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Hotel Khabtad Everest, Silgadi, DotiDipayal Silgadhi is a town and municipality and district headquarters of Doti District in the Seti Zone of western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 12,360 people living in 2330 individual households. Doti was a medieval kingdom of Nepal founded by Niranjan Malla Deo, the younger brother of Abhay Pal of Askot. Rulers of Doti were called 'Raika'. Previously the area between Ramganga on the west and ... more

Dipayal Silgadhi, Doti Nepal

Hotels & Guest House in Dipayal, Doti, NepalDipayal Silgadhi is a town and municipality and district headquarters of Doti District in the Seti Zone of western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 12,360 people living in 2330 individual households.

Doti was a medieval kingdom of Nepal founded by Niranjan Malla Deo, the younger brother of Abhay Pal of Askot. Rulers of Doti were called 'Raika'. Previously the area between Ramganga on the west and Karnali river on the east was under Raikas. History Doti was a ancient kingdom of Uttarakhand of India and far western region of Nepal which was formed after disintegration of Katyuri kingdom of Uttarakhand and far western region of Nepal during 13th century. Doti was one of eight different princely states formed after the Katury kingdom broken and They all are Katyuri Dynasty;

Hotels & Guest House in Dipayal, Doti, NepalDotiyali or Dotyali is the local language spoken in Doti region or far western region of Nepal which is similar to Kumauni language. According to Rahul Sankrityayan Dotiyali is the dialect of Kumauni language which was brought in Doti by section of Katyuri dynasty of Kumaun which had ruled over Doti till 1790. Doti kingdom was formed after the Katyuri kingdom had broken down in to eight different princely states of different section of Katyuri. But in Nepal it is considered as Nepali Dialect though Local intellectuals and people speaking Dotiyali language are increasingly demanding that their language be recognised as one of the other national languages of Nepal.

Doti was a medieval kingdom of Nepal founded by Niranjan Malla Deo, the younger brother of Abhay Pal of Askot. Rulers of Doti were called 'Raika'. Previously the area between Ramganga on the west and Karnali river on the east was under Raikas. History Doti was a ancient kingdom of Uttarakhand of India and far western region of Nepal which was formed after disintegration of Katyuri kingdom of Uttarakhand and far western region of Nepal during 13th century. Doti was one of eight different princely states formed after the Katury kingdom broken and They all are Katyuri Dynasty;

The Kingdom had broken down because of the invasion of Khas Kings Ashoka Challa and Krachalla from Karnali Zone (Dullu) of Nepal in 1191 and 1223 respectively'. Later on, the whole land between Ramganga on the west (Uttarakhand) and the Karnali on the east (which divides far western region to other part Nepal) came under Raikas after the origin of Raikas of Katyuris dynasty in Doti. "Brahma Dev Mandi" at Kanchanpur District of Mahakali Zone was established by Katyuri King Brahma Dev. Raikas of Doti (The Royals of Doti is written one as Raikas of Doti and (second is) Rahul Sankrityan has written in his Book Kumaon The Rainka of Doti)

Niranjan Malla Dev was the founder of Doti Kingdom around 13th century after a fall of Katyuris Kingdom. He was the son of Last Katyuris Dynasty of united Katyuris kingdom. Kings of Doti were known as Raikas (also known as Rainka Maharaj). Later on Raikas, after overthrow Khas Malla of Karnali Zone, were able to form a strong Raikas Kingdom in Far Western Region and Kumaun which was called Doti. Doti became a very powerful kingdom over a period of time. So far, the historical evidence of following Raikas have been discovered;

Budget accommodation in Nepal usually do not have sheets, blankets, towels, or anything else besides a bed and a door. Most budget hotels and guesthouses have a wide range of rooms, so be sure to see what you are getting, even if you have stayed there before. Accommodations will often be the cheapest part of your budget in Nepal.

Village Development Committees VDC's of Doti District:

Banalekh Banjha Kakani Barchhen Basu Devi Bhawardanda Bhdhegau Bhumiraj mandau
Chamara Chautara Chhapali Chhatiwan Dahakalika sthan Daud Dhanglagau Dhirka mandau
Dipayal Silgadhi Durga Mandau Gadasera Gaguda Gaihra Gaon Ganjari Ghante shwor
Giri chauka Jijodamandau Kada mandau Kalena Kalikasthan Kana chaur Kapalleki
Kedar Akhada Khatiwada Khir Sain Lada Gada Lami khal Lana Kedareswor Lata Mandau
Laxmi Nagar Mahadevsthan Mannakapadi Mudabhara Mudhe gaon Nirauli Pachanali
Pokhari Rana Gaon Sana Gaon Saraswotinagar Satphari Seem chaur Tijali
Tikha Tikhatar Toleni Wagalek Warpata 1 1
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