Doteli is a member of the North-Western branch of the Eastern Pahari group of Indo-Aryan languages. It is spoken by about 790,000 people, mainly in western Nepal, particularly in the Bajhang, Dadeldhura, Darchula, Doti, Kailali, and Kanchanpur districts of Sudurpashchim province. There are also some speakers of Doteli in the northern Indian states of Maharastra, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhan.
Doteli is also known as Dotyali (डोट्याली) or Dotali. The main dialects are Baitadeli, Bajhangi Nepali, Darchuli and Doteli. It is used in literature and the media, and has the status in Nepal of the language of recognized indigenous nationality.
Doteli is written with the Devanagari alphabet.
क्याकी भण्याँ परमेश्वरले संसारलाई यिसो प्रेम अर्यो, कि उनले आफनो एकै चेलो दियो, कि उनमि विश्वास अद्द्या कोई लगइ नाश जन हऊन् , तर तइले अनन्त जीवन पाउ |
kyākī bhaṇyā pareśwarle sasārlāī yiso prem aryo, ki unle āphno ekai celo diyo,ki unmi viswās addyā koī lagai nāś jan haūn,tar taile anant jīwan pāū.
For God so loved the world,that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
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