Nepal Bhasa (नेपाल भाषा, Nēpāl bhāṣā, Newah Bhaye, Newari) plugin for MultiLing Keyboard. Please install MultiLing Keyboard along with this plugin.
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Instruction: ⑴ Install this plugin and Multiling O Keyboard. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kl.ime.oh ⑵ Run O Keyboard and follow its setup guide. ⑶ Slide space bar to switch languages.
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Wikipedia: Newar (नेवाः भाय् Newāh Bhāy) is a culturally important language of Nepal. It is also known as Nepal Bhasa (नेपाल भाषा) and Newari, though some consider this term with an Indic '-i' suffix to be objectionable. It was Nepal's administrative language from the 14th to the late 18th centuries. It is spoken today as a native language by the Newar people, the indigenous inhabitants of Nepal Mandala, which consists of the Kathmandu Valley and surrounding regions.
Although 'Nepal Bhasa' literally means 'Nepalese language', the language must not be confused with the Nepali language (नेपाली), the country's present-day official language. Although the two languages belong to unrelated language families, centuries of contact have resulted in a significant body of shared vocabulary.
Outside Nepal, Newar is spoken in India, particularly in Sikkim, where it is one of eleven official languages. Newar is a member of the Sino-Tibetan language family, but it has been influenced by languages belonging to other families such as Sanskrit, Nepali, Hindi, English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, Newar has suffered greatly from official suppression and hostility from neighbours. Regardless of the high level of development and rich literature of Classical Nepalbhasa, Newar culture and the language are both under threat today. During the period 1952 to 1991, the percentage of the population in the Kathmandu Valley speaking Newar dropped from 74.95% to 43.93%. The language has been listed as being 'definitely endangered' by UNESCO.