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Pokhara Metropolitan City in Gandaki Pradesh, Nepal

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Rautahat District, a part of Province No. 2, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district headquarter is Gaur, including municipalities like Garuda, Chandrapur, Paroha Nepal, covers an area of 1,126 km² and had a population of 545,132 in 2001 and 686,722 in 2011. This district has a total of 2 VDCs and 16 municipalities. Among other districts, Rautahat has the largest percent of Muslims in Nepal, about 19.465%. most muslim densely Village Bairiya is an example for secularism in Nepal.that's why the peoples also called it's The Peaceful Village. Sri Ram Sugar Mill is located in Garuda. and the famous Hindu temple is in shivnager and the temple is run by giri family.And also, the historical temple of Goddess Durga is in one of the most developed VDC of the district(Matsari). Matsari is known to be the only village of Narayani Zone to have 100% literacy rate .And, also Late Shri Gulab Narayan Jha, the first person to represent madhesis in politics, was permanent resident of this Village.

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Tikuliya, Saptari Village development committee in Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal

Tikuliya is a village development committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2693 people living in 528 individual households.

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Tikuliya is a village in the East Champaran district of Bihar, India. It is located in the Paharpur Block, and comes under Mankariya panchayat. It is situated 34 km west of the district headquarters Motihari, and 143 km from the state capital Patna.