Bhimeshwar, is a municipality in north-eastern Nepal and the headquarters of Dolakha District in Province No. 3 that was mounted in 1997 by using merging the previous Village improvement committees Charikot, Dolakha Town, Makaibari and Mati. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a populace of 32,486 people dwelling in 8,639 person households. The city is located at an altitude of 1554 metres. The call of the district Dolakha got here from Dolakha Town located north-east of the headquarters Charikot Bazaar. The vicinity is bordered by way of the Sun Kosi River on the west and the Khimti Khola River at the east.
It is divided unequally by using the River Tama Koshi, proportionately two-thirds to the west of the river and 1-0.33 to the east. To the north east lies the wonderful Rolwaling Himal to the western edge of that are such peaks as Gauri Shankar and Melungtse. Gauri Shankar is synonymous with the god Shiva and his consort Parvati. To the northwest the mountains slope lightly downwards in the direction of the historic bypass of Kuti that starts offevolved above the Tibetan town of Khasa and follows the waters of the Bhote Kosi from Tibet. The river flows beyond Kodari and Tatopani at the Nepalese side and gradually rushes down into an ever-widening flow of water that will become the Sun Kosi.