Waling is a small valley covered with hills fashioned on January 27, 1997 with the aid of merging of the then three VDCs namely Waling, Dhanubase and Pekhubaaghkhor. It is a town and municipality within the western hilly area of Nepal. It is within the Aadhikhola valley in Syangja District, Gandaki Zone of Nepal. Waling bazaar is at the peak of 800 meters from sea degree while the municipality's top extends from 731 to 1596 meters and extends from 28 stages range on the East to 83.45 stages longitude.
The municipality have electoral constituencies, 3 DDC ilaka and 14 municipal wards. The overall place of Waling municipality is 34.76 km2. According to the 2011 country wide census, the municipality populace is 51,243 with 1.7 percent populace increase charge. The literacy charge is 81.71%, however, the municipality have already been completely literate. Nepal Government has the easy town of Nepal for fiscal 12 months 2073. There are a number of memories approximately starting place of the word Waling.
One of them mentions it to be derived from the word wali - the monsoon folk songs sung by ladies in fields whilst planting paddy. Waling is well-known for its never-ending paddy fields at the plains alongside banks of Aandhikhola River and the undulating terraces in mountain slopes that are crisscrossed by using severa creeks. Many humans used to come back to watch those festive women agencies singing wali and planting paddy beautifully in unison inside the monsoon drizzle.