Synonyms for dharapani or Related words with dharapani

paterwa              mahadevsthan              devisthan              dandagaun              dandakharka              sakhuwa              bhulke              thulo              deurali              dahachaur              ratamata              batase              budhichaur              bairiya              kotda              kataiya              katunje              karuppur              ranibas              bibipur              pokhari              madhau              kabhre              balua              sankarpur              chisapani              khajura              upallo              ehatmali              majuwa              kalaiya              pakhapani              mahamadpur              pargaon              gurha              mustqil              likhu              aurahi              prempur              fattepur              udagama              dhamaura              ganeshpur              hardiya              chhatiwan              pratappura              badalpur              devgaon              pokhariya              bhanjyang             



Examples of "dharapani"
Bagarchhap, Bhakra, Chame, Dharapani, Ghyaru, Khangsar, Manang, Nar, Nyawal, Pisang, Phu, Tachi Bagarchhap, Tanki Manang, Thoche
•Major villages: Bagdanda, Sanabesi, Sera, Dhaukhola, Supare, Ramche, Kusuntar, Panthini, Lakang, Britti, Tari, Jhahare, Simalgaira, Lazikot, Dharapani, Jogi Dihi etc.
Daldale, Dhaulagiri Tol, Chhatis Ghare, Salghari, Pragatinagar, Prithivi Nagar, Dharapani, Saat Ghare, Kuna Ghat, Gaidi, Gaidi ko Thap, Mukti Kshetra, Laxmipur, Bhagawati Tol and more.
•Major villages: Bagdanda, Sanabesi, Sera, Dhaukhola, Supare, Ramche, Kusuntar, Panthini, Lakang, Britti, Moho Riya, Jhahare, Simalgaira, Lajikot, Dharapani, Jogi Dihi, Tari etc.
Dharapani is a village and Village Development Committee in Khotang District in the Sagarmatha Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2,830 persons living in 535 individual households.
Adguri, Arghatos, Asurkot, Balkot, Bangi, Bhagawati, Chhatraganj, Chidika, Dhakawang, Dhanchaur, Dharapani, Dhatiwang, Dhikura, Gorkhunga, Hansapur, Jukena, Juluke, Kerunga, Khan, Khandaha, Khidim, Khilji, Maidan, Mareng, Nuwakot, Pali, Panena, Pathauti, Pathona, Pokharathok, Sandhikharka Municipality, Siddhara, Simalapani, Sitapur, Subarnakhal, Thada, Thulo Pokhara
Dharapani is a village development committee in Manang District in the Gandaki Zone of northern Nepal. At the time of the 2001 Nepal census it had a population of 1012 people living in 232 individual households.
Dumre Dharapani is a town and Village Development Committee in Khotang District in the Sagarmatha Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3,305.
Pyuthan Hansapur is one of the best area for visitors . It may attracts lots of tourists to visit : Like: Khadgamaharaj Mandir, Kotghar, Palauthan,Hansapur Dharapani. New commers are requested to visit here,especially Mahanawoti , DAshain.
Dharapani, Bheri is a village development committee in Surkhet District in the Bheri Zone of mid-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2542 people living in 445 individual households.
Ainselu Kharka, Arkhale, Badahare, Badka Dipali, Bahunidanda, Bakachol, Baksila, Barahapokhari, Baspani, Batase, Bijaya Kharka, Buipa, Chhitapokhari, Chhorambu, Chipring, Chisapani, Chyandanda, Chyasmitar, Damarkhu Shivalaya, Dandagaun, Devisthan, Dharapani, Dhitung, Diktel Municipality, Dikuwa, Diplung, Dipsung, Dorpa Chiuridanda, Dubekol, Dumre Dharapani, Durchhim, Hanchaur, Indrayani Pokhari, Jalapa, Jyamire, Kaule, Kharmi, Kharpa, Khartamchha, Khidima, Khotang Bazar, Kuvinde, Lamidanda, Lichki Ramche, Linkuwa Pokhari, Magpa, Mahadevasthan, Mangaltar, Mattim Birta, Mauwabote, Nerpa, Nirmalidanda, Nunthala, Patheka, Pauwasera, Phaktang, Phedi, Rajapani, Rakha Bangdel, Rakha Dipsung, Ratancha Majhagaun, Ribdung Jaleshwari, Ribdung Maheshwari, Salle, Santeshwar Chhitapokhari, Sapteshwar, Saunechaur, Sawakatahare, Simpani, Sungdel, Suntale, Woplukha, Wopung, Yamkhya
Agragaun, Awalaching, Bajedichaur, Betan, Bidyapur, Bijaura, Birendranagar Municipality, Chapre, Chhinchu, Dabiyachaur, Dahachaur, Dandakhali, Dasarathpur, Dharapani, Gadi Bayalkada, Garpan, Ghatgaun, Ghoreta, Ghumkhahare, Gumi, Guthu, Hariharpur, Jarbuta, Kaphalkot, Kalyan, Kaprichaur, Khanikhola, Kunathari, Lagam, Latikoili, Lekhpharsa, Lekhgaun, Lekhparajul, Maintada, Malarani, Matela, Mehelkuna, Neta, Pamka, Pokharikanda, Rajeni, Rakam, Ramghat, Ranibas, Ratu, Sahare, Salkot, Satokhani, Taranga, Tatopani, Uttarganga
Dharapani is a small town in Arghakhanchi District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, the town had a population of 5236 living in 1020 houses. At the time of the 2001 Nepal census, the population was 6455, of which 65% was literate.
Dang valley is a sacred place for Hindus as well as other religions. Kalika and Malika Devi in Chhillikot hill, Ambekeshawori temple, Krishna temple, Dharapani temple are among the sacred places in Dang district. Chillikot hill is also a good place for sightseeing and also an ancient palace of a king.
Two alternative routes are also popular. One is on the Annapurna trail but leaves it at Dharapani to reach Manang, crossing Thorong La and Jomsom (Kali Gandaki valley). From Jomsom flights depart to Pokhara. The other alternative route is from Bhulbule, crossing Marsyangdi to Khudi, divert from Annapurna trail and trek cross country through valleys and ridges to Sisuwa town on the bank of Begnas Tal. From here a road approach is available to Pokhara.
The name for this VDC comes from a lake that is situated in the village of Chhatiwan. This lake has fresh drinking water and teamed with various kind of fish. Lately due to the deforestation and soil erosion, this lake is being filled with all debris coming in due to the flash flood from its North side of the mountain. Budar is the major town of this VDC and at this town Dadeldhura and Jogbuda roads cross. Some of the major villages in this VDC are Budar, Ritha, Phaltude, Dharapani, Chhatiwan, Chhahara and many others. There are two small mountain streams that eventually meet up at Deujaal. A stream that comes from the Chhahara village has a wonderful water fall. The name of the water fall itself is Chhahara. In Nepali "Chhahara" means water fall. Once in a year there is a special festival at the foot of this water fall where people from many surrounding villages come and celebrate throughout the night. The festival begins in the evening and people sing, dance and merry all through the night. This is also the night when lovers elope if the family does not agree for their marriage. Along the stream grows a plant called "sisnu". This plant has mild poisonous element and once the Caterpillar type of hairy things get stuck in the skin, the skin will be burning for a long time. But the belief is that once in a year after the festival you have to be stung by that plant so that you will remain healthy throughout that year. So, people will be chasing each other in the morning to torture each other with that plant. Some times drinking creates big fights among the villager. Chhatiwan VDC is also popular for a model school in far west Nepal. Rampur School is the oldest school and now it has school for the disabled children for the whole of Far west. There is also an Army School in Budar. During the construction of Dadeldhura Highway, Budar was very important place as it was the headquarters for the road construction department.