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Nepali is the official language of Nepal and is also spoken in the neighboring parts of India. Hindi and Nepali are similar but not mutually intelligible. Both are written in Devanagari script, while Hindi uses more Sanskrit words and Nepali shares 40% lexical similarity with Bengali.
Interested users could go to the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Hindi and Nepali
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Hong Kong Sunday Herald, 1950-07-021950-07-02
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