Suryabinayak City, located in Bhaktapur District of Bagmati Province, Nepal, holds significant historical importance. It is named after the ancient Suryabinayak Temple, a revered Hindu religious site dedicated to Lord Ganesh.


Suryabinayak City is situated in the Kathmandu Valley, surrounded by lush greenery and hills.


The city has a vibrant cultural scene, with people from diverse ethnic backgrounds celebrating various festivals and traditions with enthusiasm.


Agriculture is the primary economic activity in Suryabinayak City, with a focus on crops like rice, wheat, and vegetables.


The city has several schools and educational institutions providing quality education to its residents.


Suryabinayak City has small-scale industries, including pottery and handicrafts, contributing to the local economy.


Tourists visit Suryabinayak to explore the ancient Suryabinayak Temple and experience the serene natural beauty of the surrounding area.

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