Nepal also has the largest number of speakers of the languages of Bharopeli (भारोपेली) Language family, which has the largest number of speakers in the world. There are some the major language belongs to Bharopeli (भारोपेली) Language family of Nepal;
Nepali language is the largest language in Nepal. It is the language of the Bharopeli family which developed from Sanskrit, Prakrit, and Apabhramsa.
The Nepali language is a mother tongue. It is also second language in Nepal. Nepali speakers are also found in various parts of India, Bhutan, India, Burma, and other countries.
The Maithili is the second largest language after Nepali language. Maithili language is mainly spoken in the Mithila region. Maithili language is developed from Magadhi Prakrit distinction of Sanskrit language. Maithili language is basically spoken in the Eastern Terai of Nepal.
Literary writing, magazine publishing, radio and TV news, and other programs, film, and telefilm production have been done in this language.
The Bhojpuri language is also a language developed from the Magadhi natural language. The name of this language has been changed to Bhojpuri, as it is spoken in the ancient city of Bhojpur in India.
This language is spoken more in India than in Nepal in Bara, Parsa, Rautahat, Chitwan, Rupandehi, and other districts of Nepal.
Bhojpuri language which was earlier written in Kaithi script is now written in Devanagari script. The Bhojpuri language is considered rich in ancient literature and folk literature.
According to the National Census, 2068, the number of speakers is 6.7 percent.
Tharu language is believed to have evolved from Magadhi nature. The Terai and Bhitrimadesh of Morang, Sunsari, Saptari, Chitwan, Kapilvastu, Dang, Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, and Kanchanpur are the main places for speakers of this language. This language is mostly used by the Tharu caste/community.
Tharus are the ancient caste/community of Nepal. The use of the word Tharu in Anshuvarma’s inscription reflects its antiquity. Tharu language.
Although there is no old literary tradition in the Tharu language, now publishing magazines in this language.
The work of writing a dictionary and grammar is beginning. According to the National Census, 2068, the number of speakers is 5.8 percent.
As the language is spoken in the Awadh region of Uttar Pradesh, India, its name is Awadhi. This language is spoken in districts like Nawalparasi, Rupandehi, Kapilvastu, Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, Kanchanpur of Nepal.
The Awadhi language is also a language developed from the Ardhamagadhi Prakrit language of Sanskrit. Although the period language, which had a large store of folklore, was earlier distinguished as an independent language, it is now also considered as a regional distinction of Hindi. According to the National Census, 2068, the number of speakers is 1.9 percent.
The number of Urdu speakers spoken in the Terai districts of Nepal is very low in Nepal. Although rare in Nepal, the language has gained respect as the national language in India and Pakistan. Urdu is the main national language in Pakistan. The literary Urdu language is very rich. The language is written in Arabic script.
According to the National Census 2068 in Nepal, 2.6 percent of the population uses this language as their mother tongue.
Rajbanshi language- Tajpuria
According to the 2068 census, 0.8 percent use the dynastic language as their mother tongue in Morang and Jhapa districts.
This language is also called the Tajpuri language. The origin of this language is the Assam region and North-East Bengal. Literature has not been created in this language.
As per 2068 census, 0.3 percent of the population uses Hindi as their mother tongue in Nepal. This language is the national language of India and is known as the dominant language of South Asia.
This language is mainly spoken in the Terai districts of Nepal, while traders from other cities also use Hindi language.
The Hindi language is known as a rich language in terms of literary creation.
This language is called the Danuwari language because it is spoken by the Danuwar caste/community.
This language is used by the Danuwars living in and around the inner Madhes of Sindhuli, Sarlahi, Rautahat, Udaipur, Jhapa, Morang, Kavre, and other districts of Nepal.
The unwritten Danuvari language is very diverse due to its influence on other languages. According to the 2068 census, 0.2 percent of the population in Nepal uses Danuwari as their mother tongue.
The people who live on the river’s side of Nepal and go fishing and boating are called Majhi. Though, the language they speak is called Majhi Language.
Written literature in this language has not been developed. Some linguists believe that Majhi and Bote are the same languages because the so-called Bote are the ones who write Majhi in Nepal.
According to the 2068 census, 0.08 percent of the population speaks this language as their mother tongue.
Darai language is spoken in Chitwan, Palpa, Tanahu, etc. districts of Nepal. There is no written literature in this language.
According to the 2068 census, 0.01 percent of the population in Nepal speaks this language as their mother tongue.
The Kumal language is a language developed from Ardhamagadhi Prakrit. Speakers of the Kuma language live in Syangja, Palpa, Nawalparasi, Parbat, and other districts of Nepal.
Under the influence of Nepali and other languages, as per the 2068 census, the Kuma language is used by 0.04 percent of the population.
In the hilly districts of Nepal, the nomadic traders are known as Chureta. The language they use is Chureti.
This language has no written form or script. According to the 2068 census, the number of language users in Nepal is only 1,075.
The Bengali language has evolved from Magadhi Prakrit and Magadhi Apabhramsa of Sanskrit.
Bengali, the major language of West Bengal, India, and Bangladesh, is spoken in the Jhapa and Morang districts of Nepal. It is a language with very rich literature.
This language is written in a crooked script. Rabindranath Tagore, a poet of the same language, was the first Indian to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature.
The Nepali language also has a deep connection with this language. According to the 2068 census, the language users in Nepal are 0.07 percent.
The Marwari language is the language spoken by the Marwaris who came to Nepal from the western region of Rajasthan, India.
Those who came to Nepal for business have also established this language in Nepal. The major industrialists and traders of Nepal are Marwaris, they are the ones who use this language.
This written language also has its own script and literature. According to the 2068 census, 0.1 percent of the population in Nepal uses Marwari as their mother tongue.
The Magahi language, which is considered to have a very small population, is considered to be a distinction from Hindi.
This language is also considered to have a mother tongue population in Nepal but the number is small.