Mirchaiya

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Mirchaiya
मिर्चैया नगरपालिका
Municipality
Mirchaiya is located in Nepal
Mirchaiya
Mirchaiya
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 26°50′N 86°15′E / 26.84°N 86.25°E / 26.84; 86.25Coordinates: 26°50′N 86°15′E / 26.84°N 86.25°E / 26.84; 86.25
Country    Nepal
Zone Sagarmatha Zone
District Siraha District
Population (1991)
 • Total 7,238
Time zone NST (UTC+5:45)
Area code(s) +977-33
Website www.mirchaiyamun.gov.np

Mirchaiya formerly known as Ramnagar Mirchaiya is a municipality in Siraha District in the Sagarmatha Zone (Eastern Development Region) of south-eastern Nepal. The municipality was established on 18 May 2014 by merging the existing Rampur Birta, Malhaniyakhori, Radhopur, Ramnagar Mirchaiya, Phulbariya, Sitapur PraDa and Maheshpur Gamharia Village Development Committees.[1][2] At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7238 people living in 1397 individual households.[3] This is one of the main business markets for Katari and the southern part of the Siraha district. Raw material produced here includes padday, miazem, and sugar cane. Frequently used Language of Mirchaiya is Maithali. However, People of this locality is well educated they can speak English, Nepali, Hindi and some other local language according to their ethnicity (language carry forward from ancient period). The famous festival of Mirchaiya is Durgapuja (Dashain,Vijaya Dashami), Jhanda Mela, Holi, Chhat puja,Shreepanchami, Dipawali. The mode of Transportation is mostly used Bus, Car, Bike, Bicycle, rickshaw, Tempo, mini bus. The famous shopping place of Mirchaiya is " Big Bazar Departmental Store" and " S.Shopping Center".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "72 new municipalities announced". My Republica.com. Archived from the original on 2014-06-18. Retrieved 2014-06-10. 
  2. ^ "Government announces 72 new municipalities". The Kathmandu Post. Retrieved 2014-06-10. 
  3. ^ "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Archived from the original on 12 October 2008. Retrieved 17 November 2008. 

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