Each of these zones is further divided into districts, of which there are a total of seventy-five, as shown on this Nepal District Map. Each district has a headquarters, and is governed by the chief district officer.
In terms of geography, Nepal is often classified into three main ecological zones: hills, mountains, and terai, or lowlands.
Nepal has a population of about 26 million, about 14 percent of which is located in urban areas. The majority of Nepal's population lives in the central mountain area.
Locations in the Map
Humla, Dharchula, Bajhang, Baitadi, Dadelhura, Kanchanpur, Kailali, Doti, Bajhang, Bajura, Achham, Mugu, Jumia, Kalikot, Dailekh, Surkhet, Bardia, Jjarjakot, Salvan, Banke, Rukum, Dolpa, Rolpa, Dang, Kapilbastu, Rupandehi, Nawalparasi, Tanahu, Lamjung, Manang, Mustang, Myagdi, Baglung, Pyuthan, Argakhachi, Gulmi, Syanga, Parpat, Kski, Gorkha, Chitwan, Dhadin, Parsa, Bara Rautahat, Makwaripu, Patan, Ktm, B, Nuwkot, Sindupal Chok, Palan, Sindhuli, Sarlahi, Mahottari, Siraha, Okhaldhunga, Ramechhap, Dolkha, Solukhumbu, Sankhuwasabha, Bhojpur, Khotang, Udayapur, Saptari, Sunsari, Morang, Jhapa, Ilam, Terathum, Taplejum.
Last Updated On : September 29, 2012
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