Karnali Pradesh is one of the seven federal provinces of Nepal formed by the new constitution which was adopted on 20 September 2015. The total area of the province is 27,984 square kilometers (10,805 sq mi), making it the largest province in Nepal. According to the 2011 Nepal census, the population of the province was 1,570,418, making it the least populous province in Nepal. It borders the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north, Gandaki Pradesh to the east, Sudurpashchim Pradesh to the west, and Province No. 5 to the south. Birendranagar with a population of 47,914 is both the province's capital and largest city.
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Salyan District is a part of Karnali province, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. Salyan covers an area of 1,462 km2 (564 sq mi) with a population of 213,500 in 2001 and 241,716 in 2011. The district's administrative center is named Salyan or Salyan Khalanga, today it is part of Shaarada Municipality.
Mugu District is a part of Karnali province, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Gamgadhi as its district headquarters, covers an area of 3,535 km2 (1,365 sq mi) and had a population (2011) of 55,286. Mugu is known for being both the most remote district in Nepal, as well as the least developed.
Jumla District is one of the ten directly constituent districts of the Karnali province of Nepal. This district has Jumla as its headquarters, an area of 2,531 square kilometers (977 sq mi); it had populations of 89,427 and 108,921, respectively, in the national censuses of 2001 and 2011. Its territory lies between longitudes 81⁰ 28' and 82⁰ 18' East and between latitudes 28⁰ 58' and 29⁰ 30' North.
Kalikot District is a part of Karnali province is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Manma as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,741 km2 (672 sq mi), had a population of 105,580 in 2001 and 136,948 in 2011. In September 2005, in a bid to encourage a change in social attitudes, the government announced that it would provide rice to any family that had recently had a girl born.
Humla District is a part of Karnali Pradesh, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Simikot as its district headquarters, covers an area of 5,655 km2 (2,183 sq mi) and has population of 50,858 as per the census of 2011. The Northern part of Humla District is inhabited by Khas people, originating from Sinjar valley, whereas the North border is mostly inhabited by Tibetans.
Surkhet District is the province capital of Karnali province. Surkhet is one of the ten districts of Karnali located about 600 kilometers (373 mi) west of the national capital Kathmandu. The district's area is 2,488.64 square kilometers (960.87 sq mi)which are the longest in Nepal. It had 288,527 population in 2001 and 350,804 in 2011 which male comprised 169,461 and female 181,381. It is the district headquarters of surkhet and commercial hub of the Karnali state of the new federal republic.
Western Rukum is a part of Karnali province, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. Musik is the headquarter of the district. Formally Western Rukum District was part of the Rukum District, which divided into two districts Western Rukum and Eastern Rukum after the state's reconstruction of administrative divisions as of 20 September 2015. The total area of Western Rukum District is 1,213.49 square kilometers (468.53 sq mi) and total population of this district as of the 2011 Nepal census is 154,272 individuals.