About Jhapa and Birtamod
Jhapa is one of 14 districts of Province No. 1 of eastern Nepal. The latest official data, the 2011 Nepal Census, puts the total population of the district at 812,650. An inhabitant of Jhapa is known as Jhapali. The district headquarters is in Bhadrapur. Jhapa is the easternmost district of Nepal and lies in the fertile Terai plains. It is bound by Ilam in the north, Morang in the west, the Indian state of Bihar in the south and the Indian state of West Bengal to the southeast and east. Geographically, it covers an area of 1,606 km2 (620 sq mi). The main cities of jhapa district are Birtamod, Damak, Kakarvitta. It is a border district with India in the east and south.
Birtamod is a municipality in Jhapa District of Nepal. It is the commercial, educational and transport hub of Jhapa District. Sarnamati Bazar, Shivasatakshi Bazar, Kamatoli Bazar, Chakchaki Bazar and Surunga Bazar are some of the nearest local towns/settlements connected to Birtamod. Birtamod is the largest city of Jhapa.