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    Longitude: 84°11’22’’ - 84°41’51’’ Latitude: 28°03’10’’- 28°30’36’’

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    Maximum: 33.2°c Minimum: 1.8°c

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    2,070.3 mm

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    Tropical, Sub-Tropical, Temperate & Sub-Alpine

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    Hotel, Lodge, Resort and Community Home Stay

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    Dance- Lakhe, Maruni, Ghatu, Kauda, Sorathi, Salejo, Kheli, Thado Bhaka,

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    Dumre - Besisahar 42 km, Dumre - Sundar Bajar 30 km

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    Health Service

    District Hospital, Primary Health Center, Health Post, Clinic

Bhujung village is one among the many settlements which are predominantly inhabited by the Gurung community and the one that also falls under the Gurung cultural heritage belt in Lamjung. The village has tea gardens, water mills, micro hydropower generation from its water resources (Midim Khola) and also ropeway for transportation. Lamjung peak appears up close and the Namuna mountain pass is close to the village

. Toche Danda serves as an observation point to see Mt. Lamjung, Pokhara, Sikles and Taanting village. Wild bee honey hunting is a phenomenal attraction in the area around Ghimje waterfall, Komdo waterfall and Fhanyu waterfall. There are many species of birds found in this area. There is a famous temple known as Ajomo Santaneswor Mahadev which is believed to grant children as the wishes for bare couple. There is a belief that conception will take place if one takes a stone from the temple and sleep with it overnight.

There is a practice of worshipping the Sildo Devi goddess, the guard gods and the Yumhapo god by local residents. Phajau, the traditional language of the Gurungs, continues to be used here. The simplicity of Bhujung is its dense cluster of houses, one ward (lowest administrative unit) covering the entire village, stone paved lanes, the production of its local rice breed and electricity production. A green belt connecting Bhujung and Ghale Gaun is currently under construction.