Eastern Nepal or EasternNepal.com is a personal website to share and show forth the beauty, glory and splendour of Eastern Nepal and
dedicated to promote the region of Eastern Nepal both locally, nationally and internationally through this website.
There are three states namely: Mechi, Koshi and Sagarmatha with sixteen districts: Ilam, Jhapa, Panchthar, Taplejung, Bhojpur, Dhankuta, Morang, Sankhuwasabha, Sunsari, Terhathum, Khotang, Okhaldhunga, Saptari, Siraha, Solukhumbu and Udaypur within these three states of Eastern Nepal.
Eastern Nepal as in overall is one of the most advanced and urbanised regional development regions in Nepal in education, politics, production industries, business, modernization, roads, transport and services. The lowest point of Nepal: Kechana, Jhapa and the highest point of Nepal (world): Mt. Everest, Solukhumbhu both are in Eastern Nepal. The largest river of Nepal: Sapta Koshi and the longest bridge of Nepal: Kankai Bridge (703.2m: paved motor road not suspension walkway bridge) both in Eastern Nepal.
Eastern Nepal is also the home of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, the only place where arna (wild water buffalos) are found and also the home of fresh water dolphin Gangetic dolphin and hundreds of world's rare bird.
Eastern Nepal is filled with beauty, adventure and surprises. Eastern Nepal is a home for people of diverse cast and culture. Although people of diverse cast and culture lives in the region in harmony, it is well known as the land of Rais and Limbus.
Some of the well known towns in Eastern Nepal are: Dharan, Dhankuta, Hile, Bhedetar, Basantapur, Sidhuwa, Pakhribas, Tarahara, Itahari, Khanar, Duhabi, Biratnagar, Inaruwa, Terhathum, Tumlingtar, Khandbari, Chainpur, Raja Rani, Jhumka, Gacchia, Belbari, Haraicha, Birat Chowk, Khorsane, Bhaunne, Laximi Marga, Kanepokhari, Pathri, Urlabari, Damak, Kerkha, Dudhe, Letang, Birtamod, Mechinagar (Kakarbhitta), Bhadrapur, Chandraghadi, Ilam, Phidim, Taplejung, Phikal, Pashupathinagar, Antu, Rajbiraj, Okhaldhunga, Udaypur, Katari, Diktel, Haleshi, Dorpa, Nerpa, Kudung, Khokma, Dingla, Salleri, Mecha, Aiselukharka, Baksila, Kharmi, Khartamcha, Rumjetar and the list goes on.