In coordination with the District Coordination Committee Bhaktapur, the new fire engine purchased by Changunarayan Municipality and Suryavinayak Municipality as a joint cost sharing as per the demand of District Administration Office Bhaktapur and Juddha Varun Yantra Office Bhaktapur has been handed over to Juddha Varun Yantra Office Bhaktapur. Interaction with district-based non-governmental organizations under the joint project of District Coordination Committee Bhaktapur and District Administration Office Bhaktapur Orientation program organized for contestants participating in the 21st Silkroad International Youth Photography and Short Documentary Competition District level orientation meeting of TAS-III survey (Transmission Assessment Survey) program related to हात्तीपाईले रोग prevention. District annual review meeting of Fiscal Year 2078/2079 has been completed. Orientation training on “Local Economic Development Assessment Procedure 2079” has been completed for the officers and employees of District Coordination Committee Bhaktapur. An orientation training on environment-friendly local governance has been completed for the officials and employees of District Coordination Committee, Bhaktapur. Monitoring program of Khadka Tol Drinking Water Project located at Chagunarayan Municipality Ward No. 2 organazied by District coordination comittee Bhaktapur The vegetable zone operated under the prime minister’s modernization project has been monitored Children friendly local governance programme organized by District Coordination comittee Bhaktapur


Ishwar Bahadur Thapa graphic

Ishwar Bahadur Thapa



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Sujata Bade



Tirtha Prakash poudel

District Coordination Officer


Brief Introduction

Bhaktapur is the smallest district of Nepal, which occupies an area of 119 square kilometres. It is surrounded by Kavrepalanchwok District in the east, Kathmandu and Lalitpur District in the west, Kathmandu and Kavrepalanchwok District in the north and Lalitpur District in the south. From geographical point of view, Bhaktapur covers the region between the northern latitude of 27°36'-27°44' and the eastern longitude of 85°21'-85°32'. The east-west length of the district is 16 kilometres. The altitude ranges from 1,331 meters to 2,191 meters above the sea level. The highest peak of the district is Nagarkot. The geographical features of the districts are almost same as that of Kathmandu and Lalitpur District, the two other districts of Kathmandu valley. The entire eastern region and nearly half of the northern and southern region of district is covered with hills, which are part of the Mahabharata series.
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