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Rajghat is a small village of Urlabari Municipality in Morang District in the Koshi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. It is located in North-East part of [[Morang]] and 1.5 kilometer south from the East West highway of Nepal (Mahendra Highway, [[Urlabari]]). It is situated at the region no. 1 of Morang during election period (2070). Durgapuri Bazar is the main Bazar of Rajghat.
Rajghat has a small population, and the major ethnicities living there are Brahmins, Chhettri, Limbu, Rai, Tamang, Tharu, Newar, Dhimal, Satar, Musahar and various others. Religions in Rajghat are Hindu's, Kirant's, Muslims, Buddhists, and Christians. As of 2011, National Polpulation Census, the official total population of Rajghat stood at 12,535 and 2,803 households.
Climate of Rajghat is hot and humid during summer, and mild and dry during winter. During the summer, temperatures can reach 35/36 degree Celsius, and the low in winter is about 2 degree Celsius. Rainfall is abundant during the monsoon season (June–September). There is little or no rainfall during winter, which makes it ideal for harvesting crops such as rice, wheat and Mustard.
Rajghat is one of the major VDCs of Morang district in the context of agriculture productions. Maximum people of Rajghat are involved in the agricultural sector enhancing towards mechanization of agriculture. Rice, maize, vegetables crop, fruit crops, sugarcane, jute, etc. are the cultivated crops in Rajghat VDC. The political organizations existing in this VDC are CPN UML, Nepali Congress, CPN Maoist Centre, Sanghiya Limbuwan, etc. Araniko Higher Secondary School, Laxmi High School, Shishu Shiksha Sadan E. School, Pratibha Secondary School, Nebula Secondary School are the major educational institution. There is access of road network in all area of VDC. The bus leaves from Rajghat to Urlabari, Itahara, Sijuwa, Rangeli, Damak, Birtamode, Kakarvitta, Biratnagar, Dharan, Itahari, Dhankuta and as well as Kathmandu also.