Gandaki Pradesh is one of the seven federal provinces established by the current constitution of Nepal which was promulgated on 20 September 2015. Pokhara is the province's capital city.
It borders the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north, Bagmati Pradesh to the east, Karnali Pradesh to the west, and Province No. 5 and Uttar Pradesh of India to the south. The total area of Gandaki province is 21,504 km². According to the latest census, the population of Gandaki province was 2,403,757.
The newly elected Provincial Assembly adopted Gandaki Pradesh as the permanent name by replacing its initial name Province no. 4 in July 2018.
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Gorkha District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh, is one of the seventy-Seven districts of Nepal and connected historically with the creation of the modern Nepal and the name of the legendary Gurkha soldiers. The district, with Gorkha Municipality (previously known as Prithivi Narayan Nagarpalika) as its district headquarters, covers an area of 3,610 km2 (1,390 sq mi) and has a population of 271,061 according to the 2011 Census of Nepal. It is the location of the Manakamana Temple. Also, the temples of great sage Gorakh Nath and goddess Gorakh Kali temple is located in district, after which the district got its name. Four major rivers run within and along it - the Chepe, Daraudi, Marsyangdi, and Budhi Gandaki.
Manang District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Chame as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,246 km2 (867 sq mi) and had a population (2011) of 6,538. The pass of Thorung La at 5415 meters above the sea connects the district to Mustang District by providing a route between the towns of Manang and Muktinath. Manang district gets least amount of rainfall among districts of Nepal as it lies to the north of the Himalayas which blocks monsoon air. The Manang Valley, which lies close to the Nepal-Tibet border, offers tremendous opportunities due to its rich natural flora and fauna. Three tracks start from here. The first, via Thorangla, Muktinath, and Mustang to Lhasa—a journey that takes four days; the second via Naur Khola and Naurgaon, which takes five days to Lhasa; and finally the third via Larkiya bazar, which is the one most commonly used by the people of Central Nepal.
Lamjung District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh, is one of the 77 districts of Nepal. The district, with Besisahar as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,692 square kilometers (653 sq mi) and as of 2011[update] had a population of 167,724. Lamjung lies in the mid-hills of Nepal spanning tropical to trans-Himalayan geo-ecological belts, including the geographical midpoint of the country (i.e., Duipipal). It has mixed habitation of casts and ethnicities. It is host to probably the highest density of the Gurung ethnic population in the country.
Kaski District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The name is disambiguated from Kaskikot, the ancient Kaski Kingdom. The district, with Pokhara as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,017 square km and had a total population of 492,098 according to the 2011 Census. This district lies at the centroid point of the country. The altitude of the Kaski district ranges from 450 meters to the lowest land to 8091 meters the highest point in the Himalaya range. Kaski District politically has One Metropolitan City, 4 Gaupalika, and 3 electoral sectors.
Tanahun District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Damauli as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,546 km2 (597 sq mi) and has a population (2011) of 323,288. Previously the town of Bandipur was its district headquarter. This district lies in the middlemost of the country Nepal. The postal code of Tanahun is 33900.
Syangja District is a part of Gandaki Pradesh, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Syangja bazaar (a small town) as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,164 km2 (449 sq mi) and had a population of 289,148. It lies in the hilly region at an altitude ranging from about 300 meters along the banks of Kaligandaki river up to a couple of thousands of meters above the sea level. It lies at about latitude 28°4'60 North and longitude 83°52'0 East.
Nawalpur (Nawalparasi east of Bardaghat Susta) is a district located in Gandaki Pradesh of Nepal. It is 1 out of 11 districts of Gandaki Pradesh. The headquarter of the district is Kawasoti. Formally Nawalpur District was part of Nawalparasi District, which split into two districts Nawalpur District and Parasi District after the state's reconstruction of administrative divisions as of 20 September 2015.
Parbat District is a hilly area of Nepal. It is a part of Gandaki Pradesh and one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Kusma as its district headquarters, covers an area of 494 km2 (191 sq mi) and has a population (2001) of 157,826. It is the fourth-smallest district of Nepal with 47 VDCs currently (before Kushma Municipality was formed, total VDCs remained 55.). It is mainly famous for the Gupteshwar Cave, which is visited by thousands of pilgrims during Shivaratri. Patheshwari Temple is the most famous temple of Kushma located at Katuwa Chaupari of Kushma-09. Patheshwori Mandir has many sub-temples inside like Ram Janaki Mandir, Bhagwati, Devi, Hanuman, and others. Alapeshwar cave is a famous cave in this district. It is also noted for the Daher Deurali Temple, which is visited by thousands of pilgrims during Balachaturdanshai. Kamadhenu Mandir is another famous temple of Parbat district which is located in Khurkot development committee. Recently the Modi hydro project of 10 M.W. has been constructed in this district. Parbat's biggest playground lies in Phalewas village named Majhi Chour and Indra Chour.