A fascinating city with its roots in the Mahabharata and ancientChinesemanuscripts, the fort in Chhattisgarh is one of the important religious and tourist places of India. Due to the greenery of the hills on one side and the dense forest on the other, which attracts tourists to this steel city of India, the fort has a lot of scope to explore, with many temples and pilgrimage sites, the fort with its vast green plains and mountains is also trackers. And attracts bird watchers equally. Along with temples and pilgrimage sites, the fort with its vast green plains and mountains also attracts trekkers and bird watchers alike. A cultural center attracts pilgrims for their festivities during the Navratri season.
Although the cultural center is a popular picnic for the pilgrims during the Navratri season, an ancient but majesticmonumentwith exquisite sculptures and architecture, the Shyorinarayan Temple, popular for the people that Nagapura for its creatively decorated Jain temples Spend a carefree day in the beautiful environment of Sthan Tandula. Durg is the third largest city of Chhattisgarh after Raipur and Bilaspur. The fort was given importance due to the large steel plant in Bhilai. This fort is an agricultural market and contains rice, other industries are Brance and Bell Metal Casting / Working Oil Pressing, Mining and Weaving.
Durg culture has its own dance style, cuisine and music. Teejan Bai is a folk artist known worldwide for her unique style of singing Mahabharata. Which is called Fandwani. Raut Nacha dance style originated. It lies on the main railway line of the South East Central Railway Nagpur Division. The National Highway No. 6 (NH6) passes through the fort on the Mumbai-Nagpur Kolkata Highway (290 km from Nagpur).
Why Go To Durg
Many temples, pilgrimage centres, huge green plains, fortresses with hills, mandiro, pilgrimage centres, their vast green plains, fortresses with mountains, also trekkers, famous for bird watchers|