|• Total||1,259 km2 (486 sq mi)|
|• Density||610/km2 (1,600/sq mi)|
|Time zone||NPT (UTC+5:45)|
|Main language(s)||Bajjika, Bhojpuri, Maithili, Hindi-Urdu, Nepali, Newari, Tamang,etc|
Sarlahi (Nepali: ne:सर्लाही Listen (help·info)), a part of Janakpur Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Malangwa as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,259 km² and had a population of 635,701 in 2001 and 769,729 in 2011. It is bordered to the west by the Bagmati River, to the east by Mahottari District, to the north by the Siwalik Hills, and to the south by Bihar State, India.
Geography and Climate
|Climate Zone||Elevation Range||% of Area|
|Lower Tropical||below 300 meters (1,000 ft)||88.3%|
|Upper Tropical||300 to 1,000 meters
1,000 to 3,300 ft.
Village Development Committees (VDCs)
- Achalgadh, Arnaha, Atrouli, Aurahi, Babarganj, Bagdaha, Bahadurpur, Balara, Bara Udhoran, Barahathawa, Basantapur, Batraul, Bela, Belhi, Belwajabdi, Bhadsar, Bhagawatipur, Bhaktipur, Bhawanipur, Brahmapuri, Chandra Nagar, Chhataul, Chhatona, Dhana Palbhawari, Dhanakaul Purba, Dhangada, Ghurkauli, Dhungrekhola, Dumariya, Farahadawa, Fulparasi, Gadahiyabairi, Gamhariya, Godeta, Gourishankar, Hajariya, Harakthawa, Haripur, Haripurwa, Hariwan, Hathiyol, Hempur, Ishworpur, Jabdi, Jamuniya, Janaki Nagar, Jingadawa, Kabilasi, Kalinjor, Karmaihiya, Khairwa, Khoriya, Khutauna, Kisanpur, Kodena, Lalbandi, Laukat, Laxmipur Kodraha, Laxmipur Su., Madhubangoth, Madhubani, Mahinathpur, Mailhi, Malangawa, Manpur, Masaili, Mirjapur, Mohanpur, Motipur, Murtiya, Musauli, Narayan Khola, Narayanpur, Netraganj, Noukailawa, Parsa, Parwanipur, Pattharkot, Pidari, Pidariya, Pipariya, Rajghat, Ramnagar Bahaur, Ranban, Raniganj, Rohuwa, Sakraula, Salempur, Sangrampur, Sankarpur, Sasapur, Shahorwa, Shreepur, Sikhauna, Simara, Sisotiya, Sisout, Snakarpur, Sohadawa, Sudama, Sundarpur, Sundarpur Choharwa, Tribhuwan Nagar
- The Map of Potential Vegetation of Nepal - a forestry/agroecological/biodiversity classification system, . Forest & Landscape Development and Environment Series 2-2005 and CFC-TIS Document Series No.110., 2005, ISBN 87-7803-210-9, retrieved Nov. 22, 2013
- Districts of Nepal at statoids.com
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