The Nepali translation agency
If you want to do business abroad, it is of course important to know something about the country in which you will be doing that business. Language is one of the more important considerations. It is often the cornerstone of a society and with the right amount of knowledge and skill, you can make a very positive impression. It is no different in Nepal. We will gladly help you with the translation of your business documents into Nepali (Nepalese), including your brochures and leaflets for your company, but also covering your contracts and manuals.
Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language. It is spoken by about fourteen million people, of which a very large majority live in Nepal itself: almost twelve million people. The language is also known as Gurkhali, particularly by the Nepalese themselves. This is due to the region’s history and the origins of the language. The Gurkha tribe conquered Nepal in the sixteenth century and brought the language with them. As well as the twelve million speakers in Nepal, an estimated two million speakers live in India. It is the official language in Nepal and in a couple of areas of India.
Nepali is written in Devanagari. This is an Indian script in which various other Indo-Aryan languages including Hindi are also written. The script originated at the end of the twelfth century and is a direct descendant of Brahmi, a script that was being used three centuries before the birth of Christ. The syllabic script is very difficult to understand for people who do not speak an Indo-Aryan language as natives.
We have the necessary experience in-house to support you by translating all sorts of documents into Nepalese. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our project managers, they will gladly answer any questions you may have. You can request a no-obligation quotation via the website or by sending us the document by email.
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