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A brief information about Nepal’s Remote District which is just near to Kathmandu. Dhading is the nearest district from Kathmandu on its west border which holds the main highway linking capital with all of the Nepal. Here are some information about the District:
Dhading District (Nepali: धादिङ जिल्ला), a part of Bagmati Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Dhading Besi as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,926 Square km and has a population (2001) of 338,658.

Geography:
The district spreads from 27’40” E to 28’17” E and 80’17″N to 84’35″N. The mountain range “Ganesh” is the predominate mountain range located within Dhading. Some of the peaks are over 7,000 meters. The 8,000+ meter mountain “Manaslu” is clearly visible from much of Dhading, although it is located within the bounds of Gorkha. The transnational “King Prithivi Highway” connecting Kathmandu and Pokhara runs through the southern portion of the district making for easy access too the Kathmandu valley. The road parallels the “Trishuli” River.
The western border with Gorkha is bisected by the “Budhi Gandaki” river and this river valley is a great entrance to the Himals of Gorkha (with views of the Ganesh range), not to mention one of the prettier rivers of Nepal. The towns of Salantar and Arun Ghat should get you pointed in the right direction.
The district is bounded by-
East:Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Nuwakot
West: Gorkha
North:Rasuwa and Tibet
South: Makwanpur and Chitwan.

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Dhading District, a part of Bagmati Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Dhading Besi as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,926km² and has a population (2001) of 338,658. The mountain range “Ganesh” is the predominated mountain range located within Dhading. All of the peaks are over 7,000 meters with some approaching 8,000. The 8,000+ meter mountain “Manaslu” is clearly visible from much of Dhading, although it is located within the bounds of Gorkha. The transnational “King Prithivi Highway” connecting Kathmandu and Pokhara runs through the southern portion of the district making for easy access too the Kathmandu valley. The road parallels the “Trishuli” River.
Dhading is 80% farmland and 20% forest; unfortunately most of the protected forest is located near or next to the road which doesn’t make for great trekking. But, the western border with Gorkha is bisected by the “Buri Gandaki” river and this river valley is a great entrance to the Himals of Gorkha (with views of the Ganesh range), not to mention one of the prettier rivers of Nepal. The towns of Salantar and Arun Ghat should get you pointed in the right direction.
The people of the district are primarily Bhramin and Chetri in the south and Tamang and Gurung in the north, with much of the center Newari. Gurkha route, the birth place of founder of Nepal King Prithivi Naryan Shah crosses through Dhading.

Rivers:

he main rivers of the district are Trishuli river and Budhi Gandaki river. Budhi Gandaki separates the district from Gorkha district. There are 25 small rivers, the main being Charoudi, Malekhu, Galtukhola, Belkhukhola, Chirandikhola, Maheshkhola, Thopal, Manukhola, Kastekhola, Mastekhola, Surgandhi, Ankhusalyantar. Besides these, there are over 1743 smaller rivers, springs and seasonal streams.

Demography:
The people of the district are primarily Brahmin and Chhetri in the south and Tamang and Gurung in the north, with much of the center Newari. The famous King Prithivi Naryan Shah/Gurkha route crosses through Dhading.

Towns and villages of Dhading District:
Agnichok · Baireni · Baseri · Benighat · Bhumesthan · Budhathum · Chainpur · Chhatre Dyaurali · Darkha · Dhading Besi · Dhola · Dhussa · Majhimtar · Bharpang · Dhuwakot · Gajuri · Gaunkharka · Gerkhu · Ghussa · Goganpani · Gumdi · Jeewanpur · Jharlang · Jogimara · Jyamarung · Kalleri · Katunge · Kebalpur · Khalte · Khari · Kiranchok · Kumpur · Lapa · Mahadevsthan · Maidi · Marpak · Mulpani · Murali Bhanjyang · Nalang · Naubise · Nilkantha · Phulkharka · Pida · Ree Gaun · Salang · Salyankot · Salyantar · Sangkosh · Satyadevi · Semjong · Sirtung · Sunaula Bazar · Tasarpu · Thakre · Tipling · Tripureswor.

Source: Wikipedia

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