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Lions Clubs International District 325 B1 Nepal's territory is inside RED color which covers 16 Districts of Nepal....

  • Multiple District :                     325
  • Our District :                           325 B1 Nepal
  • Total Lion Members in Nepal :  24,000+
  • Total Lion members in 325 B1 : 8000+
  • Total Clubs in Nepal :               800
  • Total Clubs in 325 B1 : 285
  • Total MJF in Nepal : 700
  • Total MJF in 325 B1 : 300
  • Multiple Council Chairperson: Lion......
  • District Governors in 4 Districts
  • District 325 A1 : Lion Kumar Raj Subedi, MJF
  • District 325 A2 : Lion Krishna Prasad Awal
  • District 325 B1 : Lion Bal Krishna Burlakoti, MJF
  • District 325 A2 : Lion Ghanshyam Bhattarai, MJF

Nepal is a landlocked nation located in South Asia between India and  the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. The capital of Nepal is Kathmandu, which is also the largest metropolitan area, with about 5 million inhabitants.

About Nepal

Nepal is divided into five development regions and fourteen zones. The development regions are Eastern Region (Purwanchal), Central Region (Madhyamanchal), Western Region (Pashchimanchal), Mid-Western Region (Madhya Pashchimanchal), and Far-Western Region (Sudur Pashchimanchal). The fourteen zones of Nepal are Bagmati, Bheri, Dhawalagiri, Gandaki, Janakpur, Karnali, Koshi, Lumbini, Mahakali, Mechi, Narayani, Rapti, Sagarmatha, and Seti.

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. 

Lions Club History in Nepal
Former Prime Minister Lion Matrika Prasad Koirala established 1st Lions Club in Nepal by the name of Lions Club of Biratnara in 1971.

Abour District 325 B1 Nepal

In Nepal there are 4 Multiple Districts and our District establised in 2012, Lion Deepak Shrestha MJF is our 1st District Governor.

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