ⓘ Category:Nepal municipalities established in 2016

Bodebarsain Municipality

Bodebarsain is a municipality of Saptari District, Province No. 2. It lies in the eastern Terai region of Nepal. It was officially upgraded to become a municipality in 2016, which otherwise was a Village Development Committee prior to that change. In order to meet the requirements to become a municipality, Bodebarsain merged Phulkahi, Manraja, Khadgapur, Deuri, Kachan, Sarashwar, Phulkahi, Negada and Dhanagadi VDC with itself. Bodebarsain spreads over an approximate area of 58.93 km 2 and comprises 10 wards. According to 2011 census, the city had a population of 43.229.

Dakneshwori Municipality

Dakneshwori Municipality is located in Saptari District in Province 2 of Nepal. It was formed in 2016 occupying current 10 sections merging previous Kabilasha, Hariraha, Tarhi, Bhuthi, Pato, Aurahi, Brahampur, Gamahariya Parwaha, Patthargada and Banaula VDCs. It occupies an area of 69.11 km 2 with a total population of 44.782. Dakneshwori Municipality is named after the famous temple Dakneshwori Bhagwati located at ward no. 5, Pato.

Dhanauji

Dhanauji is a village development committee in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5.581 persons living in 974 individual households.

Godaita

Godaita Nepali: गोडैटा is a municipality in Sarlahi District, a part of Province No. 2 in Nepal. It was formed in 2016 occupying current 12 sections wards from previous 12 former VDCs. It occupies an area of 48.62 sq. km with a total population of 42.315. Previous TFR are included in this municipality Godaita, Bahadurpur, Belwa jabdi, Bhagwatipur, Rohuwa, Ramban, Bagdah and Sisautiya.

Hanumannagar Kankalini Municipality

Hanumannagar Kankalinimai is a municipality of Saptari District in Sagarmatha Zone of eastern Nepal. The municipality was established on 19 September 2015 by merging the existing Hanuman Nagar, Joginiya-1, Joginiya-2, Gobargada and Inarwa village development committees. Later, Bhardaha, Portaha, Madhawapur, Rampur Malhniya, Malhniya village development committees were added to the existing Hanumannagar Yoginimai Municipality. The centre of the municipality is the creation of Hanumannagar in the middle of the Bazaar. After the merger, 10 of the LSC population was the total population 45.734 ...

Kamala, Dhanusa

Kamala is a municipality in Danusha District in Province No. 2 of Nepal. It was formed in 2016 occupying current 9 sections from previous 9 VDCs. It occupies an area of 65.85 sq. km with a total population of 20.052.

Lakshminya

Lakshminya is a municipality in Danusha District in Province No. 2 of Nepal. It was formed in 2016 occupying current 7 sections from previous 7 VDCs. It occupies an area of 30.66 sq. km with a total population of 28.251.

Matihani, Mahottari

Matihani is a town situated in Mahottari district of Nepal.The village is well know for its historical significance and its way of celebrating any festival. It was formed in as a muncipality in 2016 occupying current 9 sections from previous 9 former VDCs. It occupies an area of 29.02 sq. km with a total population of 31.026. The second largest Lakshmi Narayan temple, Nepal is in the center of Matihani. The pond surrounding the temple of Lakshmi Narayan, widely known as "Laxmi Narayan pond" is associated with the marriage ceremony of goddess SITA and Lord Rama in the Holy bookRamayan Hindu ...

Mukhiyapatti Musharniya

Mukhiyapatti Musharniya is a village development committee in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4.621 people living in 436 individual households. Geographically, it is the lowest point in Nepal, the highest peak of mount Everest. In this village the temple of Shankar bhagwan very famous. The village is famous for its wrestlers Pawan Yadav, Kari Yadav. In addition to these Mukhiyapatti is the deepest village in Nepal from sea level. The only river in this village with the aim of irrigation is the river J ...

Nagarain

Nagarain is a municipality in Dhanusha District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. As of 2011 Nepal census, it has a population of 36.336 living in 6.478 individual households.It was formed by joining Fulgama, Devdiha, old Nagrain, Lagmagadhguthi and Ghodghans village development committees. The total area of Nagarain municipality is 38.71 km 2.