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Brief Introduction

In historical times, the area was covered with dense forests. Even today the highway is covered by the forest area. According to the old ancestors, because of the abundance of trees in the jungle area at that time, the name of the area has been changed to "Belbari" over time. That is to say, the name of the region was called Belbari because it was a bali. But at present, the forest of the vine is only normal in this region. Although the Government of Nepal formed the former Belbari and Kasani Village Development Committees in the year 1, after the restructuring of the state again, the present structure was formed by joining the former Dangihat and Bahuni Village Development Committee in this municipality. The municipality is currently divided into 6 elders. Total 8.5 sq km Latad on the north side of the town, spread over an area. Municipality and Kerawari Municipality are Kanepokhari Municipality on the east, and Letang Municipality on the west, Sundararaicha Municipality and Gramthan Municipality on the south and Rangeli Municipality on the south.

After Vijayanarayan's capture of Palpali Senaraja Lohangsen in Vijayapur, including Belwari in Morang, this area fell under Palpali Senas. Since the Palpali Sen state was divided, Lohangsen from Makawanpur, east of the Narayani River, had joined the Bhagavan. Similarly, after Hariharsen's grandson Vidhata Indrasen made Vijaypur a separate state from Makwanpur, the place including Belbari became an integral part of Bijayapur. Prior to the Senaak period, a dynasty called Dhanpala ruled in the Kasini of Belbari. The remains of his capital and palace are still in Kasini. It has been preserved by the locals, known as Dhanpalgadhi. Eventually, Dhanpalgarh collapsed and Dhanpal's kingdom was merged into Vijayapur. Vijayapur also appears to have been subject to the Sena from the local coffin. In this order After Vijayapur merged with Greater Nepal in 5 years, Balwari also reached Greater Nepal. Then Belbari came to be a part of the Veg Morang.

Vs. With the total population of 2 being 8 thousand 5 hundred, the present VS. The estimated total of 4 has reached 1,939. The town has an annual population growth rate of 6.7 percent. The percentage of women in the city is 6.8 percent and men 5.7 percent. Its Dhanpalgadhi, natural and environmentally attractive places of Betan Simasar region, Jhalajali Simsar, petrol mines, Rimitinda and other samsara areas have enormous potential which will contribute to the promotion of tourism.