Introduction about Bhadswar
BHADSWAR is one of the 99 Villages Development Committee in Sarlahi District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. BHADSWAR is very close to Nepal-India boarder. It has a population of 5426 people living in 700 individual households. Area of the Village Development Committee is 6.35 square kilometres and density of the Village is 867.8.Bhadswar is known as well as Badi Bhadsawr.
Total population of the village has 5426 male 3420 and female 2006. Ratio of the VDC is 70% farmers, 10% business men and rest of the population is job holder.
BHADSWAR is 5 kms away from the head quarter. The neighbouring villages are SAKRAUL, SIMARA, KUTAWNA and Choti Bhadswar (India). The village is well known for Rice, Wheat and paddy crops.
Government health centre is also there which provides facilities like vaccination, maternal health care, primary treatment.
Former President and vice-president
- Shri Kisori Yadav . former president ofBhadswar, ward no – 7
Respective Personality and Social Worker
List of Professional
- Shree Shiwan Ray Yadav-Health post officer
- Shree Okil Shaseb- Lawer
- Government High School
Shree Ram Gulam Nemna Madvik Vidiyale,Bhadswar
- Private School
- Goodluck Secondary Boarding School. Principal- Mr. Dukha Mahto
- Thana Bazaar (Monday &Friday/Week)
Local Production and Industry
- 1 Milk diary
- Post Office
- Rice Mills
- 3 Saligram Matha
- Maharani Mandir
- 4 ponds
BHADSWAR is in monsoon type of climate. Like most parts of north-west Nepal it receives maximum rainfall by north-western monsoon.
Garden and Greene information
Posted by – Sunil Adhikari / SD team.