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How do we say the Days of the week in Nepali language

While you are traveling in Nepal and people asks you in Nepali “what day is it today?” you will need to understand how to advise the days of the week in Nepali simply. What if an individual asks “when am I going to meet you again?” You’ll want to write the time in Nepali perhaps. Apply our day key phrases in Nepali below to tell the full week days in Nepali. Learn More

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Telling the Days of The Week in Nepali

todayaaja (aa-ja)
yesterdayhijo (hee-jo)
tomorrowbholi (bho-lee)
this weekyo hapta(yo hap-ta)
last weekasti ko hapta(as-ti ko hap-ta)
next weekarko hapta(ar-ko hap-ta)
Sundayaaitabaar (ai-ta-bar)
Mondaysombaar (som-bar)
Tuesdaymangalbaar (man-girl-bar)
Wednesdaybudhabaar (bu-dho-bar)
Thursdaybihibaar (bee-hee-bar)
Fridayshukrabaar (shuk-ro-bar)
Saturdayshanibaar (sa-ni-bar)

Months in Nepali Language

The Nepali Calendar, called Bikram Sambat or B.S., is a lunar calendar based on ancient Hindu tradition. It is roughly 57 years ahead of the Gregorian calendar (the year 2000 AD was equivalent to the years 2056-2057 BS). The beginning of the year usually falls on the 13th or 14th of April. Therefore, the months are not compatible with the Gregorian calendar.
AprilBaisakh (...)
MayJestha (...)
JuneAsadh (...)
JulyShrawan (...)
AugustBhadra (...)
SeptemberAshoj (...)
OctoberKartik (...)
NovemberMangshir (...)
DecemberPoush (...)
JanuaryMagh (...)
FebruaryFalgun (...)
MarchChaitra (...)

Select the links directly below to check out a list of useful Nepali holiday keyword phrases which are arranged by theme. For every travel phrase in Nepali, you will notice the actual English interpretation.

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