|Nickname(s): हाम्रो पार्बतिपुर,राम्रो पार्बतिपुर|
|Time zone||Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)|
Parbatipur is a Municipality in Chitwan District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 6506 people living in 1614 individual households.Though the status of the settlement has not been announced publicly, the official fees and taxes are applied by Municipality standard/rate. Parbatipur Town is only 18 km far from its district capital Bharatpur. It is one of fastest growing towns of West Chitwan.
Parbatipur Town centre is considered one of the cleanest town centres in Nepal. Town centre provided services are Government Office, schools, hardware stores, catering services, video and photo studios, electronic and electric appliances, cosmetics, beauty parlours, salons, workshop garage, cafes, motels, Internet cybers, metal works, police station, etc.
The wards refers to particularly a village of a Parbatipur Municipality.There are 9 wards in Parbatipur Municipality. They are:East Rangila, West Rangila, Paharilotar, Ratanpur, East Kanchanbasti,Sitapur,West Kanchanbasti and Parbatipur.
In Parbatipur there are several sports played – notably football , volleyball and cricket. There are seven local football clubs in Parbatipur. Each of them belongs to their respective wards of Parbatipur Municipality. They are:
- Paharilotar Football Club
- Parvatipur Youth Club
- Sitapur Football Club
- Kanchanbasti Football Club
- Rangila Youth Club
- Ratanpur Football Club
- Dev Nagar Football Club #Dinesh super star football club
The major atrractions of parbatipur is Cultural Progamme which is held every year and Annual Intermunicipality football competition held in the football ground of East Parbatipur. Many supporters from all over the Chitwan come to Parbatipur to support their respective clubs. हिमालय इन्जिनियरिङ कन्सल्टेन्सि
Privately owned buses are the main means of transportation here, taxi service is not available here but you might get lucky if it is returning after the reservation drop. Most of the peoples here travel by privately owned vehicles like cars, motorbikes or bicycles.  poor people are travel by plane.
- "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Retrieved 14 December 2008.
- Parbatipur Football Association
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