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Where is Gajedi Taal?

Where is Gajedi Taal?

southern Nepal
Gajedi Taal is a lake in the Gajedi VDC of southern Nepal located close to Lumbini. It lies just 3 km (1.9 mi) south of Mahendra Highway. The lake spreads over 4.5 km2 (1.7 sq mi) and is surrounded by forest.

Which district is Gajedi Lake?

Rupandehi District

Gajedi गजेडी
Coordinates:27.65°N 83.29°E
Country Nepal
Province Lumbini Province
District Rupandehi District

Where is Gajedi lake situated?

Gajedi Taal (Nepali: गजेडी ताल) is one of the renowned lakes of Nepal which lies just 3 kilometres south of Mahendra Highway. The name Gajedi has been derived from the VDC it is located[. This lake spreads to the area of 4.5 square kilometres and surrounds by green beautiful jungle.

What is the oldest name of Butwal?

Batauli Bazaar
Its name, Butwal was derived from Batauli Bazaar , the town’s oldest residential area which is located on the western bank of the Tinau River….Butwal.

Butwal बुटवल
Country Nepal
Province Lumbini Province
District Rupandehi District
Metropolitan Butwal

Where is soon Daha?

Rara Lake: The Lake ( also called Mahendra Daha) is located in Karnali Zone, Mugu District and is the Biggest lake of Nepal with length of 5. 2 km, breadth of 2 km and depth of 167 ft….

District Lake / Pond
Kailali GhodaGhodi Lake
Jumla Giri daha
Mustang Damodar Kunda
Dhanusha Dhanusha sagar, Gnan Kunda

What is Butwal known for?

It is well known as a spot for picnic, gatherings, and boating in the lake. Aap Khola (Mango River) – people go for swimming and to bring water during droughts. The Manakamana Temple is nearby. Butwal Hill Park (Deepnagar) – is one of the few notable areas in Butwal.

Is Butwal a Terai?

Butwal (Nepali: बुटवल) is a large town in southern Nepal in Rupandehi District, in Lumbini Zone—of which Butwal is the administrative center. It is located 240 kilometres west of Kathmandu and 22 kilometers north of Bhairahawa, at the northern edge of the Terai plain below the Siwalik Hills.

Which is deepest lake in Nepal?

Phoksundo Lake
Phoksundo Lake in Karnali Province is the deepest lake of Nepal, having a depth of 136 m.

Which is the smallest district of Nepal?

Bhaktapur is the smallest district of Nepal, which occupies an area of 119 square kilometres. It is surrounded by Kavrepalanchwok District in the east, Kathmandu and Lalitpur District in the west, Kathmandu and Kavrepalanchwok District in the north and Lalitpur District in the south.

Why Butwal is called industrial city?

Although it is small, it is one of the popular commercial, industrial and agricultural hubs as it has Nepal’s second largest horticulture business and more than thousand industries and business enterprises providing employment to over four thousand people.

What is the population of Butwal?


Name 2022 Population
Butwal 91,733
Mahendranagar 88,381
Hetauda 84,775
Madhyapur Thimi 83,036

How big is Butwal?

39.23 mi²Butwal / Area