Bhumlu rural municipalitysituatesnorthernpart of the Kavreplanchowk district.Bhumlu rural municipalitywas formed by combining then Sapinga, Simthali, Bekhasimle Ghartigaun, Chaubasa, Salle Bhumlu, Kolati Bhumlu, Phalate, Bhumlutar, Dolalghat and Jyamdi Mandan (5,7-9) VDCs. The Rural municipality has total area of 91square kilo meter and is divided into 10wards. Chaurideurali rural municipalitylies in the east of Bhumlu rural municipality. Similarly, this rural municipality is surrounded by Pachkhal municipalityin the west,Sindhupalchowk districtin the north and Chaurideurali ruralmunicipality and Pachkhal municipalityin the south. The geography of this Rural municipality includes steeply hills mountains, and cold weather. Bhumlu rural municipality has the total population of 18916 consisting male population 8816and female population of 10100as of Census of Nepal 2011. There are 4513households in Bhumlu rural municipality.
Most of the people of this rural municipality are Buddhist followed by Hindu and Christian. Major ethnic group areBrahamin, Chhetri,Dasnami, Tamang, Pahari, Newar, Dalit and marginalized group Majhi. People do agriculture, livestock farming, foreign employment tourism, and trade as the major source of income. Lohasar, Buddha Jayanti, Loahsar, Dashain, Tihar, etc are the major festival of this rural municipality.Bhimsenstan, Ganes temple, Dulaleshor Mahadev temple etc are major tourist destination of this rural municipality.
Mr. Gumandhowj Kunwar and Mr. Rupak Adhikariare the chairman and vice chairman of the Bhumlu rural municipality. The rural municipality office is situated in Salle Bhumlu, Kavreplanchowk.