Hetauda Bazar

The name of the city, Hetauda is related with the Devil of “Mahabharata” times. In Mahabharata period, this city was known as Hedamb-nagar because a monster named Hidambasur used to live here.

According to the epic Mahabharata, the monster, Hidambasur had made a rule that at least a person should come to him to be sacrificed daily. Later on “Bhima” the son of “Pandu” came to this place during his exile in order to free the people from his grip. During this period he fell in love with Hedambasur’s sister, “Hedamba” and later on got married to her. As a result they gave a birth to a male baby, “Ghatotkach”, who became very strong and powerful soldier and killed many “Kauravas” in the battle of “Kurukshetra”. As the time passed the people started calling this place Hedamba and finally this name changed to Hetauda, which is now a famous industrial city of Nepal.


 President Message
आदरणिय अग्रजज्यू तथा सहयात्री लायन मित्रहरु, बिश्वब्यापीरुपमा फैलिएको लायनबादको हांगा समाउंदै समाजका असक्त, अनाथ र कमजोर नागरिकहरुको घाउमा मल्हम लगाउने सानो दुस्प्रयास स्वरुप २००९ मा लायनबादको संजालमा प्रवेश गरें मकवानपुर लायन्स क्लब मार्फत ।   
 Hetauda Bazar
 Nepal
Nepal is a kingdom in the Himalayas. It lies between two big countries, India & China. The total area of Nepal is 147881 sq. Km with an East to West length of about 800Km. and a North to South width of about 90-230Km. Nepal is located 26° 26' north - 30° 26' north latitude & 80° 03' east - 88° 15' west longitude.
 Makwanpur
This district covers an area of 2426 sq. Km. In the east, west, south and north part of the district, there are Bagmati River, Lother River, Churiya range and Chandragiri hill respectively.
 Hetauda Bazar
The name of the city, Hetauda is related with the Devil of “Mahabharata” times. In Mahabharata period, this city was known as Hedamb-nagar because a monster named Hidambasur used to live here.