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Village Development Committee
Nickname(s): Damrabhitta Bazaar
Itahara,Damrabhitta is located in Nepal
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 26°33′N 87°37′E / 26.55°N 87.62°E / 26.55; 87.62Coordinates: 26°33′N 87°37′E / 26.55°N 87.62°E / 26.55; 87.62
Country    Nepal
Zone Koshi Zone
District Morang District
Population (1991)
 • Total 14,931
Time zone Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)
Area code(s) 021

Itahara(इटहरा) is a village development committee in Morang District in the Kosi Zone of south-eastern part Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of more than 14,931 people living in 2536 individual households.[1] Damrabhitta and Sombare are the most developing places in the Itahara VDC.Damrabhitta, Bhaudaha and Sombare have more educated people in itahara VDC. Now in Damrabhitta there is one bank named Miteri development bank.It has also two co-operative organization named Damrabhitta saving & credit co-operative society ltd. and Rupantharran sahakari sastha. Sombare, Itahara and Bhaudaha are other important marketplaces. Saraswati Uchcha Ma. Vi. and Mahendra Uchcha Ma. Vi. Rastranirman Secondary Boarding School and Annapurna English School, Durga,Sayapatri English School, Damravitta Eng.Sco.are most important learning institutes. Among them Rastranirman Secondary Boarding School is the most successful and trusted school of the area. Established in the lap of Itahara, Morang in 2054 BS,Rastranirman Secondary Boarding School,a pioneer leading school of the area,has come through a relatively long and confidently proud journey of over one and half decades. They offer a high quality education by focusing on the holistic development of children to better fit this changing globe.Madan Bhandari, a UML leader popularly known as Jananeta hails from this village. Madan Gram, Satmedi, Jharna, Talibhatta, Thakthake, Dhadra, Jhunabari,gothedanda and Devisthan are most important settlements.[2]


  1. ^ "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Archived from the original on 12 October 2008. Retrieved 18 December 2008. 
  2. ^ Madan Smritigrantha