Dang Deokhuri District - Towns and Villages

Towns and Villages

  • Amritpur
  • Baghmare, Bela, Bijauri
  • Chailahi, Lamahi
  • Dhanauri, Dharna, Dhikpur, Duruwa
  • Ghorahi Municipality, Gadhawa, Gangaparaspur, Goltakuri, Gobardiya
  • Halwar, Hansipur, Hapur, Hekuli,
  • Kabhre, Koilabas
  • Lalmatiya, Laxmipur, Loharpani
  • Manpur
  • Narayanpur
  • Panchakule, Pawan Nagar, Phulbari, Purandhara,
  • Rajpur, Rampur,
  • Saigha, Satbariya, Saudiyar, Shantinagar, Shreegaun, Sisahaniya, Sonpur, Syuja
  • Tarigaun, Tulsipur Municipality
  • Urahari
  • Kothari
  • Pachahiya
  • Mahadewa

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