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Achham district

Achham district, a part of Seti zone, with Mangalsen as its headquarters, covers an area of 1,692 sq km(653.3 sq mi) and has a population of 257,477 (2011). 
Sanfebajar Achham
A view of Sanfebajar, Achham (Cr: Trilochan Thapa)
It is accessible by automobiles from Kathmandu and Nepalgunj  via a national Highway. Achham is a beautiful place with various forts and natural resources.
We can stay in Achham at Sanfebagar, mangalsen and kamalbajar.
Location
Longitude: 810 7”- 810 35” 
Latitude: 280 45”-290 22”
Area:1,692 km2 (653.3 sq mi)
headquarter: Mangalsen

Boundary
East: Dailekh and Kalikot 
West: Doti, 
North: Bajura and Bajhang, 
South: Surkhet and Dailekh.

Ramaroshan Achham
Beautiful view of Ramaroshan
Climate
Sub-tropical,Mild-temperate,cool- temperate. 
Temperature:-
Maximum: 30.00 °Centigrade 
Minimum: 1.00 °Centigrade 
Rainfall 1790.8 ml.

Predominant culture
Nepali, Dotyali, Achhami.










Map Of Achham District
Map of Achham District

Tourist attraction centers
Mangalsen, Jayagadh, Gajara, Ramaroshan, Binayak.
Baidhyanath Temple
Baidhyanath Temple Achham
Bayalpata Hospital
Bayalpata Hospital Achham
Our Culture,Our Pride
Dhakari in Sunny day
Dhakari in Sunny day
school with under construction Road
Ramaroshan
Beautiful view of Ramaroshan


Villages of Achham:
Mangalsen Achham
Mangalsen, Achham
Babala  · Bannatoli  · Baradadivi  · Basti  · Batulasen  · Baijinath  · Bayala  · Bhagyaswor  · Bhairavsthan  · Bhatakatiya  · Bhuli  · Binayak  · Bindhyawasini  · Birpath  · Budhakot  · Chalsa  · Chandika  · Chapamandau  · Chhatara  · Darna  · Devisthan  · Dhakari  · Dhaku  · Dhamali  · Dharaki  · Dhodasain  · Dhudharukot  · Dhungachalna  · Dumi  · Gajara · Ghodasen · Hatikot  · Hichma  · Jalapadevi  · Janalibandali  · Janalikot  · Jupu  · Kalagaun  · Kalekanda  · Kalika  · Kalikasthan  · Khaptad  · Khodasadevi  · Kuika  · Kuntibandali  · Kushkot  · Layati  · Lungra  · Malatikot  · Marku  · Mashtanamdali  · Mastamandau  · Nada  · Nandegata  · Nawathana  · Oligau  · Patalkot  · Payal  · Pulletala  · Rahaph  · Ramarosan  · Raniban  · Ridikot  · Risidaha  · Sakot  · Santada  · Sera  · Siddheswor  · Siudi  · Sutar  · Tadigaira  · Thanti  · Timilsain  · Toli  · Tosi  · Tumarkhad  ·Walant  · Warla 

(Sources: Wikipedia, local newspapers and Photos by Dr. Roshan Raj Bista and Suresh Tamrakar )

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