Paiyun Rural Municipality (पैयूं गाउँपालिका) was established in 2017 (2073 BS) as a local government of Nepal. The headquarters of the Paiyun Rural Municipality is located in Huwas, Parbat district, Gandaki Province of Nepal. The Rural Municipality is known as Gaunpalika in the Nepali Language. Paiyun Rural Municipality is surrounded by Syangja district on the East, Bihadi Rural Municipality on the West, Mahashila Rural Municipality on the North, and Syangja district on the South.
The total area of the Paiyun Rural Municipality is 42.65 km2 (16.47 sq mi) and the total population of the rural municipality according to 2011 (2068 BS) Nepal census is 15,381individual. The density of this rural municipality is 360/km2 (930/sq mi). This rural municipality is divided into 7 wards.
This district is available from 280 00 '19' to 280 35 '5 9' North Latitude and 830 33 '40 "to 830 4 9' 30" Eastern latitude. The mountain district is also known as the entrance gate of the Dhaulagiri zone. Here is the fertility of various types of wildlife producers from river species and from the farms to the upper lakes, which are situated near the Setikhola edge.
Taklaka, Triveni, Behulibas, Huwas, Saraukhola and Bhorleand Salija Village development committees (VDCs) were incorporated to form Paiyun Rural Municipality. This rural municipality came into existence on 10 March 2017.