Dupcheshowr rural municipalitysituateseasternpart of the Nuwakot district.Dupcheshowr rural municipalitywas formed by combining then Ghyangphedi, Rautbesi, Samundratar, Betini, Gaukharka, Shikharbesi, and Balkumari VDCs. The Rural municipality has total area of 131.62square kilo meter and is divided into 7wards. Sindhupalchowk districtlies in the east of Dupcheshowr rural municipality. Similarly, this rural municipality is surrounded by Tadi rural municipality and Panchakanya rural municipalityin the west,Langtang National Parkin the north and Shivapura rural municipalityin the south. The geography of this Rural municipality includes steeply hills mountains, and cold weather. Total population of the municipality is 22106consisting male population 11145and female population of 10961as of Census of Nepal 2011. There are 4451households in Dupcheshowr rural municipality.
The name is taken from the name of famous Dupcheswor Mahadev Temple situated within this rural municipalityDupcheswor Mahadev Temple, Kusungsang, Golfutar Bhanjyang, Murthala Bhanjyang, Sagar Kunda, Surya Kunda, Petaru dhunga, Thamdanda, Pokhari Baghmara, Mala danda, Rukmuni temple, Manche danda are tourist favored destination of this rural municipality. Tamang, Ghale, Brahamin. Kshetri, Sherpa, Newar, etc. are the major ethnic group of this rural municipality. Agriculture and tourism are the major source of income of this rural municipality. People do agriculture and livestock farming as their major economic activities. Hindu, Budhhist, Cristian are major religions of this rural municipality.
Mr. Yogendra Singh Tamang and Mrs. Anju Acharyaare the chairman and vice chairman of the Dupcheshowr rural municipality. The rural municipality office is situated in Dupcheshowr, Nuwakot.