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Chaturale

चतुराले

chatur bhuj ale
Chaturale
Chaturale
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 27°52′N 85°13′E / 27.867°N 85.217°E / 27.867; 85.217Coordinates: 27°52′N 85°13′E / 27.867°N 85.217°E / 27.867; 85.217
CountryNepal
ZoneBagmati Zone
DistrictNuwakot District
Government
Population
 (2011)
 • Total10,000
Time zoneUTC+5:45 (Nepal Time)

Chaturale(Nepali:चतुराले) is a village in the Nuwakot District of Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 10000 living in 1200 individual households. Chaturale is named after its founder, Chatur Bhuj Ale.The biggest occasion is mainly celebrated in chaturale bazar. The government is planning to link Ranipauwa to Bidur via chaturale with better road under the leadership of Tej Prasad Pandey.

The word Chaturale could also have emerged from a flower called "Chaturale". The village is enriched with different ethnic groups. This village is in 1 hour and 30 minute distance from Pasang Lamu Highway. Trekking downhill can be initiated from Ranipawa. It has one secondary school called Mahendra Higher secondary school which is located at Dumrechaur, Chaturale and a primary school called Shree Barmayani primary school at Barbandi. The Chaturale village lies in Between two river by Dhade Khola and Sindure Khola. Chaturale is Now located on Kakani Rural Municipality ward no 7 [1].

These schools are open for native English teacher to assist English teachings.The life standard of people is slowly upgrading!




References

  1. ^ "Gaupalika List". Government Of Nepal.
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