Dhading District

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Dhading is one of 75 districts in Nepal. It is located in the Bagmati Zone. At the 2001 census, it had 338,658 inhabitants; 2001, there were 336 067.

The district is dominated by the massif Ganesh Himal, to those with the Manaslu part of a 8000, but which is in the neighboring district of Gorkha.

The population is mainly Brahmin and Chhetri in the south and Tamang and Gurung in the north; in the central region live many Newari

Village Development Committees in Dhading

  • Agnichok
  • Baireni
  • Baseri
  • Benighat
  • Bhumesthan
  • Budhathum
  • Chainpur
  • Chhatre Dyaurali
  • Darkha
  • Nilakantha
  • Dhola
  • Dhussa
  • Majhimtar
  • Bharpang
  • Dhuwakot
  • Gajuri
  • Gaunkharka
  • Gerkhu
  • Ghussa
  • Goganpani
  • Gumdi
  • Jiwanpur
  • Jharlang
  • Jogimara
  • Jyamaruk
  • Kalleri
  • Katunge
  • Kebalpur
  • Khalte
  • Khari
  • Kiranchok
  • Kumpur ( Dhadingbesi )
  • Lapa
  • Mahadevsthan
  • Maidi
  • Marpak
  • Mulpani
  • Murali Bhanjyang
  • Nalang
  • Naubise
  • Nilakantha
  • Phulkharka
  • Pida
  • Ri Gaun
  • Salang
  • Salyankot
  • Salyantar
  • Sangkosh
  • Satyadevi
  • Semjong
  • Sirtung
  • Sunaula Bazar
  • Tasarpu
  • Thakre
  • Tipling
  • Tripureswar
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