Sudurpaschim Province

With just a few hundred speakers, the Dhuleli language is on the brink of dying out

A spoken language with no written script, Dhuleli is primarily spoken in Bajhang by the Rokaya, Kami and Bohara communities With just a few hundred speakers, the Dhuleli language is on the brink of dying out
Elders and community leaders from Saipal Rural Municipality, where Dhuli is located, say that the language has witnessed a rapid decrease in speakers due to the influx of other languages like Nepali and English.  Post Photo: Basanta Pratap Singh
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Basanta Pratap Singh & Samuel Chhetri
Published at : May 29, 2019
Updated at : June 1, 2019 06:47
Bajhang/ Kathmandu

Basanta Pratap Singh

Basanta Pratap Singh is the Bajhang correspondent for Kantipur Publications.

Samuel Chhetri

Samuel Chhetri is an online reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering a wide range of issues, including politics, society, sports, arts and entertainment.


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