Telling the story of Jesus in every language

Global Recordings Network Nepal

GRN Nepal produces recordings of the Gospel message in the different languages and dialects of this country.

There are 145 different languages and dialects in Nepal. Since 1982, GRN Nepal has produced Gospel recordings in over 100 of them.

Our work never ends. We endeavour to produce different materials in each language, for example, Bible stories, parables, indigenous songs, testimonies and Bible teaching materials.

Click here to find languages spoken and recordings available in Nepal.Make a donation



Contact

Director: Surendra Shrestha

P.O.Box 7650
Kathmandu, Nepal

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New Kyerung Recordings

Local believers given new recordings for outreach to the Kyerung people.

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Photo Gallery: The Raute people of Nepal

Although the clothes and lack of social skills of this small nomadic tribe may cause the Raute to be treated as outcasts of society, they are precious to God.

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Good news for Nepal

The land gets its freedom and Global Recordings Network pushes into even more remote regions of this mountainous country.

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In search of Nepal's Monkey Hunters

"There has been much opposition to the recording of this language. The tribe was very resistant and said that the gods would not let them tell their language to anyone else."

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Survey of a tailender group in Nepal

"The village I surveyed was a few more than a hundred buildings, each with five to 10 family members including the children and old men. Only one young man in the village had ever been to college."

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'His' story in Nepal

Nepal has a population close on 30 million, consisting of many Ethnic groups.

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Related information

The Ups and Downs of Recording Life in Nepal: GRN Nepal Director Surendra shares the highlights and challenges of recording in Nepal

Testimony of a GRN worker in Nepal: Barnabas Shrestha writes about his experience trusting the Lord with GRN in Nepal.

The GRN Story in Nepal: The work of Gospel Recordings Nepal began in the 1960s when recordists from GR USA started researching and recording some of the different Nepali languages.

In search of Nepal's Monkey Hunters: "There has been much opposition to the recording of this language. The tribe was very resistant and said that the gods would not let them tell their language to anyone else."

God's amazing ways!: Hira Khadgi from GR Nepal delights in God's timing!

Families come to Christ: Distribution in Nepal and Bhutan.

Asia: The people and work of GRN in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Korea and Pakistan.

The Name above all: A miraculous story of how Jesus came into the life of a Sherpa boy and the Gospel has now spread through his family and all about the area.

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