Brief Introduction

Bhimeshwor Municipality is situated at Dolakha district of Pradesh N0. 3, Nepal. The municipality has been named after the very ancient and sacred destination Dolakha Bhimeshwor Temple. The municipality was declared by Nepal Government on 27th of Falgun, 2073 B.S. combining 3 different previous VDCs (Suspa Chhemawati, Boch, Lakuridanda) and 1 Municipality (Bhimeshwor Municipality); The region is bordered by the Sun Kosi River on the west and the Khimti Khola River on the east. It is divided unequally by the River Tama Koshi, proportionately two thirds to the west of the river and one third to the east. To the north east lies the impressive Rolwaling Himal to the western edge of which are such peaks as Gauri Shanker and Melungtse. Gauri Shanker is synonymous with the god Shiva and his consort Parvati.