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Bajedichaur 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 3357 people living in 563 individual households. Bajedichaur Vdc lies far eastern part of Surkhet District.The important villages are Aali,Bajeda,simalgaun,pilk,sima,badakada,bhatmugraha,panikhola .There is a small valley comprising bajeda and Aali.Aali which is at the altitude of 748 m has warm hot climate in summers and chilly cold in winter.By the south of the Valley there flows a small rivers called Sajhe Khola which literally divides into 3 vdcs(Bajedichaur,kaprichaur,Dandakhali,Khanikhola). THE MAJOR TOURISTS ATTRACTION OF Bajedichaur are listed below: 1)Badalekh(High elevation plains have a temperate climatic condition. Vegetation like Kaafal ,Gurans(Rhododendron) ,Dimmor dominates these region .Major medicinal hurbs are also found here. Different species are locally found there and half of species are migrated to there from foreign places .Impeyan phesant ,kaalij,titra,Dhukuur,Parrot etc are major birds found here.
Because of Evergreen forests this place is residents to many fauna (animals).Different species of monkey are predominant .Other mammals are wild dog,jackal,spotted deer,leopards,rabbit,wild pig etc .A decade ago it is the dominant regions of Royal Bengal Tiger .But they are outdated or becone extinct because of human activities.
- "Nepal Census 2001", Nepal's Village Development Committees (Digital Himalaya), retrieved 15 November 2009.
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