The district, called Kirat Ramechhap, with Manthali as its district headquarters, covers a region of 1,546 km² and includes a population of 202,646 (2011) and a density of 137.4 per km ² . in keeping with LLRC Nepal, there are now eight local administrations within the district like as Manthali Municipality, Ramechhap Municipality, Umakunda Municipality, Khandadevi Municipality, Gokulganga Municipality, Doramba Municipality, Likhu Municipality, and Sunapati Municipality. The district has the highest population of the vulnerable native group the Kusunda and has the lowest growth rate in Nepal.
Places To Visit in Ramechhap:
Jatapokhari and Panch pokhari: Jatapokhari is located at the Chuchure V.D.C. of Ramechhap district, northeast of the Kathmandu valley, And panch pokhari is found about 1.5 hours walk distant north to the jatapokhari. Turning to the page of history, it’s believed that within the Satya yug once Lord Shiva was poisoned with the halahal poison (kalkut), to reduce the excessive pain he had a dip within the lake Jatapokhari. He used to have a bath to feel peace so it’s now also known as the peaceful land. Similarly, the holy lake Panch pokhari is taken as the proof of the Pandavas visit to the Ramechhap. This holy Lake Jatapokhari and panch pokhari are within the lap of Mt. Numburchuli.
This holy lake is embellished with unexceeded natural beauty, biological diversity, and cultural heritage. It lies within the arms of terribly stunning Himalayan range and pristine nature. it’s extremely popular for pilgrim’s journey destination for Hindus.
Thulo Sailung: Rise early to succeed in the summit of Thulo Sailung as the sun rises over the eastern Himalaya. At 3300m Thulo Sailung offers impressive views over Kalinchowk to the Annapurna, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Rowling, Mt. Everest, and Kanchanjanga ranges, to the South the Mahabharata hills roll over the Sun Koshi river and right down to the Terai below. Thulo Sailung is regarded by the Tamangs because of the abode of the territorial deity, Sailung Phoi Sibda Karpo, Sailung’s ‘White Male Lord of the Earth’.
Khandadevi: Khandadevi is located around a fascinating Hindu Temple complex encircled by ancient stone walls. The temple, dedicated to goddess Khada Devi, was discovered in 1458 AD by a shepherd who discovered milk oozing from a sacred stone, an emanation of the immortal Khandadevi. the site served additionally as a defensive structure throughout the Anglo-Nepal war. The setting is dominated by high hills of lush green Maharabharat vary with snowy peaks of Numburchuiliand Gaurishankar on the northern horizon and southern views over the flat terai below. Daily animal sacrifices, Panchabale, are still carried out these days.