|— District —|
|Region||Mid-Western (Madhya Pashchimanchal)|
|• Total||2,337 km2 (902 sq mi)|
|• Density||210/km2 ( 540/sq mi)|
|Time zone||NPT (UTC+5:45)|
Banke District (Nepali: बाँके जिल्ला Listen (help·info), a part of Bheri zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, located in the Mid-Western Region with Nepalganj as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,337 km² and had a population of 385,840 in 2001 and 491,313 in 2011.
Banke is bordered on the west by Bardiya district. Rapti zone's Salyan and Dang Deukhuri Districts border to the north and east. To the south lies Uttar Pradesh, India; specifically Shravasti and Bahraich districts of Awadh. East of Nepalganj the international border follows the southern edge of the Dudhwa Range of the Siwaliks.
Village Development Committees and Municipalities 
Bageswari, Banakatawa, Banakatti, Basudevapur, Bejapur, Belahari, Belbhar, Betahani, Bhawaniyapur, Binauna, Chisapani, Ganapur, Gangapur, Hirminiya, Holiya, Indrapur, Jaispur, Kalaphanta, Kamdi, Kanchanapur, Kathkuiya, Khajura Khurda, Khaskarkado, Khaskusma, Kohalpur, Laxmanpur, Mahadevpuri, Manikapur, Matahiya, Narainapur, Naubasta, Nepalganj Municipality, Parsapur, Phatepur, Piparhawa, Puraina, Puraini, Radhapur, Rajhena, Raniyapur, Saigaun, Samserganj, Sitapur, Sonapur, Titahiriya, Udarapur, Udayapur
See also 
- General Bureau of Statistics, Kathmandu, Nepal, Nov. 2012
- Districts of Nepal at statoids.com
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