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Holy Place
Chatara Dham Kumbha Mela.jpg
Chataradham is located in Nepal
Location of Chataradham in Nepal
Coordinates: 26°51′0″N 87°10′0″E / 26.85000°N 87.16667°E / 26.85000; 87.16667Coordinates: 26°51′0″N 87°10′0″E / 26.85000°N 87.16667°E / 26.85000; 87.16667
Country    Nepal
Zone Koshi
District Sunsari
Elevation 150 m (490 ft)
 • Official Nepali
Time zone NST (UTC+05:45)
Postal Code 56703
Area code(s) 025

Chataradham (also called ancient Haridwar) is a Hindu holy site in Eastern Nepal on the banks of the Kosi River in the Sunsari district of Eastern Nepal, 16 kilometres (9mi) South west of Dharan.

In 2003 and 2014, it was the site of the Kumbh Mela (Festival of Religions). During the Kumba Mela, people came to Chataradham to bathe.



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