Bijuwar

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Bijuwar
बिजुवार
Bijuwar is located in Nepal
Bijuwar
Bijuwar
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 28°07′N 82°52′E / 28.12°N 82.86°E / 28.12; 82.86Coordinates: 28°07′N 82°52′E / 28.12°N 82.86°E / 28.12; 82.86
Country    Nepal
Region Mid-Western
Zone Rapti Zone
District Pyuthan District
VDC XXX
Population (2001 Census[1])
 • Total 4,976
  967 households
Time zone Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)

Bijuwar is a town and market center in Pyuthan Municipality in Pyuthan, a Middle Hills district of Rapti Zone, western Nepal. The formerly Village Development Committee along with Pyuthan Khalanga, Bijubar, Dakha Kwadi, Bijaya Nagar, Dharmawati, Maranthana and Khaira was merged to form the new municipality since 18 May 2014.[2][3] Bijuwar is the main commercial center in the valley of Jhimruk Khola.

To Promote local culture Bijuwar has one FM radio station Radio Lisne Awaj - 103.6 MHz Which is a Community radio Station.

Villages in VDC[edit]

Ward Lat. Lon Elev.
Bhitrikot भित्रीकोट 28°08'N 82°51'E 1,550m
Bijuwar बिजुवार 28°06'N 82°51'E   830
Dadi Pokhari डाडी पोखरी 28°08'N 82°51'E 1,505
Dharampani धरमपानी 28°08'N 82°52'E 1,310
Githechaur गिठेचौर 28°08'N 82°52'E 1,350
Indredanda इन्द्रेडाँडा 8 28°07'N 82°51'E   999
Kanthebahar काँठेबहर 28°08'N 82°50'E 1,070
Khadkadera खड्काडेरा 28°08'N 82°50'E 1,130
Khamaldi खमाल्दी 28°07'N 82°52'E   790
Khanikholagaun खानीखोलागाउँ 28°07'N 82°51'E   882
Phulbari फूलबारी 28°07'N 82°52'E   815
Punyakholagaun पुण्यखोलागाउँ 4 28°08'N 82°52'E   975
Seti Pokhari सेती पोखरी 28°08'N 82°51'E 1,042
Takura टाकुरा 1 28°07'N 82°52'E   950
Tari 7
Tarkichaur तार्कीचौर 1 28°08'N 82°51'E 1,470
Tikuri टिकुरी 28°07'N 82°53'E   815

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Radio: Radio Lisne Awaj 103.6 MHz

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Archived from the original on 12 October 2008. Retrieved 21 September 2008. 
  2. ^ "72 new municipalities announced". My Republica.com. Archived from the original on 2014-06-18. Retrieved 2014-06-10. 
  3. ^ "Government announces 72 new municipalities". The Kathmandu Post. Retrieved 2014-06-10. 
  4. ^ "Index of Geographical Names of Nepal, Volume IV: Mid Western Development Region, List of Settlements, Pyuthan" (PDF). Government of Nepal, National Geographic Information Infrastructure Program. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-24. Retrieved 2011-03-12. 

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