Nepal gunj is also spelled as Nepalganj. It is a Sub-Metropolitan Municipality in Banke District, Nepal on the Terai plains near the southern border along with Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh state of India. It is 85 kilometers south-west of Ghorahi and 10 km south of Kohalpur and 35 kilometers east of Gularia.
The heart of the city is Dhamboji, where lies the center and perhaps the most important traffic junction of the town, referred to as Dhambojichowk. It is the main business hub with several banks, book shops, lodges, motor-parts and hardware dealers, and other general home appliance distributors.
The pilgrims have to travel through Surkhet Road that starts from Mahendra Chok in Kohalpur and terminates at the Nepal-India Border. The route runs through the middle of the city passing through Birendra Chok and two other important junctions- Pushpalal Chok and BP Chok. This route towards Mount Kailash is very important as it is creating a network of roads that cover the major portion of city’s industrial and residential areas.