Arughat Rural Municipality (आरुघाट गाउँपालिका, गोरखा) was established in 2017 (2073 BS) as a local government of Nepal. The headquarters of this Gaupalika is located in Arughat, Gorkha district, Gandaki Province of Nepal. Arughat is a rural municipality and also known as Gaupalika in the Nepali Language.
Arughat village is geographically spread from the mid-hilly region to the northern Himalayas and the rich and tourist view of biological diversity is important.
This village is spread from sea level to 585 meters to 1388 meters and 280 3 '50' to North 280 8 '48' Latitude and 840 4 9 '40 "840 53' 34" and spread 160.7 9 square km area. This Gaunpalika contains tropical, hemisphere, uterine, Lekali and Himalayas.
With the administrative and political view, this Gaupalika is divided into 10 wards. According to Central Statistics Division, National Census, 2068, the total population of this village was 23,887 (male -10639, female: 13245, average family number: 4.25 and gender ratio: 80.32 and total household 5614) As well as density 148.5 per square km Shown. The geographical situation of the village has been difficult due to the low mountainous region. The rural road networks often reach all the wards, but those roads are dependent on seasonal discipline.
Aaruchanaute, Arupokhri, Arruarbang, Manbu and Thumi Village Development committees (VDCs) were incorporated to form Arughat. This urban Municipality came into existence in 2017 (2073 BS).