How to Say I Love You in Nepali Language with Example? Here Are 11 Best Ways To Express Your Feelings

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How to Say I Love You in Nepali Language with Example :- So the last post, we saw how to say happy father’s day in Nepali language. Today we’re going to learn how to say ‘I love you’ in Nepali. Now you will be perfect to impress your partner by saying I love you in Nepali language.

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How do we say I love you in Nepali?

Love does not have them any language, as well it does not speak anything but makes people follow its own path. But it is necessary to express the love to achieve the mutual caring and exchange of the love, and it only needs the few words and courage that depend on their personality.

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Loving someone is good feeling inside us, as well love makes the peace and cooperation in the world. The love between the members of the family, friends, as well between couple makes us feel how much we are special in this world.

Some love like between member of the family as well between friends do not need to be expressed but it signifies through our caring behaviors and cooperation, but sure if there comes the matter of the love between two lovebirds, it really need to be expressed and each should make other to feel how much they care about each other in the words too.

And usually, every lovebird feel their love is unique then of others. They expect each other to make feel more special than anyone. As well when there comes the matter to express the words of love for the very first time, then that moment would take the best memory for the near future.

So, we should not take the chance to make it rather special and memorable. Today we here are oriented on the different ways to express our love in Nepali words. Some may be weak in English or want to be unique than other ways to express their love then you should better try proposing in the Nepali language. After reading this article we will know some of the best and memorable way to say I love you in Nepali.

How to say I love you in Nepali language
  • If the girl/ boy you love is straightforward, and don’t have deep knowledge in indirectly defined words to reach out any point then it is better to go through the straightway as she or he is. Without any bent words, it is better to express him that you love him or her. Just you have to call her name in the very caring way and say “Ma timilai maan parauchu, timi sanga ma bihe garna chahanchu (in Nepali – म तिमिलाइ मन पराउछु, तिमि सङ म बिहे गर्न चाहन्छु.) (Pronunciation of Nepali sentence – Ma timilā’i mana parā’uchu, timi saṅa ma bihē garna cāhanchu”. Making confusing for what you want to express then it could make him/ her impressions bad of yours, and it’s better not to try in another random way to express you love him or her. You can say this by holding some flowers or red roses, and you should talk making contact with his /her eyes then it could work better.
  • If the girl/ boy you love is smart, then for sure they prefer you to express in the smartest way as they are. You can better prefer to make his puzzle for what you actually want to say and for sure if they love you back, then he would reach through the puzzle. It would make your good impression of him/ her of yours. There can be multiple ways to express in the smartest way. You just have to say how you feel with him or her and how much you feel good and happy in his /her company. Some verses trying this is like,” Malai timi sanga bitayeka paal haru nikai yaadgaar lagchhan, timi sanga huda ma nikai khusi hunchhu. Timi sanga vetesi chhutiyera jana maan lagdaina, tei vayera timilai sadhaiko Lagi mero banauna chahanxu. (In Nepali font – मलाइ तिमि सङ बिताएका पलहरु निकै यादगार लाग्छन्, तिमि सङ हुदा म निकै खुसि हुन्छु। तिमि सङ भेटेसि छुटिएर जान मन लाग्दैन, त्यै भयेर तिमिलाइ सधैको लागि मेरो बनाउन चाहन्छु।) (Pronunciation and sounds for that Nepalese sentence – Malā’i timi saṅa bitā’ēkā palaharu nikai yādagāra lāgchan, timi saṅa hudā ma nikai khusi hunchu. Timi saṅa bhēṭēsi chuṭi’ēra jāna mana lāgdaina, tyai bhayēra timilā’i sadhaikō lāgi mērō banā’una cāhanchu.)” You have to tell him/her this by looking at his/her eyes with your magic smile. For sure if he/she loves you back, whether they will smile welcoming your propose then you should not miss the time by saying “ ma timilai Maya garchhu, ( his/ her name) ani timi sanga Milera ma Sano pariwar banauna chahanxu” and be ready for his/ her happiness in their face and happy future ahead.
  • If the girl/ boy you love like to play with words or have interest in literature, then you should try once to express your love on the poetic way or in a keen deep word group. It does not really means that you also should have the knowledge of Nepali literature to express in this way, just you have to act like natural and say how much you feel the caring and love with him/her with some repeating rhyming words.

For eg, “ (calling his/her name), timilai aaja man ko kura vannu chha,
Kina ki timile mero bhawana bujhxau vanne, sadhai mero mannu chha
Tara ma chai garib chhu sabda haru ko, tei pani malai timrai tarika le vannu chha
Thah xa (calling his/her name)Timi sangai basera malai Aakash ko taara gannu xa
Teti belamai bachha jhai banera timro bachpan ko kahani ma ramnu chha,
Timro ejajat yedi xa vane timro aauda dinnma timro jibansathi bannu chha
Chhaina vane pani kehi chhaina, malai ta timi sadhai khusi hunxau vanne sunnu xa.
Chhoto sabda ma vannu parda timilai dherai maya garxu ma, yo kura man dekhi timilai vannu xa.

In Nepali Devanagari font

(calling his/her name), तिमिलाइ आज मन को कुरा भन्नु छ,
किनकि तिमिले मेरो भावना बुझ्छौ भन्ने, सधै मेरो मान्नु छ
तर म चै गरिब छु सब्दहरु को, त्यै पनि मलाइ तिम्रै तरिका ले भन्नु छ
थाह् छ (calling his/her name) तिमि सङै बसेर मलाइ आकाश को तारा गन्नु छ
तेति बेलामै बच्चा झै बनेर तिम्रो बचपन को कहानि मा रम्नु छ,
तिम्रो इज्जत यदि छ भने तिम्रो आउदा दिन मा तिम्रो जिबनसाथि बन्नु छ
छैन भने पनि केहि  छैन, मलाइ त तिमि सधै खुसि हुन्छौ भन्ने सुन्नु क्स।
छोटो सब्द मा भन्नु पर्द तिमिलाइ धेरै माया गर्छु म, यो कुरा मन देखि तिमिलाइ भन्नु छ।

Sounds or Pronunciation of these love lines

(Calling his/her name), timilā’i āja mana kō kurā bhannu cha,
kinaki timilē mērō bhāvanā bujhchau bhannē, sadhai mērō mānnu cha
tara ma cai gariba chu sabdaharu kō, tyai pani malā’i timrai tarikā lē bhannu cha
thāh cha (calling his/her name) timi saṅai basēra malā’i ākāśa kō tārā gannu cha
tēti bēlāmai baccā jhai banēra timrō bacapana kō kahāni mā ramnu cha,
timrō ijjata yadi cha bhanē timrō ā’udā dina mā timrō jibanasāthi bannu cha
chaina bhanē pani kēhi  chaina, malā’i ta timi sadhai khusi hunchau bhannē sunnu ksa.
Chōṭō sabda mā bhannu parda timilā’i dhērai māyā garchu ma, yō kurā mana dēkhi timilā’i bhannu cha.

Some may feel dramatic with this way, but if she/he really loves literature, then trying about this ways make him/her feel about how much you really care about his/her interest, so you should better try this way, to express more love and caring words.

Similarly, its good to express your love belonging on his/her interest because it makes them feel how you care about their interest. it’s sure that proposing someone in Nepali, feels like different because trend of English has over tooked our communication language, but trying on proposing Nepali language does really makes you unique and saying “ ma timilai maan parauchu” really have more feeling then saying in English, so you should not get the chance to express your love in Nepali language.

It’s the unique language with the long history and our past generation had used this for expressing their feeling with their loved ones in their young age, and sure they do have the best couple feeling and life goals. Love is the feeling in fact.

How do we Say I Love You in the Nepali Language with Example

म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु for those who are same age friends and circles

  • ma timilai maya garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma timilai prem garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma timilai Pyar garchhu (it is said both by male and female)

म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. for those who are elder than you

  • ma tapailai Maya garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma tapailai prem garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma tapailai pyar garchhu (it is said both by male and female)

म तँलाई माया गर्छु . for those who are younger than you

  • ma tanlai Maya garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma tanlai prem garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma tanlai Pyar garchhu (it is said both by male and female)

म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु for those whom are most respected by you.

  • ma hajurlai Maya garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma hajurlai prem garchhu. (it is said both by male and female)
  • ma hajurlai Pyar garchhu (it is said both by male and female)

Notice that it changes depending on whether you are respecting or not. It doesn’t change depending on whether you are male or female.

How to say I love you Nepali language
How to say I love you Nepali language

Let’s have a closer look at the words and sentence. The word for love in Nepali, we’ll have three words we’re using, are प्यार Pyaar. माया Maya, प्रेमprem, this प्यार pyaarमाया Maya, प्रेमprem, are the nouns, the name of the emotion. But we want to use these प्यार Pyaar. माया Maya, प्रेमprem as a verb, so we add गर्नु garnu to the end, meaning ‘to do’. So we have the verb प्यार गर्नु Pyaar garnu. माया गर्नु maya garnu, प्रेमगर्नु prem garnu – to love, whose ‘root’, as we learned is; प्यार / माया / प्रेमगर्pyaar / Maya / prem gar..

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The word for you in Nepali, we’ll have four words we’re using, are तिमी timi, तपाई tapai.. तँलाई tan हजुर hajurare the nouns, the name of the emotion. But while using ‘to you’ in Nepali language, we should use लाई lai.

We also have the word तिमीलाई timilai. तिमीलाई timilai. translates as; to you, it’s a ‘different form’ of the word तिमी timiThe grammar rules of तिमीलाई timilai. aren’t really relevant here, we’ll see it in detail later. The word तिमीलाई timilai.is used for a general person or similarly aged person or younger than you.

We also have the word तपाईलाई tapailai. तपाईलाई tapailai. translates as; to you, it’s a ‘different form’ of the word तपाई tapai. The word तपाईलाई tapailai.is used for respecting person or old aged person or elder than you.

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We also have the word तँलाई tanlai. तँलाई tanlai. translates as; to you, it’s a ‘different form’ of the word तँ tan.. The word तँलाई tanlai is used for not respecting person or children, or younger than you or slang word.

We also have the word हजुरलाई hajurlai. हजुरलाई hajurlai. translates as; to you, it’s a ‘different form’ of the word हजुर hajur. The word हजुरलाई hajurlai is used for a high respecting person or old aged person or elder than you.

how to write I love you in Nepali language

How to say I love you in Nepali language

Sentences No. 1

English: I Love You.

English font: ma timilai Maya garchhu. (this is simple sense)
Nepali font: म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु .
Pronouciation or sounds: Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

English font: ma tapailai Maya garchhu. (this is respecting sense)
Nepali font: म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु.
Pronouciation or sounds: Ma Tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.

English font: ma tanlai Maya garchhu. (this is not respecting sense)
Nepali font: म तँलाई माया गर्छु .
Pronouciation or sounds: Ma Tam̐lā’ī māyā garchu.

English font: ma hajurlai Maya garchhu. (this is high respecting sense)
Nepali font: म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु.
Pronouciation or sounds: Ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

 How to say I Love You in Nepali language to a different person?

Alternative No. 1: to a friend

How to say I Love You to a friend in Nepali language:

साथी / मित्र, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings and for elder friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sāthī/ Mitra, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
साथी / मित्र, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings and for similarly aged friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sāthī/ Mitra, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

Ways No. 2: to a boyfriend

How to say I Love You to a boyfriend in the Nepali language:

प्रिय / मायालु, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / māyālu, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय/ मायालु, म तिमीलाई प्रेम गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / māyālu, Ma timīlā’ī Prēma garchu.

Ways No. 3: to a girlfriend

How to say I Love You to a girlfriend in Nepali language:

प्रिय/ प्रियसी / मायालु, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings and for elder friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya/ Priyasī / māyālu,, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय / प्रियसी / मायालु, म तिमीलाई प्रेम गर्छु . (with general feelings and for similarly aged friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya/ Priyasī / māyālu, Ma timīlā’ī Prēma garchu.

Alternative No. 4: to an ex-girlfriend

How to say I Love You to an ex-girlfriend in Nepali language:

प्रिय, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings and for elder friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya,, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय, म तिमीलाई प्रेम गर्छु . (with general feelings and for similar aged friend)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya, Ma timīlā’ī Prēma garchu.

Alternative No. 5: to an ex-boyfriend

How to say I Love You to an ex-boyfriend in Nepali language:

प्रिय, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya,, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya, Ma timīlā’ī Māyā garchu.

Ways No. 6: to a husband

How to say I Love You to a husband in Nepali language:

प्रिय / श्रीमानजी /पतिदेवजी, म हजुरलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmānajī/patidēvajī,, ma Hajuralā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय / श्रीमानजी /पतिदेवजी, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmānajī/patidēvajī,,, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय / श्रीमानजी /पतिदेवजी, म तिमीलाई प्रेम गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmānajī/patidēvajī,, Ma timīlā’ī Prēma garchu.

I love you my dear husband in Nepali language

Ideas No. 7: to a wife

How to say I Love You to a wife in Nepali language:

प्रिय / श्रीमतिजी / पत्निजी, म हजुरलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmatijī/ patnijī,, ma Hajuralā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय / श्रीमतिजी / पत्निजी, म तपाईलाई प्रेम गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmatijī/ patnijī,,, ma tapā’īlā’ī Prēma garchu.
प्रिय / श्रीमतिजी / पत्निजी, म तिमीलाई प्रेम गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Priya / Śrīmatijī/ patnijī,, Ma timīlā’ī Prēma garchu.

Alternative No. 8: to a younger sister

How to say I Love You to a younger sister in Nepali language:

बहिनी, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings and for younger sister)
Pronunciation or sounds: Bahinī,, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.
Alternative No. 9: to an elder sister
How to say I Love You to an elder sister in Nepali language:
दिदी, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings and for elder sister)
Pronunciation or sounds: Didī, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.

Ideas No. 10: to a younger brother

How to say I Love You to a younger brother in Nepali language:

भाई, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings and for younger brother)
Pronunciation or sounds: Bhā’ī, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.
Alternative No. 11: to an elder brother
How to say I Love You to an elder brother in Nepali language:
दाजु, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings and for elder sister)
Pronunciation or sounds: Dāju, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 12: to a father

How to say I Love You to a father in Nepali language:

बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā,, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Ideas No. 13: to a mother

How to say I Love You to a mother in Nepali language:

आमा, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Āmā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
आमा, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Āmā, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 14: to a grand pa

How to say I Love You to a grand pa in Nepali language:

हजुर बाजे / बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Hajura bājē/ bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
हजुर बाजे / बाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Hajura bājē/ bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 15: to a grand ma

How to say I Love You to a grand ma in Nepali language:

हजुरआमा / बज्यै, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Hajura’āmā/ bajyai, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
हजुरआमा / बज्यै, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Hajura’āmā/ bajyai, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Ideas No. 16: to a son

How to say I Love You to a son in Nepali language:

छोरा, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Chōrā, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 17: to a daughter

How to say I Love You to a daughter in Nepali language:

छोरी, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Chōrī, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

Tips No. 18: to a father in law

How to say I Love You to a father in law in Nepali language:

ससुराबाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sasurā bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
ससुराबाबु / बुबा / बुआ, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sasurā bābu/ bubā/ bu’ā, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 19: to a mother in law

How to say I Love You to a mother in law in Nepali language:

सासुआमा, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sāsu’āmā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
सासुआमा, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sāsu’āmā, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 20: to an elder sister in law

How to say I Love You to an elder sister in law in the Nepali language:

आमाज्यू / भाउजु, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Āmājyū/ bhā’uju, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
आमाज्यू / भाउजु, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Āmājyū/ bhā’uju, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Tips No. 21: to a younger sister in law

How to say I Love You to a younger sister in law in law in Nepali language:

साली / सोल्टिनीजी, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sālī/ sōlṭinījī, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 22: to an elder brother in law

How to say I Love You to an elder brother in law in Nepali language:

जेठानज्यू, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Jēṭhānajyū, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
जेठानज्यू, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Jēṭhānajyū, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 23: to a younger brother in law

How to say I Love You to a younger brother in law in law in Nepali language:

सालाज्यू, म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु . (with general feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Sālājyū, Ma timīlā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 24: to an Uncle

How to say I Love You to an Uncle in Nepali language:

काका, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Kākā, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
काका, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Kākā, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

Alternative No. 25: to an Aunt

How to say I Love You to an Aunt in the Nepali language:

काकी, म तपाईलाई माया गर्छु. (with respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Kaki, ma tapā’īlā’ī māyā garchu.
काकी, म हजुरलाई माया गर्छु. (with high respecting feelings)
Pronunciation or sounds: Kaki, ma Hajuralā’ī māyā garchu.

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How to Write I Love You in Nepali

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Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a writer of 12 Nepali literature books, film director of Maithili film & Nepali short movies, photographer, founder of the media house, designer of some websites and writer & editor of some blogs, has expert knowledge & experiences of Nepalese society, culture, tourist places, travels, business, literature, movies, festivals, celebrations.

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