Nawalparasi District (Nepali: नवलपरासी जिल्ला, part of which belongs to Gandaki Pradesh and part to Province No. 5, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district, with Ramgram as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,162 square kilometres and has a population of 643,508; this district has given birth to many Nepal's top-level people, including the late Prime Minister Tanka Prasad Acharya. The midpoint of Nepal's east–west highway Mahendra Highway lies in this district; the Nawalpur valley is the part of greater Chitwan Valley of inner terai where most of the populations are Tharu and Brahmins who settled migrating from the hills. The big industries such as Chaudhary Udhyog Gram, Bhrikuti pulp and paper factory are located in the nawalpur area of this district. Since Parasi is the headquarter of Nawalparasi district many of the clerical offices are located there. Nepal's one of the biggest Sugar factory, Lumbini Sugar Industry, made by China's support lies in Sunwal Municipality of this district.
Nowadays many industries are being operated here like Sarbottam Cement factory, Butwal cement factory, Triveni distillery, cement factory of CG in Dumkibas, Jamuwad paper factory and other cottage industries. Developing cities such as Devchuli Municipality, Gaindakot Municipality, Kawasoti Municipality Sunwal Municipality, Madhyabindu Municipality and Bardaghat Municipality are located here. Famous towns in Nawalpur Ragion are Gaindakot, Keurani, Kawasoti, Shahid nagar Danda, Arunkhola etc. Half of the Nawalpur Region is hilly areas populated by Brahmins and Chhetri people and terai area is populated by Tharu people. Nawalparasi district is connected to Rupandehi District on the west and Tanahun Districts on the north, Chitwan District on the east and south and the Indian border; the longest road of Mahendra highway, 99 km in length, lies in this district. Major cities of Nepal such as Butwal, Siddharthanagar and Bharatpur metropolitan municipality are located in neighbouring districts The highest peak in Nepal's Churia range, Mt. Devchuli 1,937 metres, is in this district.
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Mahottari District, a part of Province No. 2, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Jaleshwar as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,002 km² and had a population of 553,481 in 2001 and 627,580 in 2011, its headquarters is located in a neighbouring town of the historical city of Janakpur. The name Jaleshwar means the'God in Water'. One can find a famous temple of Lord Shiva in Water there. Jaleshwar lies at a few kilometres distance from the Nepal-India border and has a majority Maithili population. In janakpur zone there are two districts; the district consists of five rural municipalities. These are as follows: Aurahi Municipality Balawa Municipality Bardibas Municipality Bhangaha Municipality Gaushala Municipality Jaleshwor Municipality Loharpatti Municipality ManaraShiswa Municipality Matihani Municipality Ramgopalpur MunicipalityEkdara Rural Municipality Mahottari Rural Municipality Pipara Rural Municipality Samsi Rural Municipality Sonama Rural Municipality The 2011 National Population and Housing Census by the government of Nepal identifies 77 municipalities and village development committees within the Mahottari District.
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Ilam district is one of 14 districts of Kirat of eastern Nepal. It is a Hill district and covers 1,703 km2; the 2011 census counted 290,254 population. The municipality of Ilam is about 600 km from Kathmandu. Ilam attracts many researchers who come to study the Red Panda. Ilam stretches from the Terai belt to the upper hilly belt of this Himalayan nation; the name Ilam is derived from the Limbu language. Illam was one of the ten self ruling states of Limbuwan before the reunification of Nepal, its ruler King Hangshu Phuba Lingdom of Lingdom dynasty ruled Illam as a confederate state of Limbuwan until 1813 AD. The treaty between the other Limbuwan states and the King of Gorkha and the conflict of Gorkha and Sikkim led to the unification of Illam with Gorkha. Illam was the last of the ten kingdoms of Limbuwan to be reunified into Nepal; the King of Gorkha gave the ruler of Illam the right of Kipat. Illam was an independent Limbu kingdom until 1813 CE/1869 BS. Ilam is today one of the most developed places in Nepal.
Its ILAM TEA is famous and is exported to many parts of Europe. The main source of income in this district is tea, milk, potato and broom production on a large scale; this place has a religious importance. The devi temples have a great importance attached to them and many people come here just for pilgrimage; the major attraction of Ilam is the 9-cornered Mai Pokhari lake. Known as the abode of the goddess lots of tourists as well as Nepalese people come to visit this place. Gajurmukhi is the religious spot for pilgrimages from Nepal and India. Mai river and its four tributaries emerge in Ilam district; the famous Mane Bhanjyang connects Ilam with Darjeeling district of India. Ilam was much in the news in the past during the Maoist insurgency, from here the Maoists launched massive attacks frequently. Tourists going to Ilam can expect to pay around 7000 rupees a week for food. Ilam is divided into 6 rural municipalities. Zones of Nepal danabari "Districts of Nepal". Statoids
Parsa District (Nepali: पर्सा जिल्लाListen, a part of Province No. 2 in Terai plain, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Birganj as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,353 km² and has a population of 497,219. According to the locals, Parsa is named after Parsagadhi temple situated in the district. VDC/s and Municipalities in Bara District The district consists of one metropolitan city, three urban municipalities and ten rural municipalities; these are as follows: Birgunj MetropolitanBahudarmai Municipality Parsagadhi Municipality Pokhariya MunicipalityBindabasini Rural Municipality Chhipaharmai Rural Municipality Jagarnathpur Rural Municipality Jirabhawani Rural Municipality Kalikamai Rural Municipality Pakaha Mainpur Rural Municipality Paterwa Sugauli Rural Municipality Sakhuwa Prasauni Rural Municipality Thori Rural Municipality "Districts of Nepal". Statoids
Bara District lies in Province No. 2. It is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal; the district, with Kalaiya as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,190 km² and has a population of 687,708. Bakaiya, Pasaha and Bangari are the main rivers of Bara; the main languages spoken in Bara are Bhojpuri, Bajjika and Nepali. Simraungadh is major part of Bara district, it is historical place in Nepal. Simraungarh is famous for agriculture product in Nepal; the people grow wheat, different green vegetables. Bara district is famous for the Gadhimai Temple as every five years it celebrates the Gadhimai Mela; this festival has been celebrated every 5 years by sacrificing animals. In the future animal sacrifice will no longer occur, as temple authorities have decided to convert the festival into a "momentous celebration of life." The district consists of two sub-metropolitan cities five urban municipalities and nine rural municipalities. These are as follows: Jeetpur Simara Sub-Metropolitan City Kalaiya Sub-Metropolitan City Kolhabi Municipality Nijgadh Municipality Mahagadhimai Municipality Simraungadh Municipality Pacharauta Municipality Pheta Rural Municipality Bishrampur Rural Municipality Prasauni Rural Municipality Adarsh Kotwal Rural Municipality Karaiyamai Rural Municipality Devtal Rural Municipality Parwanipur Rural Municipality Baragadhi Rural Municipality Suwarna Rural Municipality Prior to the restructuring of the district, Dolakha consisted of the following municipalities and Village development committees: Symbiosis Institute of Management is situated in district headquarter, Kalaiya, committed for quality education in Commerce and Education
Madhyabindu is a municipality of Nawalparasi District in Lumbini Zone of Southern Nepal. The municipality was established on 19 September 2015 by merging the existing Tamasariya and Kolhuwa Village development committees; the center of the municipality is established in the former Tamasariya VDC of Chormara Bazaar. After merging the three VDCs population it had a total population of 28,224 according to 2011 Nepal census. After the government decision the number of Sub Metropolitan cities and municipalities has reached 12 and 217 in Nepal. Chormara Bajar Chormara Bajar is located at mid-point East-West Mahendra highway, it is one of the oldest residential areas of Nawalparasi district
Rautahat District (Nepali: रौतहट जिल्लाListen, a part of Province No. 2, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district headquarter is Gaur, including municipalities like Garuda, Laukaha, covers an area of 1,126 km² and had a population of 545,132 in 2001 and 686,722 in 2011; this district has a total of 16 municipalities. Among other districts, Rautahat has the largest percent of Muslims in Nepal, about 19.465%. Sri Ram Sugar Mill is located in Garuda. and the famous Hindu temple is in shivnager and the temple is run by giri family. And the historical temple of Goddess Durga is in one of the most developed VDC of the district. Matsari is known to be the only village of Narayani Zone to have 100% literacy rate, and Late Shri Gulab Narayan Jha, the first person to represent madhesis in politics, was permanent resident of this Village. Nunthar is a famous place for picnic and there is a temple of lord shiva, located in pauria Bagmati; the Manusmara River flows through the district, feeds a canal for irrigating 3200 hectares of land.
1. Hotel Siya Palace 2. Rainbow Hotel 3. Simon Hotel 4. Royal Indu Hotel The district consists of eighteen municipalities, out of which sixteen are urban municipalities and two are rural municipalities; these are as follows: Baudhimai Municipality Brindaban Municipality Chandrapur Municipality Dewahi Gonahi Municipality Gadhimai Garuda Municipality Gaur Municipality Gujara Municipality Ishanath Municipality Katahariya Municipality Madhav Narayan Municipality Maulapur Municipality Paroha Municipality Phatuwa Bijayapur Municipality Rajdevi Municipality Rajpur Municipality Durga Bhagwati Rural Municipality Yamunamai Rural Municipality The origin of this campus goes back to its former "Shree Juddha Higher Secondary School" and further "Shree Juddha Secondary School", the third-oldest school in Nepal inaugurated by Juddha Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana during Rana dynasty. The school got its name from his name; the institution has about 1500 students. Shree Juddha Campus offers bachelor courses like Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, etc. while its former entities "Shree Juddha Higher Secondary School" offers 10+2 courses of National Examinations Board and "Shree Juddha Secondary School" offers up to 10th class of School Leaving Certificate.
It runs a separate school for blind students. It offers bachelor courses like B. Ed. and 10+2 courses of National Examinations Board. It offers bacholar courses like B. Ed. and 10+2 courses of National Examinations Board. There are some other schools in the town which offer education up to 10th class and they have English medium of teaching; some notable ones are: Shree Mid Regional Police Boarding Higher Secondary School Prabhat Secondary English Boarding School Loreto Secondary English Boarding School Shree N. B. H. S. School Mudawalwa Gaur Nepal Lumbini English Boarding School Janak English Boarding school Satya Sishu Niketan G. Star Academy International Bal Academy G. N. S. English Boarding School Krishna Mercy English Boarding School Munali Chid Academy Mitra Memorial Secondary English Boarding School Gurukul English Boarding school Discovery Public School New Hope Academy KYAAMSS INTERNATIONAL ACCADEMY