Where in Nepal is Lamjung?

Where in Nepal is Lamjung?

Lamjung lies in the mid-hills of Nepal spanning tropical to trans-Himalayan geo-ecological belts, including the geographical midpoint of the country (i.e., Duipipal). It has mixed habitation of casts and ethnicities. It is host to probably the highest density of the Gurung ethnic population in the country.

Which zone is Lamjung?

Gandaki zone
Lamjung district is located in Western region and it is part of Gandaki zone. The district headquarters is Besisahar.

What is Lamjung famous for?

Those who have been there swear by its beauty and return mesmerised by the unparal leled view of mountain ranges, lush greenery, traditional villages and the raging Marshyangdi river. Situated on the way of major trekking trails like the world famous Annapurna Circuit, Lamjung is a paradise for nature lovers.

Which municipality is Lamjung?


v t e Lamjung District
Headquarters: Besisahar
Municipalities Besisahar Rainas Sundarbazar Madhyanepal
Rural municipalities Dordi Dudhpokhari Kwhlosothar Marsyandi

Is Manang a district?

Manang District (Nepali: मनाङ जिल्ला Listen (help·info), a part of Gandaki Province, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Chame as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,246 km2 (867 sq mi) and had a population (2011) of 6,538.

What is the headquarter of Lamjung?

Besishahar (Nepali: बेसीशहर नगरपालिका) is a municipality and the district headquarters of Lamjung District in Gandaki Province, Nepal.

Which province is Lamjung?

Gandaki Province
Gandaki Province

Gandaki Province गण्डकी प्रदेश Gandaki Province
Mustang Myagdi Baglung Manang Kaski Parbat Gorkha Lamjung Syangja Tanahun Nawalpur Bagmati Lumbini China (Tibet) Karnali India (UP) Map of Gandaki Province, Nepal
Coordinates: 28°12′34″N 83°59′29″ECoordinates: 28°12′34″N 83°59′29″E
Country Nepal

Which province is Gandaki?

province 4
Amongst the 7 provinces in Nepal, province 4 (recently named as Gandaki Province) is one of the most promising provinces and more importantly, a renowned place for tourist destination for the people of Nepal as well as abroad.

Why rainfall is low in Manang?

Manang district gets least amount of rainfall among districts of Nepal as it lies to the north of the Himalayas which blocks monsoon air.

Which province is Manang?

Manang District is one of Nepal’s seventy-seven districts and is located in Gandaki Province. The district, which has Chame as its district capital, has 6,538 people and spans 2,246 km2 (867 sq mi).

Which province is most populated Nepal?

Madhesh Province
List of Nepalese provinces by population

Rank Province Percentage of total
1 Madhesh Province 20.98%
2 Bagmati Province 20.84%
3 Lumbini Province 17.55%
3 Province No. 1 17.03%

Which is province No 4?

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