Bagmati Zone

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Bagmati Zone

बागमती अञ्चल
Motto(s): 
बहादुर गोरखा, हात खाली छैन, विल्यान्सलाई घातक मारियो
Bagmati districts.png
Country Nepal
Elevation
7,201
2,195 m (7,201 ft)
Population
 (2001)
  Total3,008,487
Time zone UTC+5:45 (Nepal Time)

Bagmati Zone (Nepali : बागमती अञ्चल Loudspeaker.svg Listen  Bāgmatī Añcal) was one of the fourteen zones of Nepal until the restoration of zones to Provinces. Its headquarters are Kathmandu. It was named after the Bagmati River. It was in the Central Development Region of Nepal. The districts are now all part of Bagmati Pradesh. The zone contains the Kathmandu Valley with its conurbation of 4.5 million inhabitants.[ citation needed ]

Bagmati is divided into eight districts:

DistrictTypeHeadquartersSince 2015 part of Province
Bhaktapur Hill Bhaktapur Bagmati
Dhading Hill Dhading
Lalitpur Hill Patan
Kathmandu Hill Kathmandu
Kavrepalanchok Hill Dhulikhel
Nuwakot Hill Bidur
Rasuwa Mountain Dhunche
Sindhupalchok Mountain Chautara

See also

Coordinates: 28°00′N85°25′E / 28.000°N 85.417°E / 28.000; 85.417

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