Solukhumbu district is one of the 14 districts of Provincial No. 1 of Eastern Nepal. As the name suggests, it includes suburban Solu and Khumbu. As head of the wages, covers an area of 3,312 km2, and its population was 107,686 in 2001 and 105,886 in 2011. This Everest lies in the north of the Sagarmatha National Park. Part of this district India's main ethnic clones and hill umbrellas are the main groups living in central hills, while Sherpas capture high mountains. It is known as the Solukumbu Trail.
Usually, the Solukhambu was part of the king's kingdom. May be part of magistrates. Before the integration of Nepal by the King of Gorkha, the area of Solukhambu district was part of Majit's Chorundi. 1773 AD The king of Gorkha attacked and adopted it in Nepal. Solukkhumbu district was established in 1962, which produces the old East No. 3 district. Prior to 1962, there was a district "East No. 3" in parts of Solukumbu, Okhaldunga and Khotang. Solu and Rawa Thames carve the former number 3 to make Solukkhu a district.