Poudel - Nepalese Language & Culture
national language of Nepal is known as "Nepali".
Nepal is home to around 20 million speakers of Nepali. Nepali is the
mother tongue for 11 million people.† Outside
of Nepal, Nepali is also spoken in northeast India and in much of Bhutan.
On account of its widespread use in the states of West Bengal (particularly
in the district of Darjeeling
and Sikkim), the Indian Constitution recognizes Nepali as a major language of
Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language, and thus part of a linguistic grouping which
includes other South Asian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Marathi and Gujarati.
Indo-Aryan languages are related to Sanskrit, much as modern European languages
Nepali is written in the Devanagari (or 'Nagari') script, which is also used
Marathi and Sanskrit. Nepali Devanagari has 11 vowels and 33 consonants. The
is essentially phonetic. The script is written from left to right, with a top
the word boundaries.
Madan Poudel is a Nepali citizen who comes from the land of Mt. Everest.
is fluent in English, Hindi Napalese and speaks some Japanese. He offers
Nepalese language lessons, Nepalese culture lessons and computer lessons.
Since Nepalese is his mother tongue, he not only can help
students with the grammatical patterns of Nepalese but also with the
logical depth and natural language of Nepal.
did his pre-diploma in Computer Science and was formerly a partner
in an Internet
computer store in Nepal.
He offers PC troubleshooting. Computer lessons he offer include:
Microsoft Office packages
• MS Word
is available to teach classes in Chiba and Tokyo.
Nepalese language & culture classes are ¥2000 per hour plus
transportation.Computer Lessons are ¥2500
per hour plus transportation.
contact details are out of date. Madan please contact me to update