Khalanga (also called Darchula) is a town and the district headquarters of the Darchula District. It is part of the Mahakali municipality in the Mahakali Zone of Far-western State, Nepal. The town is located near the Mahakali River which is on the border with Uttarakhand state, India. The town on the Indian side of the border also has the same name, but spelt Dharchula.
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Indian and Nepalese nationals can cross the border unrestricted. However there is a customs checkpoint for goods.
- Khalanga village boundary, OpenStreetMap
- Darchula district map, United Nations in Nepal, 4 March 2008
- Municipalities of Darchula District, United Nations in Nepal.[dead link]
- Api Nampa Conservation Area, onlinedarchula.eu.org
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