Image Source: The Kathmandu Post
Bagmati, the third-largest province in Nepal, covers a total of 20,300 square kilometers, or around 13.79 percent of the country's total land area, making it the country's fifth-largest province. Province 3 is also the most populous of the seven provinces, with Hetauda serving as the provincial capital. Because of the large population, there is a wide range of cultures and languages. The total number of Hindu populations in the province is 3,969,04, whereas the total number of Buddhists is 1,287,432 and the total number of Christians is 158,864.