Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh has always been the center of attraction for tourists by its captivating shade which is the tenth largest and 16th most populous state of India. Adivasi civilization and culture in Chhattisgarh still persists for which the tourists from abroad visit the country there are many places here that are important for tourism due to various reasons. Some of these are important for archaeological reasons some are famous for natural scenery and wildlife. Chhattisgarh is naturally in the lap of nature due to which Chhattisgarh is full of natural beauty. The green forests beautiful and picturesque waterfalls beautiful plateaus and winding rivers make the eyes dry. Most important is the tribal people living in Chhattisgarh which is a major tourist attraction.

Chhattisgarh State was formed on 1st November 2000 by dividing the sixteen south eastern regions of Madhya Pradesh. In ancient times this region was known as South Kaushal besides it has been the center of development of different cultures since Vedic and mythical times. Raipur is its capital and its boundaries are bound to Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Orissa Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.

Chhattisgarh is proud of its wildest natural beauty wild life monuments and tribal mixed traditional rich culture heritage. There is everything for the coastal tourism here. India's largest waterfall (Chitrakot waterfall of Bastar) South America is the second most dense forest after the Amazon three National Wild Parks and 13 Wildlife Sanctuaries.

Chhattisgarh was primarily known as South Kosala which is mentioned in the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Chhattisgarh Devi temple has 36 columns on which it has its current name.

Due to the state of the heart of the state it is full of many historical religious and natural sights. Here many religions have been created and their place of propaganda. From the point of view of tourism Chhattisgarh has been marked as a tourist spot of about 105 locations in the state.

Chitrakot Falls
(Chitrakot Waterfall) is a picturesque watercourse on the Indravati river 39 km away from the beautiful state of Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh. This waterfall is also called Niagara of India due to the similar face of your horse's cord. Millions of tourists come from all over the world to see this painting. Due to erosion in the rainy season the brown shade looks amazingly beautiful while in the summer the waterfall is clearly visible in crystal color. The panoramic view of the Chitrakot waterfall is spectacular and magnificent.

Indravati National Park
Indravati National Park is considered one of the popular and most important wildlife gardens of Chhattisgarh. In 1983 this park has been declared as Tiger Reserve and soon became one of India's most famous tiger reserves. The Sanctuary contains leopards Bengal tiger sloth bear wild dog four horned deer striped hyena and many extinct species of animals. 

Bhormadev temple
It is located in Kawardha town of Chhattisgarh Bhormadev Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Bhormadeva temple was built in the period from 7 to 11 century in the reign of Raja Ramchandra of the Nag Dynasty. There is a glimpse of the Khajuraho temple in Bhormadeo temple hence this temple is also called Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh. The idols of elephants horses Lord Ganesha and Natraj are carved in the Chandel style along with the attractive expressions of dance on Bhormadev Temple. Thousands of devotees and tourists gather in the Bhoremde Festival. Historically religious and archaeological importance is shared by the local artist through his talent. 

Kanker
Located in the southern region of Chhattisgarh Kanker district has many delightful tourist sites. Due to the attractions of Kanker Palace Waterfalls Jungle various types of timber mountain mountain and wood etc. tourists are rapidly emerging towards Kanker. Kanker's identity is the culture of beautiful tribal villages and wooden carved handicrafts and bamboo items. In the 12th century the Kanker Palace lived with the royal family. Parts of the castle have been transformed into a hotel. 

The Komsomara Cave
It is located in the Kangerghati National Park about 35 kilometers from the Komsomara cave headquarters. The longest cave in the world is 4500 meters long. These caves formed by the dissolving of limestone are famous due to the structures formed by limestone formation. Signs of the Stone Age civilization are also found here today. Kotsumar's cave is famous for its prehistoric remains wonderful natural structures and wonderful beauty. The kumtsumar cave is opened in November for tourists.