog garna sakchu?
  • I'm not from here------------------------------------------------Ma yaha bata haina
  • How can I get to (this place, this city)?---------------------Ma tyo thau/sahar ma kasari pugna sakchu?
  • Go straight--------------------------------------------------------Sidhau janu hosh
  • Then-------------------------------tya dekhi
  • Turn left--------------------------aya modnu huss
  • Turn right------------------------ani baya modnu huss
  • Can you show me?-------------K tapai malai dekhauna saknu huncha?
  • I can show you!-----------------Ma tpailai dekhauna sakchu!
  • Come with me!-----------------Ma sanga aunu huss!
  • How long does it take to get there?--------------Tyaha pugha kati lagla?
  • Downtown (city center) ----------------------------Bajar
  • Historic center (old city)-----------------------------Aithi Hasik sthal
  • It's near here-------------------------------------------tyo yaha nagikai cha
  • It's far from here--------------------------------------tyo yaha dekhi tada cha
  • Is it within walking distance?-----------------------Kma tya hidna sakchu?
  • I'm looking for Mr. Smith---------------------------Ma Mr. Smith lai khojdai chu
  • One moment please!--------------------------------Kripaya ek xyar
  • Hold on please! (when on the phone)-----------Parkhanu hola
  • He is not here-----------------------------------------Uha yaha hunu hunna
  • Airport----------------------Biman Sthal
  • Bus station-----------------Bus station
  • Train station---------------Rail station
  • Taxi--------------------------Taxi
  • Near------------------------Najik
  • Far--------------------------Tadha

Emergency Survival Phrases
  • Help!-------------Ggwar!
  • Stop!-------------Roka!
  • Fire!-------------Aago!
  • Thief!-----------Chor!
  • Run!-------------Bhagnu hosh!
  • Watch out! (or: be alert!)-----------------------Sawadhan!
  • Call the police!-------------------------------------Prahari lai bolaunu huss!
  • Call a doctor!--------------------------------------Doctor lai bolaunu huss!
  • Call the ambulance!-----------------------------Ambulence bolaunu huss!
  • Are you okay?------------------------------------K tapai thikai hunu huncha?
  • I feel sick-------------------------------------------Malai sancho chaina jasto lagcha
  • I need a doctor-----------------------------------Malai doctor chayio
  • Accident-------------------------------------------Dur Ghatna
  • Food poisoning----------------------------------Khadya Bis
  • Where is the closest pharmacy?-------------yaha ko nagikai ko pharmacy kaha cha?
  • It hurts here---------------------------------------Taslai mero chitta dukhaucha
  • It's urgent!-----------------------------------------tyo jarur cha
  • Calm down!---------------------------------------Santa hunu huss!
  • You will be okay!---------------------------------tapai thik hunu huncha
  • Can you help me?-------------------------------K tapai malai sahayog garna saknu huncha?
  • Can I help you? ----------------------------------K ma tapailai sahayog garna saknu huncha?

Hotel Restaurant Travel Phrases

  • I have a reservation (for a room)-----------------------Maro kotha surakchit cha
  • Do you have rooms available?--------------------------K tapai sanga kunau kotha upalabda cha?
  • With shower / With bathroom-------------------------nuhaunay kotha
  • I would like a non-smoking room----------------------Malai dhumrapaan rahit kotha maan parcha
  • What is the charge per night?--------------------------Prati raat ko sulka kati hola?
  • I'm here on business /on vacation--------------------Ma yaha byapar ko silsila ma chu
  • Dirty----------------------------------------------------------Fohori
  • Clean---------------------------------------------------------Safa
  • Do you accept credit cards?---------------------------K tapai credit card linu huncha?
  • I'd like to rent a car--------------------------------------Ma car vadama lina chanchu
  • How much will it cost?---------------------------------Taslai kato parcha?
  • A table for (one / two) please!-----------------------Kripaya auta taple !
  • Is this seat taken?---------------------------------------K yo thau kasaiko ho?
  • I'm vegetarian-----------------------Ma sahakari hu
  • I don't eat pork----------------------Ma sugur ko mashu khadina
  • I don't drink alcohol----------------Ma raksi khadina
  • What's the name of this dish?----yo khana ko nam k ho?
  • Waiter / waitress!-------------------Bhanse
  • Can we have the check please?-------------k hamilai check upalabda cha hola?
  • It is very delicious!-----------------------------Yo ati misthanna cha
  • I don't like it--------------------------------------Malai tyo maan parena

Shopping Expressions

  • How much is this?-------------------Yaslai kati parcha?
  • I'm just looking---------------------- Ma tatikai hardai chu
  • I don't have change----------------Ma sanga khudra chaina
  • This is too expensive---------------Yo ati mahanco cha
  • Expensive----------------------------Mahango
  • Cheap---------------------------------Sasto

Daily Expressions

  • What time is it? --------------------Aile kati samaya vayo?
  • It's 3 o'clock-------------------------Aile 3 baje vayo
  • Give me this!------------------------Yo malai dinu hosh!
  • Are you sure?-----------------------K tapai nischit hunu huncha?
  • Take this! (when giving something)--------------------yo linu huss
  • It's freezing (weather)------------Saharai chiso cha
  • It's cold (weather)------------------Saro jado cha
  • It's hot (weather)-------------------saro garam cha
  • Do you like it?-----------------------K tapailai maan paryo?
  • I really like it!------------------------Malai sarahai maan parcha
  • I'm hungry---------------------------Malai bhok laggyao
  • I'm thirsty----------------------------Ma tirkako chu
  • He is funny---------------------------yo hasyaspad cha
  • In The Morning--------------------- bihanai
  • In the evening-----------------------baluka
  • At Night-------------------------------rati
  • Hurry up!-----------------------------Chitto garnu huss!

Cuss Words (polite)

  • This is nonsense! (or: this is craziness)-------------------yo saan bakwash ho
  • My God! (to show amazement) --------------------------Hey Prabhu
  • Oh gosh! (when making a mistake)-----------------------hey ishwar
  • It sucks! (or: this is not good) -------------------------Anista vo
  • What's wrong with you?------------------------------------Tapailai k vayako cha?
  • Are you crazy? -----------------------------------------------K tapai thikai hunu huncha?
  • Get lost! (or: go away!) ------------------------------------Yaha bata haat!
  • Leave me alone!----------------------------------------------Malai eklai chodnu huss
  • I'm not interested! -----------------------------------Malai kunai chasho chaina

Writing a Letter

  • Dear John-------------------------Pryia John
  • My trip was very nice----------Maro yatra ramro vayo
  • The culture and people were very interesting----------------------tyaha ko sanskrati ra manche                                                                                                                      atyantai rochak rayachan
  • I had a good time with you----------------------------------------------Maro timi sanga ramro samaya vayo
  • I would love to visit your country again ----------------------------Ma fari pani tapaiko desh ko bhraman                                                                                                     garna maan parauchu
  • Don't forget to write me back from time to time ------------------Malai samaya samaya ma                                                                                                                       pratrachar garna navulnu hola

Short Expressions and words

  • Good----------------------Ramro
  • Bad-----------------------Naramro
  • So-so (or: not bad not good)--------------Tastai ho
  • Big-----------------------Thulo
  • Small--------------------Sano
  • Today-------------------Aaja
  • Now---------------------Aile
  • Tomorrow--------------Voli
  • Yesterday--------------Hizo
  • Yes----------------------Huncha/Ho
  • No----------------------Hudaina/Haina
  • Fast--------------------Chitto
  • Slow-------------------Sustha/dhilo
  • Hot-------------Tato
  • Cold------------Chiso
  • This------------yo
  • That-----------tyo
  • Here---------yaha
  • There--------tyaha
  • Me (ie. Who did this? - Me)------maile
  • You---------------tapai/ta
  • Him--------------uh
  • Her--------------uha
  • Us--------------hami
  • Them------------uha haru/tini haru
  • Really? ---------Haina hol/Hora?
  • Look!------------Harhu huss!

Question word 
  • What?----------K?
  • Where? ---------Kaha?
  • Who?------------Ko?
  • How?-------------Kasari?
  • When?-----------Kaile?
  • Why?-------------Kina?


  • Zero--------------Sunya
  • 1 ------------------------ek (A-kh)
  • 2 ------------------------dui (Du-ee)
  • 3 ------------------------tien (Tee-n)
  • 4 ------------------------char (Cha-r)
  • 5 ------------------------panch (Pa-n-ch)
  • 6 ------------------------chha (Cha)
  • 7 ------------------------saat (Sa-at)
  • 8 ------------------------aath (Aa-th)
  • 9 ------------------------nau (Na-u)
  • 10 ----------------------das (Daa-ss)
  • 11 ----------------------eghara (A-ghaa-ra)
  • 12 ----------------------bara (Bha-ra)
  • 13 ----------------------teera (Th-e-ra)
  • 14 ----------------------chauda (Chau-da)
  • 15 ----------------------pandhra (Pan-dra)
  • 16 ----------------------sorha (So-rha)
  • 17 ----------------------satra (Sat-ra)
  • 18 ----------------------athara (Aa-tha-ra)
  • 19 ----------------------unais (Un-nai-s)
  • 20 ----------------------bis (Bis)
  • 30 ----------------------teece (Tee-sh)
  • 40 ----------------------chaleece (Cha-lee-sh)
  • 50 ----------------------pachaase (Pa-cha-sh)
  • 60 ----------------------sathi (Sat-ti)
  • 70 ----------------------sattari (Sa-tha-ri)
  • 80 ----------------------assi (aa-si)
  • 90 ----------------------nabbe (nab-be)
  • 100 --------------------ek saye (A-kh sai-ya)
  • 200 --------------------dwi saye (Du-ee sai-ya)
  • 300 --------------------tin saye (Tee-n sai-ya)
  • 1000 ------------------ek hazar (A-kh Ha-zar)
  • 2000 ------------------dwi hazar (Du-ee Ha-zar)
  • 100,000 --------------ek lakh (A-kh la-kh)
  • 1,000,000-----------dus lakh (Daa-ss la-kh)

  • half --------------------------aadha (aa-dha)
  • less --------------------------kaam (cum)
  • more ------------------------dherai (dhe-raii)


  • now ----------------------------ahile (aa-hee-le)
  • later ---------------------------pachi (paa-chi)
  • before ------------------------agadi (aa-gha-dee)
  • morning ----------------------bihana (bee-haa-na)
  • afternoon --------------------diuso (di-u-sho)
  • evening -----------------------beluka (be-lu-kha)
  • night --------------------------rati (raa-ti)

Clock time

  • one o'clock AM ----------------------bihana ko ek baje
  • two o'clock AM ----------------------bihana ko dui baje
  • noon -----------------------------------madhyanha
  • one o'clock PM ---------------------diuso ko ek baje
  • two o'clock PM ---------------------diuso ko dui baje
  • midnight ----------------------------madhyaraat


  • _____ minute(s) -------------------_____ minute(s)
  • _____ hour(s) ----------------------_____ ghanta(haru) (gh-n-ta)
  • _____ day(s) -----------------------_____ din(haru) (dee-n)
  • _____ week(s) ---------------------_____ haptaa(haru) (hap-ta)
  • _____ month(s) ------------------_____ mahina(haru) (maa-hee-na)
  • _____ year(s) --------------------_____ barsa(haru) (ba-r-sha)


  • today ---------------------------------aaja (aa-ja)
  • yesterday ---------------------------hijo (hee-jo)
  • day before yesterday -------------aasti
  • tomorrow --------------------------bholi (bho-lee)
  • day after tomorrow -------------parsi
  • this week --------------------------yo hapta(yo hap-ta)
  • last week --------------------------asti ko hapta(as-ti ko hap-ta)
  • next week -------------------------arko hapta(ar-ko hap-ta)

  • Sunday ----------------------------aaitabaar (ai-ta-bar)
  • Monday ---------------------------sombaar (som-bar)
  • Tuesday ---------------------------mangalbaar (man-girl-bar)
  • Wednesday ----------------------budhabaar (bu-dho-bar)
  • Thursday --------------------------bihibaar (bee-hee-bar)
  • Friday -----------------------------shukrabaar (shuk-ro-bar)
  • Saturday --------------------------shanibaar (sa-ni-bar)


The Nepali Calendar, called Bikram Sambat or B.S., is a lunar calendar based on ancient Hindu tradition. It is roughly 57 years ahead of the Gregorian calendar (the year 2000 AD was equivalent to the years 2056-2057 BS). The beginning of the year usually falls on the 13th or 14th of April. Therefore, the months are not compatible with the Gregorian calendar.

  • April ------------------Baisakh
  • May ------------------Jestha
  • June ------------------Asadh
  • July -------------------Shrawan
  • August ---------------Bhadra
  • September ----------Ashoj
  • October -------------Kartik
  • November ----------Mangshir
  • December ----------Poush
  • January -------------Magh
  • February ------------Falgun
  • March ---------------Chaitra

Indicated by using the polite form

  • Thank you. --------------------------------Dhanyabaad (DHAN-naii-bat)
  • Yes. -----------------------------------------Hajur. (HA-jur) or Ho. (HO)
  • No. ------------------------------------------Chaina. (Chai-NA) or Haina. (Hai-Na)
  • Excuse me. --------------------------------Maaf garnus. (MA-af-GAR-nus)
  • I'm sorry. -----------------------------------Malai maaf garnus
  • Bye Bye--------------------------------------Ta-ta
  • I only speak a little Nepali---------------Ma ali-ali Nepali bolchu . (Ma all-ee all-ee nee-pa-li bowl-chu )
  • Do you speak English? -------------------Tapaai Angreji bolnuhunchha? (Ta-Pai- Ang-gri-jee bolnu-                                                                       hun-cha?)
  • Is there someone here who speaks English? ----------Koi English bolne cha? (Ko-i English bol-ne-                                                                                                 cha?)


  • Leave me alone. ----------------Malaai eklai chodnus. (Ma-laai ek-laai chod-nus)
  • Don't touch me!-----------------Malaai na chunus! (Ma-laai na chu-nus)
  • I'll call the police. ---------------Ma police bolau chu. (Ma police bo-lau-n chu)
  • Police! -----------------------------Police! (police)
  • Stop! Thief! ----------------------Parkha! Chor! (Pak-ra! cho-r!)
  • I need your help. ---------------Malaai sahayog chaiyo. (Ma-laai sa-ha-yog chai-yo)
  • It's an emergency. -------------Aapat paryo. (Aa-pat par-yo)
  • I'm lost. ---------------------------Ma haraye. (Ma ha-ra-ye)
  • I lost my bag. -------------------Mero jhola harayo. (Me-ro jho-la ha-ra-yo)
  • I lost my wallet. ----------------Mero wallet harayo. (Me-ro wallet ha-ra-yo)
  • I'm sick. --------------------------Malaai sancho chaina. (Muh-lay sann-cho cha-ee-nah)
  • I've been injured. --------------Malaai chot lagyo. (Ma-laai cho-t lag-yo)
  • I need a doctor. ----------------Malaai doctor chaiyo. (Ma-laai doctor chai-yo)
  • Can I use your phone? --------K ma hajur ko Phone prayog garna sakchu? (K ma ha-jur ko phone                                                        pra-yog gar-na sak-chu?)


  • black -----------kalo
  • white ----------seto
  • gray ------------kharani
  • red -------------raato
  • blue ------------nilo
  • yellow ----------pahelo
  • green -----------hariyo
  • orange ---------suntala rang
  • purple ----------baijani
  • brown ----------khairo
  • pink ------------gulabi

Travel in Bus 

  • How much is a ticket to _____? ------------------------Ticket ko kati paisa ho _____?
  • One ticket to _____, please. ----------------------------Euta ticket dinu hos _____?
  • Where does this train/bus go? -------------------------Yo gadi kahan janchha?
  • Where is the train/bus to _____? --------------------Gaadi kahan pauchha _____?
  • Does this train/bus stop in _____? -------------------Yo gadi _____ ma rokchha?
  • When does the train/bus for _____ leave? --------Gadi kun bela janchha _____?
  • When will this train/bus arrive in _____? ----------Kun bela ma puginchha _____?
  • What time does the last bus leave? -----------------Last bust kun bela janchha?


  • How do I get to _____ ? --------------------_____ kasari jhaane?
  • Can you show me on the map? ------------malaai naksamaa dekhunus?
  • street --------------------------------------------baato
  • Turn left. ----------------------------------------baayaa jaanus. (ba-ya, jaa-noos)
  • Turn right. --------------------------------------daya jaanus.
  • left ------------------------------------------------left (baayaa) (bye yaa)
  • right ----------------------------------------------right (dayaa)(die yaa)
  • straight ahead ---------------------------------sidha (See-DAH)
  • towards the _____ --------------------------_____ tira (tei-raw..)
  • past the _____ -------------------------------_____ pachhi (paw-chie)
  • before the _____ ----------------------------_____ aghaaDi (o-gaa-Di)
  • Watch for the _____-------------------------_____lai hernus. (lie-hey r-noos)


  • north ------------------uttar (u-tta-rr)
  • south ------------------dakshin (duck- shin)
  • east --------------------purba (pu-r-ba)
  • west -------------------paschim (pos-chim)
  • uphill ------------------ukaalo (oo-kaa-low)
  • downhill --------------ohralo (o-raa-low)


  • Taxi! ---------Taxi!
  • Take me to _____, please. -----------------kripaya,malaai________ laanus. (kri-paw-yaa, ma-lie- laa-                                                                     noos)
  • How much does it cost to get to _____? -------------------____ maa jaana kaati parchha? ( maa-jaa-                                                                                                         na ka-ti, par-chaa)
  • Take me there, please. ----------------------------------------kripaya, malaai tyahaa laanus. (kri-payaa,                                                                                         ma-lie tya-haa, laa-noos)


  • Do you accept American/Australian/Canadian dollars? ----------America/Australia/Canada ko                                                                                                                                                     paisaa chalchha?
  • Do you accept British pounds? -----------------------------------------Belaayatko paisaa chalchha?
  • Do you accept credit cards? ---------------------------------------------Credit card chalchha?
  • Can you change money for me? ---------------------------------------Malaai khoodraa dinu hunchha ki?
  • Where can I get money changed? -------------------------------------Paisa kahaa saatinchha?
  • Can you change a traveler's check for me? --------------------------travel check linuhucnhha?
  • Where can I get a traveler's check changed? -----------------------tralvel check kahaa saatichha?
  • What is the exchange rate? --------------------------------------------saTahi dar ke chha?
  • Where is an automatic teller machine (ATM)? --------------------(ATM)maysin kahaa chaa?


  • A table for one person/two people, please. ------------------------kripaya Tebul ek yaa dui janaako lagi.
  • Can I look at the menu, please? ---------------------------------------ma menu herna sakchhu?
  • Can I look in the kitchen? -----------------------------------------------ma keychen herna sakchhu?
  • Is there a house specialty? ----------------------------------------------gharmaa banaaieko kehi chha?
  • Is there a local specialty? ------------------------------------------------sthaaniya bisess kehi chha?
  • I'm a vegetarian. -----------------------------------------------Ma masu kandina. (Ma- ma-SU Kan-DIE-nah)
  • I don't eat pork. -----------------------------------------------------------ma bangoor khaadina.
  • I only eat kosher food. ---------------------------------------------------I only eat kosher food.
  • Can you make it "lite", please? (less oil/butter/lard) ------------yaslaai jalaaunus", please?
  • fixed-price meal -----------------------------------------------------------nischit darko khaanaa
  • I want _____. ------------------------------------------------------_____ chahanchhu.
  • I want a dish containing _____. ------------------------------_____bhaeko thaal chahanchhu.

  • chicken -----------------kukhuraa
  • beef ---------------------gaaiko masu
  • fish ----------------------maachhaa
  • ham ---------------------ham
  • cheese ------------------chij
  • eggs ---------------------anDaa
  • salad --------------------salad
  • (fresh) vegetables ----(taajaa) tarkaari
  • (fresh) fruit ------------(taajaa) phalphul
  • bread -------------------roTi(roti)
  • toast --------------------toast
  • noodles ----------------chau chau
  • rice ---------------------bhat (BHAT)
  • lentils -----------------daal (da-all)
  • coffee -------------coffee
  • tea (drink) --------chiya (CHEE-ah)
  • juice ----------------juice
  • water --------------pani (PAN-ee)
  • beer ----------------beer (BEER)
  • salt ----------------------nun (noon)
  • black pepper-----------marich
  • butter -------------------butter

  • May I have a glass of _____? ------------------------malaai ek gilaas _____ dinus?
  • May I have a cup of _____? -------------------------malaai ek cup _____ dinus?
  • May I have a bottle of _____? ----------------------malaai ek botal_____ dinus?
  • May I have some _____? ----------------------------malaai kehi _____ dinus?
  • I'm finished. --------------------------------------------Pugcha. (POOG-CHA)
  • It was delicious. ---------------------------------------Mito chaa
  • When is closing time?--------------------------kati khera bandha hunchha?


  • Do you have this in my size? -----mero size maa mil chha?
  • How much is this? ------------------yes ko kati parchha?
  • That's too expensive. -------------yo ekdam mahango bhayo.
  • Would you take _____? ----------_____ rupiya linus?

  • expensive ----------------mahango
  • cheap ---------------------sasto
  • I can't afford it. ---------ma kinna sakdina.
  • I don't want it. ----------malaai chahidaina.
  • I'm not interested. -----ma ichchhuk chhaina. (..)
  • OK, I'll take it. -----------OK, thik chha, ma yo linchhu.
  • Can I have a bag? -------malaai euTaa jhoolaa dinus?
  • I need... -------------------malaai chaahinchha...

  • toothpaste. --------------danta manjan.
  • a toothbrush. ------------daat majhne burus.
  • tampons. ------------------tampons.
  • soap. -----------------------sabun.
  • shampoo. -----------------shampoo.
  • pain reliever. --------------dukhaai haTaaune aushadhi. (e.g., aspirin or ibuprofen)
  • cold medicine. ------------chiso dawaai.
  • stomach medicine. -------peTko aushadi.
  • a razor. ---------------------a razor.
  • an umbrella. --------------chhataa.
  • sunblock lotion. ----------sunblock lotion.
  • a postcard. -----------------a postcard.
  • postage stamps. -----------hulaak Tikat.
  • batteries. --------------------batteries.
  • writing paper. --------------lekhne kaapi.
  • a pen. ------------------------kalam.

  • English-language books. -----------------angreji bhaasaako kitaab.
  • English-language magazines. -----------angreji bhaasaako patrikaa.
  • an English-language newspaper. -------angreji bhaasaako patrikaa.
  • an English-English dictionary. -----------angreji bhaasaako sabdkosh.


  • I haven't done anything wrong. -------------------Maile kehi galti gareko chaina.
  • It was a misunderstanding. ------------------------bujhaai maa kehi galti thiyo.
  • Where are you taking me? ------------------------tapaai malaai kahaa laadai hunuhunchha?
  • I am an American/Australian/British/chinese citizen. ----------ma American/Australian/British/Chinese naagarik hu.
  • I want to talk to the American/Australian/British/Chinese embassy/consulate. --------------ma                                             American /Australian/ British/ Chinese dutaabaas/ baanijya dutaabaas sanga                                     kura garna chahanchhu.
  • I want to talk to a lawyer. ---------------------ma wakil sanga kuraa garna chahanchhu.
  • Can I just pay a fine now? ---------------------ma jariwaanaa maatra tirchhu?

  • I -----------------------------Ma
  • He/She --------------------Uha (with respect)
  • He/She --------------------U/Uni (without respect)
  • You-------------------------Tapaain(with respect)/ Timi(without respect)
  • This-------------------------Yo
  • That-----------------------Tyo
  • A/an ----------------------Auta
  • To Open------------------Kolna
  • To Sit----------------------Basnu
  • To Walk ----------=------Hidnu
  • To Eat--------------------Khannu
  • To drink-----------------Pivnu
  • To Win------------------Jeetana
  • To run------------------Dauda
  • I go ---------------------Ma jau
  • He goes ---------------U janchha

  • He eats an apple------------Usle syau khanchha
  • He is eating an apple-------Usle syau khai raheki chhin
  • He ate an apple -------------Usle syau khayo
  • I saw the film last week----Maile gata hapta chalchitra heren
  • She came by bus yesterday---------Uni hijo bus chadhera aayin
  • They went to the mosque-----------Tini haru mosque gayen
  • He slept the whole night-------------Uni raat bhari sutyo
  • He wrote well in the examination----Usle pariksha ramro lekhyo
  • He has eaten------------------------------Usle khayeko chha
  • He will go----------------------------------Uha jancha
  • He will come------------------------------Uha aoucha
  • What is your name? -------------------Timro/ Taapainko(with respect) naam ke ho?

  • What-----------Ke
  • Is----------------Ho
  • Your -----------Timro(without respect)/ Tapaainko
  • Name----------Naam
  • What did you do?---------Timileyake ghareyaou?
  • What can I do?-------------Ma ke gharna sakchhu ta?
  • What are the questions?------Prasna haru ke chhan ta?
  • What were the questions?----Prasna haru kata gaye?
  • What is the last question?----Antim prasna ke ho?
  • What is written in the letter?----Chithhi ma ke lekheko chha?
  • What will be the answer?--------Uttar ke huncha?
  • Why did you come?----------------Timi kina ayako?
  • Why did you sleep?-----------------Timi kina suteko?
  • Why did she pay the money?-----Unle paisa kina tireko ?
  • Why did they sit there? ------------Tiniharu tyaha kina baseko ?
  • Why do you drive the car?--------Timile gadi kina chalayako?
  • Why are they late for the meeting?---------Tiniharu-le baithak ko lagi kina dhilo gareko?
  • How did you come?-----------------------------Timi kasari ayau?
  • How did you write?-----------------------------Timile kasto lekhyo?
  • How many apples are there in my hand?---Mero hath ma kati ota syau chha?
  • How many did you take?-----------------------Timile kati ota linchhau?
  • How much did he pay you?--------------------Usle timilai kati tiryo?
  • How much distance to go?--------------------Jana lai kati duri chha?
  • How was the journey yesterday?------------Hijo ko yatra kasto bhayo?
  • Which way did you come?--------------------Timi kun batoo auchhau?
  • Which is your favourite colour?--------------Timro man parne rang kun ho?
  • In which room did you sleep?-----------------Timi kun kotha ma sutna chahanchhau?
  • Which story did you tell?-----------------------Timi kun katha bhanna chahanchhau?
  • Which is the sweetest fruit?-------------------Sabai bhanda mitho falful kun ho?
  • Which is the best newspaper in Nepali? ---Nepali ma sabai bhanda ramro patrika kun ho?
  • Where did you come from?--------------------Timi kaha bata ayako?
  • Where did you sleep?---------------------------Timi kaha sutchhau?
  • Where should I go?------------------------------Ma kaha jau?
  • Whom should I contact?-----------------------Ma kaslai samparka garu?
  • Is it a book?----------------------------------------Yo auta kitab ho?
  • It is a book-----------------------------------------Yo kitab ho
  • Will you come with me?------------------------Ke timi ma sanga auchhau?
  • I shall come with you----------------------------Ma timi sanga auchhu
  • Yes, of course-------------------------------------Ho, bhaieehalcha ne
  • Do you love me?---------------------------------Ke timi malai maya garchau?
  • Yes, I love you------------------------------------Ho, ma timilai maya garchu
  • Can you give me your pen?-------------------Ke timi malai timro kalam dena sakchhau?
  • Can you write the exam?----------------------Timile exam diyo sakchhau?
  • Did you have your food?-----------------------Timile khana khayo?
  • How are you?-------------------------------------Timilai kasto chhaa?
  • I am fine--------------------------------------------Ma sanchai chhu