|Village development committee|
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Hardiya is a village development committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 5,286 people living in 1,139 individual households.
Hardiya, according to Nepal's statistics falls in Ward Number 6 and has people of different casts including mukhiya, saha, yadav, chaudhari etc.
- Mukhiya (Malah)
- Chaudhari (Tharu)
- Sah (Teli)
- Yadav (Guwar)
- Chamar (RAM)
- Mandal (Khatbe)
Most of the people in Hardiya speaks Maithili. However, there are other languages that are well practices among people including Hindi, Nepali, English and Bhojpuri.
People follow most of the festivals celebrated in Nepal. Some of the important festivals are Dashan, Tihar, Chhat, Shivaratri, etc.
Hardiya preserves some of the important heritages of Nepal. Most of these heritages are protected by local communities. Some of the important one are listed below:
People from Hardiya
|D.N. Mukhiya||www.dnmukhiya.com.np||English Textbook Writer/ Trainer||Masters in Education [TU]|
|Suresh Kumar Mukhiya||www.skmukhiya.com.np||Web Application Developer||Masters in Information System [NTNU]|
- "National Population and Housing Census 2011(Village Development Committee/Municipality)" (PDF). Government of Nepal. National Planning Commission. November 2012.
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