Synonyms for deurali or Related words with deurali

bhanjyang              pokhari              ganeshpur              mustqil              chisapani              bairiya              ehatmali              bishunpur              jitpur              paterwa              hariharpur              sakhuwa              batase              kataiya              mahadevsthan              hansapur              pratappur              kendua              jatan              bujurg              chainpur              gurha              sonapur              katunje              lakhanpur              jamuni              bhawanipur              bhagawati              nagla              bhagwanpur              sankarpur              manpur              kalikapur              bhuban              mahankal              udaypur              devisthan              hoovina              ghati              birta              rasulpur              balua              bahadurpur              gopalnagar              shirgaon              mangalpur              basantapur              lakuri              sonbarsa              kotda             



Examples of "deurali"
Bheerkot is formed by merging four village development committee: Banethok Deurali, Darsing Dahathum, Dhapuk Simal Bhanjyang and Khilung Deurali & the total population of these four places is 18,134 according to
Bhuk Deurali is a village development committee in Parbat District in the Dhawalagiri Zone of central Nepal.
Arthar Dadakharka, Bachchha, Bahaki Thanti, Bajung, Balakot, Banau, Baskharka, Behulibans, Bhangara, Bhoksing, Bhorle, Bhuk Deurali, Bhuktangle, Bihadi Barachaur, Bihadi Ranipani, Bitalawa Pipaltari, Chitre, Deupurkot, Deurali, Devisthan, Dhairing, Hosrangdi, Huwas, Karkineta, Khola Lakuri, Kurgha, Kushma Municipality, Kyang, Lekhphant, Limithana, Mahashila Gaupalika, Mallaj Majhfant, Mudikuwa, Nagliwang, Pakhapani, Pangrang, Phalamkhani, Phalebas Devisthan, Phalebas Khanigaun, Ramja Deurali, Saligram, Salija, Saraukhola, Shankar Pokhari, Taklak, Tanglekot, Thana Maulo, Thapathana, Thuli Pokhari, Tilahar, Tribeni, Urampokhara
He has composed music for numerous singers like Narayan Gopal, Aruna Lama, Dilmaya Khati, Kumar Subba, Daisy Baraily and Pema Lama. He scored the music for the well-known Nepali play "Ani Deurali Runcha", written by Man Bahadur Mukhia with songs like "Sarangi Ko Taar Le Mero", "Hey Phool Chudera Laney Ho" and "Deurali Ko Thiti Ho".
Bheerkot is a municipality in Syangja District of Gandaki Zone of central Nepal. The new municipality was formed by merging four existing villages—Banethok Deurali, Darsing Dahathum, Dhapuk Simal Bhanjyang and Khilung Deurali—on 18 September 2015. The office of the municipality is that of the former Darsing Dahathum village development committee's Bayarghari Bazaar.
Almadevi, Arjun Chaupari, Aruchaur, Arukharka, Bagephatake, Bahakot, Banethok Deurali, Bhatkhola, Bichari Chautara, Birgha Archale, Biruwa Archale, Chandi Bhanjyang, Chandikalika, Chapakot Municipality, Chhangchhangdi, Chilaunebas, Chimnebas, Chisapani, Chitre Bhanjyang, Darsing Dahathum, Dhanubase, Dhapuk Simal Bhanjyang, Ganeshpur, Iladi, Jagat Bhanjyang, Jagatradevi, Kalikakot, Karendanda, Kolma Barahachaur, Keware Bhanjyang, Khilung Deurali, Kichnas, Kyakami, Majhakot Sivalaya, Malengkot, Manakamana, Nibuwakharka, Oraste, Pakbadi, Panchamul, Pauwegaude, Pekhuwa Baghakhor, Pelakot, Pelkachaur, Phaparthum, Phedikhola, Pindikhola, Putalibazar Municipality, Rangvang, Rapakot, Sakhar, Daraun, Satupasal, Sekham, Setidobhan, Srikrishna Gandaki, Sirsekot, Sorek, Taksar, Thuladihi, Thumpokhara, Tindobate, Tulsibhanjyang, Waling Municipality, Wangsing Deurali, Yaladi
Bheerkot was named by the locals of Banethok Deurali, Darsing Dahathum, Dhapuk Simal Bhanjyang and Khilung Deurali.It is a famous historical place.
To Promote local culture Gorkha has three Community radio Station, they are Radio Manaslu - 103.9 MHz, Radio Gorkha - 92.8 MHz and Radio Deurali F.M - 106.4 MHz.
Kartike Deurali is a village development committee in Kabhrepalanchok District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 3214 in 533 individual households.
Deurali, Dhawalagiri is a village development committee in Parbat District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2146 people living in 454 individual households.
The Micro-Finance program was in 2008 at the Bahunepati Health Centre. Today, Dhulikhel Hospital has 31 micro-finance groups in five outreach centers (Bahunepati, Kattike Deurali, Dapcha, Solombhu, Baluwa).
Tistung Deurali is a village development committee in Makwanpur District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5,418 people living in 986 individual households.
There is a mysterious cave in the eastern part of Rukumkot, on the bank of the Rumgad (River), called Deurali Gufa (Cave). It can be visited only by walking for one hour from Rukumkot.
Deurali, Ramechhap is a village development committee in Ramechhap District in the Janakpur Zone of north-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3459.
Khilung Deurali is a village development committee in Syangja District in the Gandaki Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4324 people living in 1050 individual households.
Deurali is a village development committee in Palpa District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2637 people living in 515 individual households.
Deurali is a village and Village Development Committee in Kaski District in the Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2,882.
Deurali is a village development committee in Nawalparasi District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 10,537 people living in 1627 individual households.
Some of village in sangachok are pokhere, nursery, panichaur, pallatoll, tallathok, jamune, katunjepani, phalate(www.phalate.blogspot.com), bhimtar, kavre, shahithok, chhap, lapse, deurali, sangachok(bhanjyang), harre, jalkini, karkitar, ranathok, khatrithok, chotedanda, bhandanda, swarthok, chehere, sukute, kolta, koththok etc.
Deurali is a village development committee in Bhojpur District in the Kosi Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5367 persons living in 1052 individual households.