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- proper n. A Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nepali, India and Bhutan by the Newa people, and the only Tibeto-Burman language written in Devanagari script.
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- proper n. A language spoken in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal.
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- n. Himalayish language spoken in the Kathmandu valley of Nepal
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Mukti SIngh Thapa has revived the classical Newari style of Thangka painting with works of stunning detail.
In traditional Newari way, we cook red meat with spices.
Similar "goddesses" are also installed and worshipped in other small Newari towns in the Kathmandu Valley. posted by Ann Althouse at 7:04 PM
Buddhism still exists on a limited level among the Newari people of the Kathmandu Valley.
Tenzin Rabgye, a 17th-century spiritual ruler and poet whose personal chamber was painted with rich pigments and gold by the finest artists, probably of Tibetan, Newari people from the
Swiss and her menu, aside from a small Newari section, goes from Continental to
Instead of the simple but delicious Nepali staple meal, dal baht - lentils and rice - they serve quanti - a nine-bean soup indigenous to the Newari ethnic group.
Kwaanti (क्वाँटी) is a Newari dish that can contain peas, garbanzos, mung beans, soybeans, and lentils.
Maicha is a painting in which Rana has portrayed a woman attired in traditional Newari dress holding a gagri (water pot) to her waist with her right hand and a water-bucket in her left.
Swiss and her menu, aside from a small Newari section, goes from Continental to German dishes thrown in along with a steak which people