Situated towards the western part of Kathmandu district, Indrasarobar Rural Municipality was formed by combining four then VDCs, Markhu, Kulekhani, Sisneri and PhaKhel. The Rural municipality has total area of 97.34 square kilo meter and is divided five wards. Some part of Lalitpur District and most of Kathmandu District is connected with east of Indrasarobar Rural municipality. Similarly, this rural municipality is surrounded by Thaha Municipality from west, Bhimfedri Rural Municipality from south, Lalitpur District in the east and Kathmandu District from north. The geography of this Rural municipality includes steep hills as well as plain lands.
This Rural Municipality is has gained historic as well as religious beliefs and lies man made Indrasarobar lake, Bhaleshwar Mahadev, Gupteshwar Cave, Natyashwari Mahadev Temple, Dhaneshwar Dhanalaxmi Temple etc. There is a saying that the late king Birendra Bir Bikram Saha Dev has stated the name Indrasarobar upon his mother’s name. This area said to have the possibilities of Iron, Cupper and Kit deposits but the mines work is not yet in the sight and priority of government yet. Rural Municipality has total population of 13,809 (male 6,509 & female 7,300) as of Census of Nepal 2011. Indrasorabar Rural Municipality was turned into rural municipality when fulfilling the requirement of the new constitution of 2015. This Rural municipality has 3,054 households. Basically Brahaman, Chhetri, Lama, Kaami, Damai, Newar, etc resides in this Rural Municipality. And they celebrate festivals like Dashain, Tihar, Buddha Purnima. Lohsar, Krishnajanmastami, etc. Agriculture is the major source of occupation of this Rural Municipality.
The center of this newly formed rural municipality is situated in Kulekhani, Makawanpur. Mr. Jiwan Lama is the Chairman of this rural municipality and Mrs. Usha Kumari Lama is Vice-chairman.