Rigaun

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Reegaun

रिगाउँ ( Nepali Language)
Reegaun is located in Nepal
Reegaun
Reegaun
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 28°07′N 84°58′E / 28.11°N 84.97°E / 28.11; 84.97Coordinates: 28°07′N 84°58′E / 28.11°N 84.97°E / 28.11; 84.97
Country   Nepal
ZoneBagmati Zone
DistrictDhading District
ProvinceProvince No. 3
Rural MunicipalityGangajamuna
Government
 • Asst. Secy. GRMEnjeela Tamang
 • ward no 1 Secy.Bahadur Tamang
 • Ward no.2 Secy.Phaising Tamang
Population
 (1991)
 • Total5,218
 • Religions
Christian, Bon and Buddhist
Time zoneUTC+5:45 (Nepal Time)

Ree gaun is a village development committee in Dhading District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5218 and had 875 houses in it.[1]

Popular Villages in Ree Dhading ( Gangajamun Rural Municipality Ward No. 1&2)[edit]

  • 1. Tawal Village & Tawal Bensi
  • 2. Dhuseni Village
  • 3. Latab Village
  • 4. Kutal Village
  • 5. Saleri & Teshyapho Village
  • 6. Shyaktali Village
  • 7. Gangmrang Village/Prunung(Natives language)
  • 8. Ree gaun . Choke Village
  • 10. Epi Village Village
  • 11. Richet Village
  • 12. Tajimrang Village
  • 13. Kichet, Annar Cheprang, & Karang Village


Ward no.2

There are more than six local villages has been combined in a one word no. after the new local governance of GRM.

  1. Latab Village
  2. Dhuseni Village
  3. Tawal Village & Tawal Bensi
  4. Kutal Village
  5. Saleri & Teshyapho Village
  6. Shyaktali Village
  7. Gangmrang Village/Prunung(Natives language)


Ward no.1

  1. Ree gaun
  2. Choke Village
  3. Epi Village Village
  4. Richet Village
  5. Tajimrang Village
  6. Kichet Village
  7. Annar Cheprang
  8. Karang Village


Tourist Destination[edit]

  • Longarchet Vallery
  • Shyanchet Dada
  • Pasangchowk
  • Palang-Naang


Main Occupation and Income Source[edit]

The main occupation of Ree Gaun is Farming. The recent local business here is knitting the baskets, selling local products like, Baskets and meats.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Archived from the original on October 12, 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-24.