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* [[Bhairahawa]] - also known as Siddharthanagar
 
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* [[Bharatpur (Nepal)|Bharatpur]] - one of the fastest growing cities of Nepal, often called Narayangadh
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* [[Debichaur ]]
 
* [[Kapilvastu]] - a region of ancient Shakya kingdom that is considered a holy pilgrimage place for Buddhists, it's headquarters is the town of '''Taulihawa'''
 
* [[Kapilvastu]] - a region of ancient Shakya kingdom that is considered a holy pilgrimage place for Buddhists, it's headquarters is the town of '''Taulihawa'''
 
* [[Lumbini]] - birth place of Buddha
 
* [[Lumbini]] - birth place of Buddha

Revision as of 23:59, 2 January 2010

The Western Tarai consists of the western part of the Tarai Mountain Range in Nepal.

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  • Bhairahawa - also known as Siddharthanagar
  • Bharatpur - one of the fastest growing cities of Nepal, often called Narayangadh
  • Debichaur
  • Kapilvastu - a region of ancient Shakya kingdom that is considered a holy pilgrimage place for Buddhists, it's headquarters is the town of Taulihawa
  • Lumbini - birth place of Buddha
  • Nepalganj
  • Sauraha - the eastern gateway to Chitwan National Park and jungle safaris

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