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Chhattisgarh Tourism

Chhattisgarh is the 10th largest state in India. Chhattisgarh is source of electricity and steel for India. Raipur is the capital city of Chhattisgarh.

Chhattisgarh climate is hot and humid because of its proximity to the Tropic of Cancer and its dependence on the monsoons for rains.

A good time to visit Chhattisgarh is from November to January.

Tourist places in Chhattisgarh are:

Akuri Nala Amrit Dhara Waterfall Chitradhara Waterfalls
Chitrakote Falls Gadiya Mountain Gavar Ghat Waterfall
Jatmai-Ghatarani Waterfalls Kailash Caves Kotumsar Caves
Mandawa Waterfalls Ramdaha Waterfall Ramgarh and Sita Bengra
Singhanpur cave Tamra Ghoomar Waterfalls Tirathgarh Waterfalls

 

National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary in Chhattisgarh:

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary Gomarda Reserve Forest
Indravati National Park Kanger Valley National Park

 

Archaeological sites in Chhattisgarh:

Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar Barsoor Malhar (Saravpur)
Ratanpur Sirpur Surguja
Swastik Vihar Thinthini Patthar

 

Temples in Chhattisgarh:

Bambleshwari Temple Bhoramdeo temple Champaran
Chandrahasini Devi Temple Damudhara (Rishab Tirth) Danteshwari Temple (Dantewada)
Danteshwari Temple (Jagdalpur) Deorani-Jethani temple Laxman Temple
Maa Pitambara (Bagalamukhi) Temple Mahamaya Temple Rajivalochan temple
Shivarinarayan Laxminarayan Temple Uwasaggaharam Parshwa Teerth Vishnu temple

 

Bastar Palace is another historical place in Jagdalpur in Bastar district. Bastar Palace was built by the rulers of Bastar State.

Anthropological Museum in Jagdalpur was established in the year 1972. It provides a fascinating insight into the culture and lifestyles of Bastar tribes. The distance of museum is 4 km from the Jagdalpur city center in the office of the Anthropological Survey of India.