Nepali has a long history of making its own language, and that’s just how it is with the language spoken in this part of the world.
In the past, Nepali speakers would often be forced to learn Spanish.
Now, though, there is a growing number of Nepali-speaking companies that are making translations for Nepali into their own language.
The Nepali Language Institute is the first to release a translation, which you can see below.
This translation is from the English version of Google Translate.
“I was born and raised in Nepal.
I have been speaking Nepali for the last 25 years, but I decided to learn the Nepali language from scratch as I am in the middle of a very serious crisis.
I am writing this article from the perspective of a Nepali who is currently in exile in Thailand.
We need to take care of our Nepali people, and we need to keep Nepali alive.
I would like to start this article by telling you about my experiences in Nepal, so that you can be more confident in your own identity.
My family is in the capital city of Kathmandu, and I live there with my wife, two children, and a small dog named “Bana.”
The first time I left Nepal for Thailand was in 1985.
I left for Nepal with my parents.
I was only 12 years old, but my parents thought I would stay forever.
I stayed in a hotel, and it was just a big room with the beds in the corner.
I had two beds in my room.
It was very crowded, and the hotel manager said, “We don’t have any room.
What’s wrong with this room?
“I said, No, I want to sleep on the floor.
He said, OK, you go ahead.
He was very kind, but he was just really nice to me.
After a while, I went to the hospital and my parents called me from Thailand.
I said to them, “What happened to you?
I came from Thailand and you didn’t take me to the airport?
Did you not know me?
“They said, Of course, I was in Thailand, you don’t know me.
My parents were not surprised.
They thought I had been kidnapped and taken to Thailand.
When I got to Thailand, they had already taken me to their hotel.
I think they had a plan for me to leave.
They had already arranged for me in a room in their hotel room, and they were expecting me to go to Thailand to take my luggage with me, and so they were very worried.
They told me to take a nap in their room.
I went and took a nap.
I woke up and my family was still asleep.
I called my sister, “You are still asleep.”
She said, You are sleeping?
I said yes.
She said to take me back to my parents’ room.
My mother said, Don’t worry, he will bring me a doctor.
So I went back to sleep.
I didn’t even have to call my sister.
I just said to my sister “Take me to my father’s room.”
My mother came and woke up.
She had a knife.
She went to my room and she came back with a knife in her hand.
She started stabbing my sister and my mother.
She told me, “This is my son.”
She stabbed my mother, then she stabbed my brother, then her brother, and then my sister stabbed me.
I screamed and tried to escape, but she held me in her arms.
Then I went into the hospital, and she took me to see the doctor.
I asked him what happened.
He didn’t know anything about what happened, but said, I’m going to give you some medical advice.
So she gave me some medical treatment.
My family is from Nepal.
My father was born in Nepal and my sister was born there.
She was born five months after my mother was born.
I still call her my mother from now on.
When my sister came to live in Thailand with her mother, I told her that my father had been killed, and my father didn’t like that, so he wanted to go and live with his mother.
So he went and lived with his father.
When he returned from Thailand, my mother said to me, I have to take this to my mother and tell her what happened to my brother.
So, I asked my mother if I can tell my brother what happened?
And she said, Yes.
So my mother went and told my father.
My brother was born after my father was killed.
My sister was my daughter.
My brothers name is Nisar.
My sisters name is Madal.
My nephew is Niles.
My aunt is Sita.
My uncle is Kala.
My grandfather is Kaur.
My grandmother is Sultana.
My cousins are my great-grandfather and great-great