Manigram, where Dreamland Gold Resort is located, has a brief pleasant history. Manigram literally refers to Shining Village. But before it shone into the current economically buzzing town, it was a huge forest.
A large area of land covered with murky forest was rewarded by late Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King of Nepal (11 June 1920 – 31 January 1972) to late sardar RAM MANI DIKSHIT, who used to work for the former, out of happiness in Manigram. After the arrival of the sardar (leader) to this place, he cleared the dark and menacing forest in association with other country people to establish this fecund and yielding flat colossal land into a shining and exuberant settlement and prolific farming zone.
The then huge forest now has been transmogrified into a pleasant settlement precipitating towards development at an incredible pace. The rapid growth of industries, road ways, and educational, communication and religious sectors has proved Manigram an immensely promising land in the immediate days to come.