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Planning Maithili for Social Change in Nepalese Context

@inproceedings{Jha2009PlanningMF,
  title={Planning Maithili for Social Change in Nepalese Context},
  author={Amaranatha Jha},
  year={2009}
}
Language siluation in Nepal There are various versions regarding the exact number of languages spoke n in Nepal. The Population Census (200 I) mentions 92 languages spoken in the country, while Malla (1989) and Toba ( 1992) cnli st 70 and Grimes (2005) estimates 126 languages. However, it is a fact that the country has the possession of a lot of variety of languages. Out of 92 languages recorded in the Population Census (2001), 13 languages are foreign ones, mostly spoken in Indi a (Yadav 2002… Expand

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