Why & How to Say Happy Birthday in Nepali Language – Tips for Foreigner


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Why & How to Say Happy Birthday in Nepali Language – Tips for Foreigners

Do you have a problem to say happy birthday in Nepali नेपाली language? You don’t know how to say happy birthday in the Nepali language. We are the best solution. Don’t feel temper and bored. We have come here with the all your solution to say happy birthday in Nepali.

This post is about how to say happy birthday in the Nepali language. We have posted many happy birthday messages, wishes in English and Nepali language with English and Nepali script or font. Not only that you can get here, how to pronounce them in the English language. We have given the sounds as well. Why too late? let’s wish happy birthday in the Nepali language to your brother, sister, father, mother, grand ma, grand ma, friend, sister in law, brother in law, father in law, mother in law, girlfriend, boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, husband, wife and etc. You can use these happy birthday wishes in Facebook status for saying. You can copy these wishing message in Nepali and paste it on Facebook status. So, celebrate these wishing message in a Facebook status.

5 Reasons Why to Wish Happy Birthday in Nepali language to Nepalese People

First of all, let’s discuss why you should wish happy birthday in his/her own language. Why wish a happy birthday? Get a reason to wish ‘Happy birthday’.

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Let’s start with why we celebrate birthdays. From the history, we learn that birthdays date back to ancient Egypt. That time the people believed that this age old tradition began when pharaohs (the most powerful person in ancient Egypt) were crowned and consider being gods. Their coronation (the ceremony of crowning) date was considered to be their Birth Date as a god. Well, this s just a real quick history behind the birthday’s celebration.

Birthday Wishes for Girlfriend in English
Birthday Wishes for Girlfriend in English

Well everybody is familiar with the greetings. The greeting is an act of communication in which people purposely make their presence known to each other. Some people greet to show attention to and to suggest a type of relationship or social status. In a matter of fact sometimes greetings are used just preceding to a conversation or to greet in passing, such as on side walk. Greetings can be expressed both audibly and physically and often include a combination of two. Also, greetings can also be expressed in written communications, such as emails, messages, and letters.

Now let’s come back to the topic. We all have seen greeting people on their birthdays or on any special occasion for that matter. But have you ever bothered to know the reason behind the greeting or wishing a person in their birthdays? Well, below are some reasons to wish Happy Birthday.

Tips for Foreigners – Reasons Why to Wish Happy Birthday in the Nepali language to Nepalese People

1. To make them feel special

Generally, people are negative and unhappy. This is a truth that most people deny to acknowledge. For the most part, special occasions like Birthdays, Anniversaries, Accomplishments, and other milestones are the time when a person expects to be treated specially. It is their few days in life where one gets to feel more important or loved a bit more. So people create some emotional messages or funny messages to make them laugh and to greet them a proper life in coming days. And these actions make the ones feel special. So people with one to show their presence, love, one’s role in

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2. For their Recognition

Additionally, recognition covers a very wide spectrum of emotions as related to perceived “happiness”.  For occurrence, being rich may not make a person happy (mostly it doesn’t, but being recognized as rich does. Do you see the difference?

On this special day, the one needs to be treated special from the people in his circle. He/she needs a bit more attention on this day than other days. So keeping that in mind people greets them to show their interest and recognition.

3. To abolish boredom

We, human are very superficial beings. People prefer to appear happy than to actually be Happy. In general, people need things to keep life interesting, or else boredom and depression set in. So a few special occasions are the best time to abolish boredom. A reason to party, which helps keep things balanced. So people greet them and they plan for something more joyful and interesting than other days.

4. To start conversation

Some people love to make the new friend but with their daily life, somehow they are unable to do so. One may like his/her personality and wanted to talk to them. So this is the best day to express, He/ She will be in a good mood, which becomes an advantage for the one who is approaching so they greet them in an interesting way and the further conversations are stepped forward.

5. To approach

Usually, guys approach to girls. Some guys are shy and they have no idea how to begin. So the birthday becomes their advantage. They send a personalized birthday message and send her and make them notice. Arrange for some to interrupt almost immediately after the Happy birthdays leaves your lips. Then by ignoring the interrupter for a few additional seconds, you actually manage to create the impression of wanting to prolong the conversation but being dragged away against your will.

Well, this is usually the reason for a conversation starter or new friends. But there is no reason for the family and your best friends. On your birthday they just wanted to make you feel special. They try to erase your boredom, stress and live the best one day in a whole year. They wish you for your prosperity, happiness, long life and success in every step you take in your life. These people are the real ones. Your family and friends will plan for you to surprise. They can wake up in the midnight and scare you first and after realizing you can have a smile on your face. They arrange a party in the name of yours and show that how important role you play in their life.

A greeting does not always mean some good words for you like birthday quotes, or the special notes. Let’s think about our family usually if you are home and not far away from them, they greet you personally face to face, hug you so you will feel better. They try to give you more time on birthday comparing to other days just to make you feel special and better. And some friends just seek for the reasons to party. They will greet you so that you would invite them to your party.

But some people don’t like being greeted on their birthdays, it may because of some incidents happened in their life on the exact and some don’t like the noise of the party and preferred to stay alone. Also may be their own personality which doesn’t let them celebrate.

Whatever the reason but people generally greet you in your birthdays and all of them have their own reasons. So generally people love to be greeted and they love to feel what they think they deserve. Why not celebrate life, maturity and the positives and be happy while you are alive and optimize the time we have?

So these above are the reasons that I found to wish people on their birthdays. If you know the other reasons then you can comment below so we can add them to this article.

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 How to say happy birthday in the Nepali language

Birthday Wish No. 1 in English Language: – Heartily wishing you on your happy birthday.

English Roman font: tapailai janma dinko hardik mangalmaya shubhakamana (this is for elder people)
Nepali Devanagari font: तपाईलाई जन्मदिनको हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Tapā’īlā’ī janmadinakō hārdika maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

English font: timilai janma dinko hardik mangalmaya shubhakamana (this is for younger people)
Nepali Devanagari font: तिमीलाई जन्मदिनको हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Timīlā’ī janmadinakō hārdika maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

Birthday Wish No. 2 in English Language: – Many Many wishes on your happy birthday.

English Roman font: tapailai janma dinko dherai dherai shubhakamana. (this is for elder people)
Nepali Devanagari font: तपाईलाई जन्मदिनको धेरै धेरै मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Tapā’īlā’ī janmadinakō Dhērai dhērai maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

English Roman font: timilai janma dinko dherai dherai mangalmaya shubhakamana (this is for younger people)
Nepali Devanagari font: तिमीलाई जन्मदिनको धेरै धेरै मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Timīlā’ī janmadinakō Dhērai dhērai maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

Birthday Wish No. 3 in English language: Heartily best wishes on your happy birthday from my side.

in English Roman font: Mero tarpha bat tapailai janma dinko hardik mangalmaya shubhakamana (It is used for elder people)
in Nepali Devanagari font: मेरो तर्फबाट तपाईलाई जन्मदिनको हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Mērō tarphabāṭa tapā’īlā’ī janmadinakō hārdika maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

in English Roman font: Mero tarpha bat timilai janma dinko hardik mangalmaya shubhakamana (It is used for elder people)
in Nepali Devanagari font: मेरो तर्फबाट तिमीलाई जन्मदिनको हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Mērō tarphabāṭa Timīlā’ī janmadinakō hārdika maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

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Birthday Wish No. 4 in English: Many many happy wishes on your birthday from my side

in English Roman font: mero tarfa bat tapailai janma dinko dherai dherai shubhakamana. (It is used for the elder person.)
Pronunciation or sounds: Mērō tarphabāṭa tapā’īlā’ī janmadinakō Dhērai dhērai maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā
in Nepali font: मेरो तर्फ बाट तपाईलाई जन्मदिनको धेरै धेरै मंगलमय शुभकामना

in English Roman font: mero tarfa bat timilai janma dinko dherai dherai shubhakamana. (It is used for a younger person.)
in Nepali font: मेरो तर्फबाट तिमीलाई जन्मदिनको धेरै धेरै मंगलमय शुभकामना
Pronunciation or sounds: Mērō tarphabāṭa Timīlā’ī janmadinakō Dhērai dhērai maṅgalamaya śubhakāmanā

How to say happy birthday in Nepali language
How to say happy birthday in Nepali language

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