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Chhattisgarh Tourism

Apna Chhattisgarh, the 26th state of India


is famous for its tourism industry.
It is the 10th largest state in India.
Chitradhara Waterfall
Purkhoti Muktangan
Keskal Panchvati
Rani Dah Waterfall
Surang tila temple
Madhku Dweep
Ratanpur Fort

Chitradhara Waterfall
The waterfall is located at just 19 km form Jagdalpur in
Chhattisgarh at 19123N, 814159E on the way
to Chitrakoot Falls. The best sightseeing and weekend
vacation destinations are the favorite among all
the visitors. The scenic beauty of the bastar district
is the main attraction of the place. The waterfalls are
situated near a small village called Potanar.

The main source of Chitradhara Waterfalls is river


Indravati. The river passes in a zigzag
manner through dense forested lands,
through uneven rocky terrains and
finally moves down from the
top of the hills.

Purkhoti Muktangan
This museum is being developed by Government
of Chhattisgarh, Culture Department under
Ministry of Tourism at Naya Raipur, the
coordinates are 2181N 814528E.
The depiction of habitation, artifacts,
folk dances, food habits of the
tribal is presented here.

Medicinal and traditional plantation is being grown.


The open air art Museum cum Park Developed
by Tourism Ministry of Chhattisgarh gives
the whole description of the entire state
in one theme park.

Keskal Panchvati
Keskal Panchvati is 129 km from Jagdalpur at
2063N 813511E. There is a scenic spot
and offers a spectacular view of the valley below.
It is situated at nearly 2 km from keshkal bus stand.
Keshkal is a town in Bastar district. Keskal has
heavy bauxite deposits. Keskal is 168km from
Raipur.

Keshkal Ghat is a famous attraction which


is a scenic spot and offers a spectacular
view of the valley. Keshkal Panchvati is
very famous spot of tourism.

Rani Dah Waterfalls


Rani Dah Waterfalls Most Frequented Picnic Spot in
Jashpur. Rani Dah Waterfall an attractive waterfall
situated at 12 kilometres from Jashpur for nature
lovers located in Jashpur city of Chhattisgarh.
Rani Dah waterfall lures thousands of tourists
every year by the spell bound beauty
of covered forests around it.

Rani Dah Waterfall is one of the major


income sources of the eco tourism
department of Chhattisgarh. Rani Dah
Waterfall is situated in hilly terrain
in the midst of forest.

Surang Tila Temple


It is an ancient 7th Century Shiv Temple. The
location is 212047N 821054E. Surang Tila
temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and excavated
during 2006-07. The attractive feature of the
temple is its structure in pyramid style and is
built of white stones.

Madhku Dweep
A beautiful island situated at 215033N 815633E for
the lovers of serenity and peaceful surrounding lovers a far
off place from the citys population. In the leisure
time people can enjoy the beautiful
color splashes of the sunlight.

The visitors can enjoy the bright blue canopy


of the sky stretching beyond the horizon and
the breeze through the farmlands.

Ratanpur Fort
Situated at a distance of about 25 kms from Bilaspur,
Ratanpur enjoys a considerable importance from the
point of view of tourism. Ratanpur Fort in Bilaspur
is counted among one of the significant
places of tourist importance.

For more brief information you can


visit here:
http://apnachhattisgarh.in/

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