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Raksirang Rural Municipality

Chainpur, Makwanpur

Estd. 2017




Raksirang Rural Municipality has been formed by the decision of the Government of Nepal dated 2073-11-27 by merging the four former VDCs of Kankada, Raksirang, Sarikhet, and Khairang in the western and northern part of Makwanpur district. The total population of this Rural Municipality is 26,122 (according to the census of 2068 BS). The total area is 226.7 sq km and the population density is 111.12 sq km. It is bounded on the east by Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan Municipality and Kailash Rural Municipality, on the west by Rapti Municipality of Chitwan District, on the south by Manhari Rural Municipality and on the north by Kailash Rural Municipality and Bellu Rorang Rural Municipality of Dhading District.

Road infrastructure is the basis of development. Without road development, it is difficult and costly to establish other development bases. A Road network is also essential for the effective development of the village. Plans and programs are being formulated for the development of road networks in this village municipality and some programs are being implemented.

So far all the roads in Raksirang Gaupalika have remained unpaved. So far no roads in this Gaupalika have been tarred. Plans to upgrade the road and gravel are in priority. As the work of graveling of roads in some places has already started, the issue of gradual blacktop is also included in the plan of this village.

In this village, which has just taken over as the new Gaupalika, work is underway to get access to various aspects of infrastructure construction. Heating schemes also take a lot of time in the implementation phase. Due to this, the village municipality is facing the challenge of implementing the issues specified in the plan as soon as possible. Due to the geographical diversity of the climate, the climate here varies according to height and time. In the valleys of the rural areas, the climate is hot, temperate in the hilly region, and temperate in the hills in the Mahabharata. Normally, at the end of May and from July to August, there is sufficient rainfall due to the influence of monsoon, while towards Push Magh, there is intermittent rain due to the influence of northern winds.

The average temperature in the village is up to 35 degrees Celsius throughout the year, a minimum of 5 degrees in winter and 18 degrees Celsius on average. In the winter months, instead of getting thick fog all day long, it gets cloudy for a while in the morning and after a few mornings, it gets sunny and in summer it gets a little bit hot. Raksirang village municipality is located in the northwest corner of the district. As it spreads from an altitude of 300 meters to 2300 meters above sea level, its climate also varies.

As it is located in the hilly part, the climate of Raksirang is of temperate monsoon type. It is characterized by mild winters and hot summers. It is hot from March to October and winter from November to February. The coldest month is December and the hottest month is May. The average annual rainfall is 2200 ml. The average annual temperature is 27 degrees Celsius.

Agriculture is the main occupation in this village. Most of the land is covered by high hills and forests. The cultivable land is very fertile. According to the locals, various crops and vegetables are growing without chemical fertilizers. But at present, due to the shortage of organic manure, chemical manure has come into vogue, according to the villagers. Irrigation facilities are available in only a few places in the municipality.

Contact Details of Raksirang Rural Municipality, Makwanpur


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