Dharan

The Dharan

City of Dharan in Sunsari County, East Nepal. Dharan, Dharan Bazar, Nepal. sspan class="mw-headline" id="History">History[edit] "The construction of an environment-friendly town, which functions as a center for training, healthcare, tourism and economy with a fully fledged infrastructure". One of two sub-metropolitan towns in Nepal's No. 1 Province, Sunsari District, Dharan (Devan?

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Shortly after King Mawrong Hang became known and took over the Terai countries Chethar, Bodhey, Panthar and Ilam (today Jhapa, Morang, Sunsari and Dhankuta). His death was without a man's inheritance and King Uba Hang took over the dominion over Limbuwan in 849 - 865 AD.

Mabo Hang, Uba Hang's son, followed him in 865 AD and reigned until 880 AD. He continued the reform his dad had begun. Muda Hang, his son, replaced Uba Hang. The Muda Hang was a feeble sovereign, so the locals began to rule their territories separately.

He was replaced by his Son Vedo Huang, but at that point Limbuwan was in a state of turmoil and every princedom ruled independent and fought with each other. He was followed by his beloved boy, Chemjonghang. Sirijonga, King of the Empire of Yangwarok, came to power during this mess and the dwindling period of the hanging of King Chemjong.

Finally, after the foundation of the Namgyal family in Sikkim and under the Lho-Mehn-Tsong Tsum, a contract between the Lepcha, Limbu and Lhutia peoples of the Sikkim area, Limbuwan finally perished to the Kunchenjunga area (today's east boundary of Nepal) and Teesta river to the Lhutia monarchs of Sikkim. At the beginning of the fifteenth centuries, the offspring of King Sirijonga became feeble and Limbuwan once again plunged into a state of Chaos and anarchy.

Lowland Limbuwan Kingdom of Morang was governed by King Sangla Ing. at the age. His Majesty King Bijay Narayan Raya Sanlga Ing constructed a new city in the midst of Varatappa and Shangori forts and renamed it Bijaypur after him. The city of Bijaypur was established in 1584 A.D. and is now near Dharan, Sunsari District.

City Bijaypur stayed the capitol of the Morang Kingdom and the Limbuwan area until the Gorkha Limbuwan War in 1774 AD. In 1609, however, Kirant King Lo conquered Morang Sen from the Sen family and reigned there for seven successive Generations. Phedap King Murray has been appointed to the post of Morong Mayor.

The king of Morang made his position heritable. The name Murray Hang was Hindu and he became Bidya Chandra Raya. In 1769, Buddhi Karna Raya Khebang followed the last king of Morang Kama Datta senior and was seated on the Bijaypur palace seat.

The Dharan began as a small trade station. In recent years, the Dharan tribe has expanded and varied to accommodate various ethnic groups such as Limbu, Brahmins, Chhetris, Rai, Gurung, Newar, Sunuwar and Yakha. British Gurkha Recruit Center was founded in 1953, which boosted the city' s traffic and growth.

Entrants from all over Nepal streamed to the British Gurkhas, dramatically changing the face of Dharan. An increase in the numbers of people came, with recruiters who brought their own family and others who came to look for work and take advantage of commercial opportunity. Dharan developed into one of the largest cities in the east of Nepal.

By 1962 Nepal was subdivided into 14 administration areas and 75 counties, and Dharan was declared the Kosi Zone Regional Office. The church of Dharan was born. Originally the city was subdivided into eleven stations, in 1980: Two adjacent Gaon Panchayats, Banjjhogara Gaon Panchayat from the west and Ghopa Gaon Panchayat from the eastern side, were fused with Dharan City Panchayat.

The Panchakanya Dorf Eastern Board of Economic Cooperation, was amalgamated with the municipality of Dharan. Bishupaduka Villages Developing Board of West, was amalgamated with Dharan and has improved the submetropolitan city state. Dharan's name is Nepali, which means they saw wood there. Construction of a Dharan is done by excavating a rectangle of about 5 to 6 ft depth.

This is the Metropolitan sub-metropolitan. The town of Dharan Zubmetropolitan Downtown is run by an elective major. Dharan has 27 constituencies. Corporators are chosen in each of the stations, and the Dharan tribe directly elects the major by qualified decision. At Dharan there are a number of open institutions open to the town.

Legislation and order in the city fall under the competence of the regional policing, which is part of the Nepalese policing; a deputy chief of policing supervises the city' s safety and legal matters. There are three cinemas with Nepalese, Hindi and Anglophone film. Municipal library, which is run by youngsters, was opened in 1950 and is located at Chhata Cok.

Up-to-date library information and resources are available on the Dharan Libraries website. Dharan was an arenas for gaming and sport from the beginning. The Dharan is a power to be reckoned with in soccer, the art of fighting and crime. Dharan is the largest and probably best 18 hole course in the county.

The Dharan Club, co-organised by the Municipality of Dharan, organises the Budha Subba Gold Cup every year in August and September, a prestige Budha Gold Cup event in which most nationally renowned clubs take part. The Dharan has also seen a huge rise in the popularity for boying among teenagers in recent years and bboy/bgirl achievements are now familiar in the main Dharan gatherings.

Sport is mainly concentrated in the multi-purpose Dharan Rangasalastadion. Soccer, crime, beach ball and baseball are the most favourite types of sport. Dharan is one of the most actively involved organisations in the promotion of soccer in the town, and organises an annually held competition at the local association levels. The Dharan has vast parklands and orchards.

Saptarangi Park, Sakela Park, Panchakanya Park, Yalamber Park, Hariyali Park, Dharan is a crucible of many different civilizations, a mixture of different Nepalese civilizations. Dharan is home to many inhabitants of the Sankhuwasabha, Tehrathum, Ilam, Panchthar, Dhankuta, Bhojpur and Taplegung Khotang neighboring wards.

Yakkha's Kei Lak, Newars' Lakhe naaach and Gai Jatra, Rai's Sakela, Tamangs' Selo, Gurungs's Rodighar, Brahmin's Baalan and Chhetris's Sangini, all contribute to the Dharan culture trad. Each year Dharan also organizes a Sakela contest. A Hindu deity called Shiva is one of the great Dharanan temples.

Shiva's Pindeswari Dham is a very popular Dharan shrine. Humans from many parts of Nepal and India come here to receive the blessings of Lord Shiva. At these montages the followers take sacred waters from the Koshi stream, which lies about 30 km western of Dharan, as sacrifices for Lord Shiva.

The Dharan River acts as a gate to some of the most secluded tourism destinations such as the Kumbhakarna Himal, Kanchenjunga, Makalu Barun National Park, Arun Valley, Tinjure-Milke (Rhododendron Reserve), Gupha Lake, Hyatrung Fall and Sabha Pokhari. Biratnagar and the connection cities are located in the southern part of Dharan, all within an hour's driving time.

And Bhanu Chowk is also known as the Dharan hearts. Itahari is a major metropolis loved by the locals of Dharan. Dharan, with its varied people, has many places of God, i.e. a temple, a church and a small cemetery. Over the past few years, the immediate vicinity of the Tamur River has made Dharan a target for white-water rappers from Mulghat in Dhankuta County to Chataradham.

A few actions of the sub-metropolis Dharan to stimulate tourism: Dharan residents are serviced by several regional dailies and nationwide magazines. Dharan folk also have access to Dharan newspaper on a day-to-day base. A number of neighbourhood magazines are published each month. Nepal's state radio is transmitted in the center of the country on the middle frequency of 648 khz.

You are Star FM - 95. 6 MHz, Vijayapur FM - 98. 8 MHz, Dantakali FM - 88. 5 MHz and Radio Dharan FM - 88. 8 MHz. 6Hz. The Dharan Cable Network sends Kriti TV channel as a regional TV station reporting on urban incidents. The Koshi Hwy, one of the most important motorways, runs through Dharan and connects it to Dhankuta.

Dharan is connected to Biratnagar and other neighboring cities by frequent buses and rental cars. The closest Biratnagar International Airports is 40 km away. The Dharan is about 40 km away from Biratnagar. From Biratnagar it will take about 1 hr to get to Dharan by car and it will cost about 80rupee. There are four endpoints in the city: public transportation includes urban liveaboards and carrikshaws ( or speed).

This is one of the biggest towns in Nepal next to Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Pokhara and Birgunj. Total population: 95,332 (2001 census), of whom 55 are males. 486%, 2011 Federal Reserve 116,181 Survey Count, includes 2 fused VDCs: 141,439. The Dharan sub-metropolitan region bureau takes care of civil matters in the capital. This sub-metropolitan is run by a major. Citizens elect the local council and the local council by referendum.

From May 8, 2014, however, it is split into 27 stations according to the Kabinet Ministers' ruling, with Panchakanya and Bishnupaduka V.D.C. being added to the Dharan area. It has five government Colleges and Unions (three at Tribhuvan, one at Nepal Sanskrit and one at B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences), several privately owned College with links to other government Institutes and more than 40 government and privately owned secondaries.

It also has nine privately-owned library, one open-air library and three specialised training centers. Dharan's most important schools are the Sarada Balika Higher Secondary School and the High School. Dharan's academical facilities include:

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