Makawanpur district is located in Narayani zone of Central Development Region and it covers an area of 2418 square kilometer. Topographically, this district entails 27°10' to 27°40' latitude and 84° 41' to 85°31' longitudes. Makawanpur district is surrounded by the borders of Bara, Parsa and Rautahat districts to the South, Lalitpur, Kavre and Sindhuli to the East, Chitwan district to the West and Kathmandu and Dhading districts to the north. The climate of the district varies from valley plain to Mahabharat range. Makawanpur district has the subtropical to Alpine climate. So it will be very hot in the summer at plain area and very cold in the winter at mountainous area. The maximum temperature rises up to 34 degree Celsius and falls down as low as minus 1.6 degree Celsius. The rainfall is mainly due to the southern-eastern monsoon. The monsoon, generally starts from the mid of June and ends by the mid of October. More than 80% of the annual rainfall takes place between June to September. The average annual rainfall, generally, varies from 1971 mm to 2331.3 mm.