Itahari is a sub-metropolitan city of 7 municipalities positioned in the Sunsari District of Province No. 1 of Nepal. According to the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, Itahari has a place of 93.78 rectangular kilometres and the total populace of the municipality is 140517 people living in 33,794 man or woman households as of Census of Nepal 2011. The metrocity is divided into a complete of 20 wards.
The municipality turned into mounted in 1997, it became a metrocity in 2014 merging adjoining VDCs: Khanar, Ekamba, Pakali and Hansposa. Itahari is a quick-developing metropolis in jap Nepal. It is situated in a fertile undeniable. Located at the main transportation junction in japanese Nepal, the town is gaining importance as a site visitors hub. It is the centre of the east-west Mahendra Highway and north-south Koshi Highway and as a consequence is a metropolis of emerging importance.
Itahari is 30 kilometres at distance from Jogbani, India by using avenue which connects Itahari to Kolkata seaport via road and rail both way of transportation. Biratnagar Airport is the closest airport that is located at 23 km distance from Itahari. In the iciness season, the temperature of Itahari is 10–18 ℃, it will increase to 30–42 ℃ at some point of the summer time. About 2007 mm of precipitation falls annually. There is 4 mm of precipitation in December. In July, the precipitation reaches its top, with a median of 571 mm.