फुच्चे राजकुमार (Phuchhe Rajkumar) — in Nepali / Gorkhali / Khas Kura.

Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in Nepal and neighbouring regions of India. It’s the official language of Nepal and holds cultural and linguistic importance in the region.

Nepali is written using the Devanagari script, which is also used for other languages like Hindi and Sanskrit. The Devanagari script consists of characters representing consonant sounds with vowel marks that can be added to form complete syllables.

Nepali has been influenced by Sanskrit due to historical and cultural connections. It has also been influenced by other languages like Hindi and English. Owing to Nepal’s location, this language has been influenced by Tibeto-Burman languages (e.g. Dzongkha). Nepali is spoken by millions of people in Nepal, northern India, and Nepali-speaking communities around the world.