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Butwal (Nepali: बुटवल) officially Butwal Sub-Metropolitan is one of the twin cities of rapidly growing Butwal-Bhairahawa urban agglomeration in Nepal. The area was a loose settlement which acted as a trading post between the hilly districts of Lumbini zone and the Indian plains.
Thus, historically Butwal connected Nepali people with their Indian neighbors. As the British East India Company annexed Awadh from its hereditary rulers while the Shah Dynasty attempted to annex the Terai, Butwal became one of bones of contention leading to the Gurkha War 1814–16.

When King Tribhuvan fled to India in 1950 during the revolt against the Rana dynasty he travelled through Butwal. Then it was little more than a village on the western bank of Tilottama River (also known as Tinau). Butwal is a relatively newly urbanized area, emerging and growing rapidly only since 1960. With the completion of Siddhartha Highway (H10) in 1968, starting from the border at Sunauli through Butwal to Pokhara and then in the 1990s Mahendra Highway(H01) across the full east–west expanse of Nepal’s Terai. Butwal has made tremendous progress in the country.

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