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Dadeldhura District

Rupal Village, Dadeldhura 
Dadeldhura is a beautiful hilly district with old temples, lakes. This district is well known for folk music and folk songs. Here is the majority of Chettri, Brahmins,KAmi, Sarki, Thakuri,lohar caste groups. Where as,magar, gurung, badi, raute,tamang are the minorities of this district. Gaura parba, hudkeli dance , masta puja, dashain , tihar, baishak sangranti are the main festivals celebrated here.Products made of bamboo, fiber, like doko,dalo, suppo rack, theki, madani. Ajay merukot, Amargadi fort , ugratara temple are the heritages of this district.

General Information
Situated in the height of 157 meters to 2439 meters from sea level.
Area: 1,538km²

Population: 
              Total household:27,045
              Male: 66,556
              Female: 75,538
              Total:142,094 as per the census of 2011 A.D.
Religion: Hindu, Buddist
Festivals

Gaura Parva,Dashain, Tihar, Ram Nawami, Baisakh Sankranti, Kartik Jatra, Sri Panchami,  Maghe Sankranti.

Main residents
Chhetri, Bramhin, kami, Sharki, Thakuri , Raute people. 

Tourist attraction centers
           Ugratara Tample,Ajaymerukot, Amarsingh fort. 

Asigram Temple, Dadeldhura
Statue of National Hero Amarsingh Thapa in Dadeldhura
Beautiful view of sunset at Dadeldhura
Ugratara Temple, Dadeldhura
5 Temples known as made by Pandav Brothers 

Map Of Dadeldhura District








Village development committees(VDC) of Dadeldhura
Jogbudha, Aalital, Gangkhet, Shirshe, Rupal, Bagarkot, Bhageshwor, Asigram, Dewaldivyapur, Chipur, Bhadrapur, Ajayameru, Samaiji, Kotenli, Manilek, Belapur, Nawadurga, Mashtmandu, Kailpalmandu, Ganeshpur. 

Municipality : Amargadhi 

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