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<p>The article discusses kinship terminology in Nepal. Kinship terminology is a natural meeting point for the disciplines of anthropology and linguistics. The author reveals that the socio-linguistic characteristics of Nepali greatly appeals to western sensibilities. The author, himself being a foreigner in Nepal, shares his experiences of Nepali kinship terminology. The article also discusses the borrowing of kinship terminology in Nepali from English. (Rajeev Ranjan Singh 2006-10-08)</p>

<p>In this review, Mark Turin surveys several books that aim to teach the Nepali language. He notes the strengths and weaknesses of these materials before focusing on Michael Hutt and Abhi Subedi's <em>Teach Yourself Nepali: A Complete Course in Understanding, Speaking and Writing</em>. Turin commends <em>Teach Yourself Nepali</em> for the lucid yet concise presentation of Nepali grammar and vocabulary. The end of the review provides some useful corrections to the few mistakes in the book. (Ben Deitle 2006-04-10)</p>

<p>This a review by Mark Turin of <em>Himalayan Space: Cultural Horizons and Practices 1999</em> edited by Balthasar Bickel and Martin Gaenszle.</p>

<p>This is a review by Mark Turin of Kanak Mani Dixit and Shastri Ramachandan, <em>State of Nepal</em>.</p>

<p>This is a review by Mark Turin of Robert Powell, <em>Himalayan Drawings</em>.</p>

<p>A trilingual online dictionary of Thangmi, Nepali and English which displays using Nepali characters. Approximately 2,000 entries and the first online deployment of a Nepali Unicode language database. (Mark Turin 2004-03-23)</p>

24 articles by scholars from nine different countries on languages spoken in the Himalayan regions of Nepal, India, Tibet and China. (Mark Turin 2004-03-23)

<p>This article is based on the study of Thakali population in Nepal. It focuses on language and ethnicity among the Thakali. (Rajeev Ranjan Singh 2007-03-05)</p>