Nepali Language Games is a fun-filled toolwhich makes learning Nepali Language interesting and challenging. The games not only sharpen the thinking process of the children but also help them to achieve mastery over language items be it pronunciation, spelling, word formation, or solving riddles. The games take care of the correction of the common spelling errors committed by the children with reinforcement of correct spelling, understanding of the differences in form and function of various grammatical categories, practice of different morphological and semantic and antonyms , understanding of different morphological processes involved in the formation of the words, syntactic constructions, building of sentences and discourses patterns and finally inculcating appreciation of literature and installing critical evaluation of literary usages by familiarizing them with idioms , similes and allegoric expressions.
About the Editor
S.S Yadurajan, Academic Secretary to Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, is a scholar in Kannada language. When he was in CILL, he worked for many Indian languages conducting workshops and orientation courses for linguistic studies. His contribution to newly recognized languages like Dogri, Nepali and Santhali is highly remarkable. In Nepali language he has worked as workshop coordinator for the Preparation of Nepali Nursery Rhymes (1997), Workshop on Nepali Language Games (2004), Preparation of Nepali Cultural Vocabulary (2007) etc. Besides his direct service to Nepali language under the different programs of CILL he has been confidential adviser to the Director of the Institute during the process of recognition of Nepali language under the eighth schedule of Indian constitutions. He is a highly respected well-wisher of Nepali language and culture.