The New York Times reported that the “near-extinct” Nepalese language Seke has just 700 speakers around the world.The last year, 2019, was the International Year of Indigenous Languages, mandated by the United Nations (UN). As per the Endangered Languages Project (ELP), there are roughly 201 endangered languages in India and about 70 in Nepal.
About Nepal’s Seke language
UNESCO has six degrees of endangerment.
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