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  1. Gandaki Pradesh - Wikipedia

    Gandaki Pradesh named after the river Gandaki. Gandaki is a major river in the province. This river has Important links with historical Hindu civilization. The Gandaki river is mentioned in the ancient Sanskrit epic Mahabharata. It is said that Valmiki Rishi (sage) wrote the great epic, "Ramayana" here. It is also believed to be the birthplace ...

    • 20 September 2015
    • Nepal
  2. Provincial Assembly of Gandaki Pradesh - Wikipedia

    The Provincial Assembly of Gandaki Praadesh also known as the Gandaki Pradesh Sabha, (Nepali: गण्डकी प्रदेश सभा) is a unicameral governing and law making body of Gandaki Pradesh, one of the 7 Provinces in Nepal, and is situated at Pokhara, the province capital of Gandaki Pradesh, with 60 Members of the Provincial Assembly (MPA).

    Constituency (PR if blank)
    Tanahu 2(A)
    Asha Koirala
    Nepal Communist Party
    Syangja 2(B)
    Bhagwat Prasad Malla
    Nepali Congress
    Parbat 1(B)
    Bikash Lamsal
    Nepal Communist Party
    Kaski 2(B)
    Bindu Kumar Thapa
    Nepali Congress
    • February 4, 2018
    • Netra Nath Adhikari, NCP, since 15 February 2018
  3. Gandaki Zone - Wikipedia

    Gandaki zone (Nepali: गण्डकी अञ्चल Listen (help · info) was one of the fourteen zones of Nepal, located in the Western Development Region.It was named as Sapta Gandaki after the seven tributaries (Kali Gandaki, Trishuli, Budhi Gandaki, Marsyangdi, Madi, Seti Gandaki, and Daraudi) that makes up the Gandaki River.

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  5. Pokhara - Wikipedia,_Gandaki_Pradesh

    Pokhara is in the northwestern corner of the Pokhara Valley, which is a widening of the Seti Gandaki valley that lies in the region (Pahad) of the Himalayas. In this region the mountains rise very quickly, [25] and within 30 kilometres (19 miles), the elevation rises from 1,000 to 7,500 metres (3,300 to 24,600 feet).

  6. Provincial Assembly (Nepal) - Wikipedia

    The Provincial Assembly (Nepali: प्रदेश सभा; Pradesh Sabha) is the unicameral legislative assembly for a federal province of Nepal.. According to Article 176 of the Constitution of Nepal 2015, following the dissolution of the provincial assembly all the members forming the Provincial Assembly are elected.

  7. Karnali Pradesh - Wikipedia

    Karnali is the largest province of Nepal with an area of 24,453 km 2 (9,441 sq mi). The province is surrounded by Gandaki Pradesh in east, Province No. 5 in south-east and south, Sudurpashchim Pradesh in the west and Tibet Autonomous Region of China in north. The province has occupied higher mountains land of north and mid-hills of Nepal.

  8. brief introduction of gandaki province Amongst the 7 provinces in Nepal, province 4 (recently named as Gandaki Province) is one of the most promising provinces and more importantly, a renowned place for tourist destination for the people of Nepal as well as abroad.

  9. List of districts of Nepal - Wikipedia

    Panchayat era (1960–1990):. In 1962, the reorganisation of traditional 32 districts into 14 zones and 75 development Districts. District Panchayat was one of the four administrative divisions of Nepal during the Panchayat System (1962–1990).

  10. Province No. 1 - Wikipedia

    Province No. 1 (proposed names: Koshi/Purbanchal) is the easternmost of the seven provinces established by the new constitution of Nepal which was adopted on 20 September 2015. With the industrial city of Biratnagar as its headquarter, the province covers other major eastern towns including Damak , Dharan , Itahari , Inarua and Birtamod and ...

  11. Nepal - Wikipedia

    Each province is composed of 8 to 14 districts. The districts, in turn, comprise local units known as urban and rural municipalities. [3] There is a total of 753 local units which includes 6 metropolitan municipalities, 11 sub-metropolitan municipalities and 276 municipalities for a total of 293 urban municipalities, and 460 rural ...