Dungeshowr rural municipality is situated in the southern part of the Dailekh district. VDCs such as Belpata, Lakuri, Abalparajul, and Dandaparajul, were combined in Dungeshowr rural municipality. The Rural municipality has total area of 105.19 square kilo meter and is divided into 6 wards. Gurans rural municipality, Bhagawatimai rural municipality lies in the east of Dungeshowr rural municipality. Similarly, this rural municipality is surrounded by Gurans rural municipality and Dullu municipality in the west, Bhagawatimai rural municipality and Narayan municipality in the north and Gurans rural municipality in the south. Dungeshowr rural municipality has the total population of the municipality is 15883 consisting male population 7553 and female population of 8330 according to the population  Census of Nepal 2011. There are 3044 households in Dungeshowr rural municipality.

Brahmin, Chhetri, Dalit, Janajati etc are major caste and ethnic groups residing in this rural municipality and celebrates Dashain, Tihar, Magheshakranti, Ramnawami, Baishakepurnima, Janaipurnima, Teej, Holi, Loshar etc. festivals in a friendly manner. Majority of peopleof this rural municipality are engaged in agriculture & livestock farming too. The atmosphere & climate of this rural municipality is healthy & good. Paddy, Wheat, Corn, Maize and various cash crops are the main agro product of this rural municipality. The historic & ancient Dungel Temple, Bhairab Temple, Narayan Temple etc lies in this rural municipality. Moreover considering the natural recourses there lies Parajuli Khola, Kuiya Taal, SletaKhani etc.

Mr. Nagendra Bahadur Malla and Mrs. Sita Gyawali are the chairman and vice chairman of the Dungeshowr rural municipality. The rural municipality office is situated in Dandaparajul, Dailekh.