The Dodhara Chandani Bridge (Nepali: दोधारा चाँदनी पुल ), commonly known as Mahakali Bridge is a suspension bridge for pedestrians and at this point only about 1496.5 m long over Mahakali, Sharda River in the far west of Nepal.
One of the longest Multispan Pedestrian Bridge in Nepal is located in Kanchanpur district in Mahakali zone in the Far-Western Development Region, Nepal. It connects the Indian border between the village and the river lying (or the Village Development Committee-VDC) Dodhara in Kanchanpur District in the Mahakali Zone Management with the VDC Chandani on the other side of the river. Dodhara is cut off by the river Mahakali completely from the actual territory of Nepal, the bridge is the only connection Dodhara to the other areas of Nepal.
The bridge is located about 12 km south-west of Mahendranagar, Mahakali city, 8 km below the Mahakali Dam and 5.5 km south and below the Indian. South and downriver is the Indian border around 11.4 km away.
The Dodhara Chandani Bridge is a sequence of four suspension bridges with eight pylons, which are anchored to large anchor blocks on both banks as well as three common anchor blocks in the river bed. The lands between the 32,72 m high pylons have a wingspan of 225.40 m, the webs between the anchors and the pylons have a wingspan of almost 70 meters. The bridge segments are curved slightly upwards. The result is a series of arches of spans of 70 + 225.40 + 70 + 70 + 70 + 70 + 225.40 + 225.40 + 70 + 70 + 70 + 225.40 with a total length of 1452.96 m plus of approximately 20 m long anchor blocks on the banks.