Synonyms for sakhuwa or Related words with sakhuwa

paterwa              sankarpur              jitpur              pratappur              mustqil              laxmipur              deurali              purbba              parsauni              dandagaun              kothur              pokhariya              prempur              balua              dharmpur              kathalia              puraini              khajura              ganeshpur              bhanjyang              dumariya              gokulpur              katunje              puraina              shekhpura              ramchandrapur              kabhre              batase              hansapur              aurahi              bibipur              dharapani              kendua              chincholi              devisthan              gamharia              ehatmali              mahadevsthan              pargaon              dakha              bahadurpur              hariharpur              udaypur              shankarpur              giddaluru              bairiya              bhatpura              fattepur              devgaon              meghpar             



Examples of "sakhuwa"
Sakhuwa Dhamaura is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6478 people living in 1266 individual households.
Panchayats in Murliganj community development block are: Haripur Kala, Digghi, Singion, Raghunathpur, Kolhaypatti Dumriya, Rajni, Gangapur, Dinapatti Sakhuwa, Belo, Nadhi, Pokhram Parmanadpur, Jitapur, Bhatkhora, Tamot Parsa, Jorgama, Rampur and Parwa Navtol.
Sakhuwa is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2821 people living in 505 individual households.
Sakhuwa Parsauni is a village development committee in Parsa District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 6,718 people living in 1204 individual households. There were 3,342 males and 3,376 females at the time of census.
Hariharpur is a town in Chhireswarnath Municipality in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee was converted into municipality merging along with existing vdcs Ramdaiya, Sakhuwa Mahendranagar, Hariharpur and Digambarpur on 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6,259 persons residing in 1133 individual households.
Digambarpur is a town in Chhireswornath Municipality in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee was converted into municipality merging along with existing VDCs Ramdaiya, Sakhuwa Mahendranagar, Hariharpur and Digambarpurin 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7,115 persons living in 1352 individual households.
Ajagabi, Akolawa, Auraiya, Badharwa, Bagahi, Bahuwa Madanpur, Bairiya, Banjaraha, Bariyarpur, Basantapatti, Basantapur, Basbiti Jingadiya, Bhalohiya, Bhediyahi, Birtipraskota, Bishrampur, Bisunpurwa Manpur, Brahmapuri, Chandrapur Municipality, Debahi, Dharampur, Dharhari, Dipahi, Dumriya, Dumriyachaur, Gadhi, Gamhariya Birta, Gamhariya Parsa, Gangapipra, Garuda Bairiya, Gaur Municipality, Gedahiguthi, Gunahi, Hajminiya, Hardiya Paltuwa, Harsaha, Hathiyahi, Inarbari Jyutahi, Inaruwa, Jatahare, Jayanagar, Jethrahiya, Jhunkhunma, Jingadawa Belbichhwa, Jingadiya, Jowaha, Judibela, Kakanpur, Karkach Karmaiya, Karuniya, Katahariya, Khesarhiya, Lakshminiya, Lakshmipur, Lakshmipur Belbichhawa, Lokaha, Madanpur, Madhopur, Mahamadpur, Malahi, Maryadpur, Masedawa, Mathiya, Matsari, Mithuawa, Mudwalawa, Narkatiya Guthi, Pacharukhi, Pataura, Pathara Budharampur, Paurai, Phatuha Maheshpur, Pipariya, Pipra Bhagwanpur, Pipra Pokhariya, Pipra Rajbara, Pothiyahi, Pratappur Paltuwa, Prempur Gunahi, Purainawma, Raghunathpur, Rajdevi, Rajpur Pharhadawa, Rajpur Tulsi, Ramoli Bairiya, Rampur Khap, Rangapur, Sakhuwa, Sakhuwa Dhamaura, Samanpur, Sangrampur, Santapur, Santpur, Sarmujawa, Saruatha, Saunaraniya, Sawagada, Shitalpur Bairgania, Simara Bhawanipur, Sirsiya, Tejapakar, Tengraha, Tikuliya
Flanked by hills covered with lush green trees, red and violet flowers and honey bees humming, the Pithouria-Patratu Valley is no less attractive than the valleys on the Gangtok-Nathula, Dehradun-Mussouri and Raxaul-Kathmandu roads in terms of natural elegance. Of course, the hills along the Pithouria-Patratu stretch are devoid of snow, unlike the ones on Gangtok-Nathula. But green saal, sakhuwa and bamboos with flowers, in a riot of colours, more than make up for the
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 71 Bihariganj (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Bihariganj and Gwalpara community development blocks; Biriranpal, Madhuban, Rampur Khora, Kishunganj, Lakshmipur, Barahi Anadpura and Pipra Karoti gram panchayats of Uda Kishunganj CD Block; Gram Panchayats Haripur Kala, Digghi, Singiyon, Raghunathpur, Kolhaypatti Dumriya, Rajni, Gangapur, Dinapatti Sakhuwa, Pokhram Parmanadpur, Jorgama, and Rampur gram panchayats and Murliganj notified area of Murliganj CD Block.
Mahendranagar is a town in Chhireswornath Municipality of Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee was converted into municipality merging along with existing VDCs Ramdaiya, Sakhuwa Mahendranagar, Hariharpur and Digambarpur on 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 10,209 persons living in 1916 individual households. Mahendranagar acts as bridge between Dhalkebar and Janakpur. Basically it is popular for its largest cattle market in the Nepal. It is assumed that 65% of cattle for e.g. buffalo, goats in Kathamandu valley are brought from here.
Alau, Amarpatti, Auraha, Bagahi, Bagbana, Bageshwari, Bahauri Pidari, Bahuarba Bhatha, Basadilwa, Basantapur, Belwa Parsauni, Beriya Birta, Bhawanipur, Bhedihari, Bhisawa, Bijbaniya, Bindyabasini, Biranchibarba, Birganj Municipality, Biruwa Guthi, Bisrampur, Charani, Deukhana, Dhaubini, Gadi, Gamhariya, Ghoddauda Pipra, Ghore, Govindapur, Hariharpur, Hariharpur Birta, Harapataganj, Harpur, Jagarnathpur Sira, Jaimanglapur, Janikatala, Jhauwa Guthi, Jitpur, Kauwa Ban Kataiya, Lahawarthakari, Lakhanpur, Lal Parsa, Langadi, Lipani Birta, Madhuban Mathaul, Mahadevpatti, Mahuwan, Mainiyari, Mainpur, Mikhampur, Mirjapur, Mosihani, Mudali, Nagardaha, Nirchuta, Nirmal Basti, Pancharukhi, Parsauni Birta, Parsauni Matha, Patbari Tola-Warwa, Paterwa Sugauli, Pidariguthi, Pokhariya, Prasurampur, Ramgadhawa, Ramnagari, Sabaithawa, Sakhuwa Parsauni, Samjhauta, Shankar Saraiya, Sapauli, Sedhawa, Shiva Worga, Sirsiya Khalwatola, Sonbarsa, Srisiya, Subarnapur, Sugauli Birta, Sugauli Partewa, Surjaha, Thori, Tulsi Barba, Udayapur Dhurmi, Vauratar
Ramdaiya Bhawadi Gajendra Sharma Ashoka Sah & Ajay Das are most reachest and famous people village in Chhireswarnath Municipality in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur ZoneAnd central development Region of south-eastern Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee was converted into municipality merging along with existing vdcs Ramdaiya, Sakhuwa Mahendranagar, Hariharpur and Digambarpur on 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 10,890 persons living in 977 individual household. Ramdaiya Kabaddi Player are surendra nara,Manoj,Bijay,Gajendra,Anil,Deepak,Sunil,Dhanbir,Ashok,Santosh,Narayan and Dhirendra Yadav are the winners or Ramdaiya in Rastpatirunning Sild on 1st Prize
Chhireshwarnath Municipality, () is a municipality in Dhanusa District of the Janakpur Zone. The new municipality was established on 18 May 2014 by merging the existing Village Development Committees Ramdaiya, Sakhuwa Mahendranagar, Hariharpur and Digambarpur. Mahendranagar is a Developed city of Chhireswornath Municipality.The population of Mahendranagar is More than 10209. Mahendranagar act as bridge between Dhalkebar and Janakpur. Basically it is popular for its largest cattle market in the Nepal. It is assumed that 65% of cattle for e.g. buffalo, goats in Kathmandu valley are brought from here. It comprises very good health facility in the municipality for the Resident and its neighbouring people.It had one of the largest paper factory of Nepal named as Everest Paper Mill.Mostly Local people are employed here.There are various rice mill in the Sakhuwa Bazaar from where rice is exported to India and sent to the various parts of Nepal.The Most Famous Hidu Religious Places... Dhudmati is the largest lake of Dhanusha District and Chhireshwarnath is one of the most popular temple of God Shiva.Sakhuwabazar is famous Market of Chhireswornath Municipality.its annual income is more than 1.25 crore.Most of the people of Chhireshwornath are depended on this market.this Market is heart of Chhireswornath Municipality...