Jajarkot is one amongst the district of Bheri Zone in Mid-western Region of Nepal whose headquarter is Khalanga. it has 26 VDCs and each VDC, in turn, has 9-Wards which are the smallest geographical units. This District covers an area of 2123.83(Sq.km) and has a population of 171,304 in 2011. A view of the district from the highest of Jajarkot Bajar reveals the mighty Bheri river that bounds the district winding its way around the base of a hill. Once a section of the Baise Rajya, Jajarkot is one among the few places that have a palace from that era that compares to the Malla palaces in Kathmandu. There also are 2 different smaller palaces well worth a visit. With mountains soaring to 5412 meters above sea level, Jajarkot is additionally ideal for Himalayan vistas, together with Mt. Sisne and Jaljala. Jajarkot is dotted with temples but the one that gets the foremost attention is the Shiva temple, situated in a cave 3-hours walk from Jajarkot bajar. A colony of bats awaits devotees within the ‘bat cave’. Jajarkot additionally shares the rich mid-western heritage of deuda and tappa dances. during this district, there are over a hundred rivers and open rivers with massive permanent rivers like Varyi, Pargadag, Nalsinghgad and permanent source of permanent water sources.