Classical Newari

Newari, also known as Nepal Bhasa, is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Newar people of Nepal. It is one of the few languages in the world that is still spoken in its classical form. The Newar people have a rich cultural heritage and their language reflects this. Classical Newari is full of beautiful words and phrases that are used to describe the world around us. It is a very expressive language and is often used in poetry and literature. Despite its beauty, Classical Newari is endangered. The number of people who speak the language is declining, and many young Newar people are choosing to use other languages instead. This is a shame, as Classical Newari is a unique and important part of Nepal’s cultural heritage. If you are interested in learning Classical Newari, there are a few resources available. The best way to learn is to find a tutor or teacher who can help you to understand the grammar and vocabulary. There are also some online resources that can be helpful. The future of Classical Newari is uncertain, but the language is still spoken by a small number of people. It is important to preserve this language, as it is a beautiful and important part of Nepal’s culture.

Language group

Sino-Tibetan languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Classical Newari