Nepali language, also called Gurkha, Gokhale, Gurkhali, or Khaskura, member of the Pahari subgroup of the Indo-Aryan group of the Indo-Iranian division of the Indo-European languages. Nepali is spoken by more than 17 million people, mostly in Nepal and neighbouring parts of India.
The Nepali language uses two grammatical genders within its language, which are masculine and feminine, with no neuter pronoun. However, looking a little closer at the language, it can be seen that the male pronouns are more like neutral pronouns in terms of language, thus it can be argued that the two grammatical genders in the Nepali language are feminine and zero. If you need to denote a male or female person, in the Nepali language there are a variety of suffixes for this, instead of new words.