Rupandehi (district)

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Rupandehi
रुपन्देही
District in Nepal Vlag van Nepal
Rupandehi district location.png
Situering
Regio Western (WDR)
Zone Lumbini
Coördinaten 27°30'NB, 83°27'OL
Algemeen
Oppervlakte 1360 km²
Inwoners (2011) 880.196[1]
(647 inw./km²)
Hoofdstad Siddharthanagar
Portaal  Portaalicoon   Azië
Kaart van het Rupandehi-district.

Rupandehi (Nepalees: रुपन्देही) is een van de 75 districten van Nepal. Het district is gelegen in de Lumbini-zone en de hoofdstad is Siddharthanagar.

Steden en Dorpscommissies[2][3][bewerken]

  • Stad: Nepalees: nagarpalika of N.P.; Engels: municipality;
  • Dorpscommissie: Nepalees: panchayat; Engels: village development committee of VDC.
  • Steden (2): Butwal, Siddharthanagar.
  • Dorpscommissies (69): Aama, Aanandaban, Amuwa (of: Paschim Amuwa), Asurena (of: Asuraina), Bagaha, Bagauli, Bairghat, Basantapur (Rupandehi-district), Betakuiya, Bhagawanpur, Bisunpura (of: Bishnupura), Bodabar (of: Bodawar), Bogadi, Chhipagada (of: Chhipagadh), Chhotaki Ramnagar, Chilhiya, Daya Nagar (of: Dayanagar), Devadaha (of: Devdaha), Dhakadhai, Dhamauli, Dudharakchhe (of: Dudharaksha), Ekala, Farena (of: Pharena), Gajedi, Gangoliya, Gonaha, Harnaiya, Hati Bangai, Hati Pharsatikar, Jogada, Kamhariya, Karahiya, Karauta, Kerbani (of: Kerwani), Khadawa Bangai, Khudabagar, Lumbini (of: Lumbini Aadarsha), Madhbaliya (of: Madhawaliya), Madhuwani, Main Materiya (of: Manmateriya), Mainahiya, Majhagawa, Makrahar, Man Pakadi (of: Manpakadi), Maryadpur (of: Maryadapur), Masina (Rupandehi-district), Motipur (Rupandehi-district), Padsari, Pajarkatti, Pakadi Sakron (of: Sakraun Pakadi), Parroha, Patekhouli (of: Patakhauli), Pokharvindi, Rayapur (Rupandehi-district), Rohinhawa (of: Roinihawa), Rudrapur, Sadi, Saljhundi (of: Saljhandi), Samera Marchwar (of: Semara Marchawar), Semalar (of: Semlar), Shankar Nagar, Sikatahan (of: Siktahan), Silautiya, Sipawa, Souraha Phrasatikar (of: Sauraha Pharsatikar), Suryapur, Tenuhawa, Thumhawa Piprahawa (of: Thumhawa Piparhawa), Tikulgadh (of: Tikuligadh).