Ramnagar Mirchaiya

Ramnagar Mirchaiya

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Mirchaiya formerly known as Ramnagar Mirchaiya is a municipality in Siraha District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. The municipality was established on 18 May 2014 by merging the existing Rampur Birta, Malhaniyakhori, Radhopur, Ramnagar Mirchaiya, Phulbariya, Sitapur PraDa and Maheshpur Gamharia Village Development Committees. At the time of the 2017 municipality records, it had a population of approx. 52,000 people living in approx 8,496 individual households. This is one of the main business markets for Katari and the southern part of the Siraha district. Raw material produced here includes padday, miazem, and sugar cane. Frequently used Language of Mirchaiya is Maithali. However, People of this locality is well educated they can speak English, Nepali, Hindi and some other local language according to their ethnicity. The famous festival of Mirchaiya is Durgapuja, Jhanda Mela, Holi, Chhat puja, Shreepanchami, Dipawali. The mode of transportation mostly used include: bus, car, bike, bicycle, rickshaw, tempo, and mini bus.

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