Lo-Ghekar Damodar Kunda Rural Municipality is situated at mid part of Mustangi district, Gandaki province. This Rural Municipality was established in 2073 B.S. This Rural Municipality is surrounded by Manang district from east, Dolpa district from west, Lo-manthang Rural Municipality and Chinese border from north and Muktichhetra Rural Municipality from south. This local unit is divided into 5 wards. Name of this Rural Municipality is kept from Hindu major destination Damodar lake. It is largest local unit of Mustang district. It lies in Upper-Mustang part.
Population of Le-Ghekar Damodar Kunda Rural Municipality is 1,423 as per the census 2011. Ward number three is most populated ward. Most of the land is covered by forest and farming, snow, butanes, grass area, mountain rocks and residence. Among people residing here, Thakali, Dalit and Gurung are major ethnic communities. Most of the people speak Thakali language followed by Nepali. Most of the people follow Buddhism religion followed by Hindu and Christianity. There are different tourism destinations. Agriculture, tourism and animal husbandry is major occupation. Kaligandaki corridor goes through this area.
Mr. Lopsang Chhompel Bista is Chairperson and Ms. Dhoka Gurung is Vice-chairperson of Lo-Ghekar Damodar Rural Municipality. Total number of local representatives is 27. Number of employees working under this local unit is 32.