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Interscript

Interoperable
script conversion systems

System Name: un-nep-Deva-Latn-2013

Authority IDungegn
Standard ID2013
LanguageNepali
Source ScriptDeva
Destination ScriptLatn
NameREPORT ON THE CURRENT STATUS OF UNITED NATIONS ROMANIZATION SYSTEMS FOR GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES -- Nepali Romanization, 1972
URLhttps://www.eki.ee/wgrs/v3_0/rom1_ne.pdf
DescriptionThe United Nations recommended system was approved in 1972 (II/11), based on a report prepared by D. N. Sharma. The note on the system was published in volume II of the conference report. There is no evidence of the use of the system either in Nepal or in international cartographic products. The resolution IV/17 (1982) recommended association, inter alia, with Nepal in carrying out further studies on the system. In Nepal a system of romanization is employed by the Nepal Survey Department (NSD). This system has been applied to names appearing on national mapping, and it is also used in the Geographic Information Infrastructure Programme (NGIIP). Nepali (Nepālī) uses the alphasyllabic script Devanāgarī.
Deva
Latn
Condition