This article paper related to recent studies that indicate an increase in deaths caused by natural hazards. This study analyzed data from 1971 to 2011 in Nepal, examining where and when these deaths occurred. Landslides and floods accounted for about 75% of these fatalities. The analysis found significant clustering of mortality at both district and village levels, especially in regions with dynamic geologic and geomorphic processes and significant human-environment interaction. Understanding these patterns can help policymakers and local authorities allocate resources more effectively to reduce mortality.