Pipara Rural Municipality is situated at south-west part of Mahottari district, Province two. This Rural Municipality was established at 2073 B.S. by combining then Pipara, Sahodawa, Banauli Danauti, Ratouli and Ekrahiya Village Development Committees. This local unit is surrounded by Dhanusa district from west, Loharpatti Municipality from north, Matihani Municipality from south and Ekdanra Rural Municipality from east. This local unit is divided into seven wards. This local unit is 8 kilometer west to Janakpur city.
As per the census 2011, total population of Pipara Rural Municipality is 35,524 which cover 6,490 households. Population of female is 17,799 and male is 17,725. Ward number one is most populated ward. Maithali is major language spoken which constitute 93.27% of population. Most of the people follow Hindu religion followed by Muslim. Boudhimai temple and Bidhyapati Diha are historical and religious places of this local unit. This local unit covers total area of 39.98 kilometer square area.
Chairperson of Pipara Rural Municipality is Mr. Bikram Chaudhary and Ms. Nanu Kumari Das is Vice-chairperson. Pipara village is center of this local unit. Total number of employees working under this local unit is 15.