Mulpani, Kathmandu

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Mulpani, Kathmandu
मुलपानी
Sunthanetar
Municipality
Nickname(s): Bhaimal
Motto: "Hamro Mulpani, Ramro Mulpani"
Mulpani, Kathmandu is located in Nepal
Mulpani, Kathmandu
Mulpani, Kathmandu
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 27°43′N 85°24′E / 27.71°N 85.40°E / 27.71; 85.40Coordinates: 27°43′N 85°24′E / 27.71°N 85.40°E / 27.71; 85.40
Country    Nepal
Zone Bagmati Zone
District Kathmandu District
GovernmentEkata ra Mitrata
 • Type Democratic
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 4,718
  11742
Time zone Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)

Mulpani, Kathmandu is a municipality in Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. Mulpani was previously known as Bhaimal, meaning "no fear". At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4718 and had 843 households in it.The main occupation of the people living in this village is agriculture. Eighty percent of the population are engaged in farming. Mulpani is surrounded by Bagmati and Manohara river. It is known that Nepal's biggest International Cricket Stadium is being built in Mulpani at the previous dumping site near Gokarna. In the recent years Mulpani has seen a lot of change in its infrastructure and people as well. It has been in a Municipality name Kageshwari Manohara since 2014.

Mulpani has raised its standards of development by youth clubs like Chakhandol Youth Club, Friends Club® and Nabintam Youth Club® on the western side and Jhulchowk Youth Unity Club (JYUC), Manohara Mulpani Youth Club and Manohara Sports Club (MASPOC) on the Eastern side.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Population and Housing Census 2011(Village Development Committee/Municipality)" (PDF). Government of Nepal. National Planning Commission. November 2012.