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Indravati River Jagdalpur


Indravati River This river is a stream of the river Godavari. Its starting point is found to be the Ghats of Dandakaranya range, in the Kalahandi district of the state of Odisha, The River follows a westerly path and enters Jagadalpur in the state of Chhattisgarh. The river moves from…


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Chitradhara Jagdalpur


The Chitradhara Waterfalls is located just 19 km form Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh on the way to Chitrakoot Falls. It is one of the best sightseeing and weekend vacation destinations in the centrally located state of Chhattisgarh. The scenic beauty associated with this place ranks it amongst the most popular outdoor…


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Tamra Ghoomar Waterfalls Jagdalpur


Tamra Ghoomar Waterfalls Jagdalpur is located at around 45 km from Jagdalpur. It is very close to the Chitrakoot waterfall. This is a recently discovered waterfall with a height of more than 100 feet and is generally formed in the rainy season. There are green fields on either side of…


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Barsur Village Jagdalpur


Barsur Village Jagdalpur. 75 KMs from Jagdalpur on the way to Dantewada a small town Geedam is situated, 24 KMs towards North of Geedam village Barsur is located. The small sleepy village Barsur happened to be the thrown of power during the tenure of the Gangawanshi rulers in as early…


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Hanuman Statue Jagdalpur


  This is Jagdalpur's biggest Hanuman Statue located at Tekari Hanuman Temple, Jagdalpur. Hanuman Statue Jagdalpur.


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Chitrakot Waterfall


Chitrakot Waterfall Chhattisgarh. Chitrakot Waterfall is supposed to be the Niagara Falls of India. It is the broadest water fall in India. During Mansoon one can see its might. The River Indravati falls from a height of 29 m (96 ft) to form this waterfall. It is located 48 km…


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Danteshwari Temple


Danteshwari Temple Jagdalpur. It is an ancient temple built by the kings of Bastar for inhabiting there family Goddess, Devi Danteshwari. Devi Danteshwari is the Goddess of entire Bastar division, equally worshipped by Hindus as well as tribals. This temple is located beside Bastar palace and near to Gole Bazar.…


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Bastar Palace


Bastar Palace Jagdalpur is another historical remain that is seen in Jagdalpur. It was the head quarters of Bastar Kigdom. It was built by the rulers of Bastar State when the capital of Bastar kingdom had been shifted from Barsur to Jagdalpur. At present this is keeping as a monument…


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Anthropological Museum


Anthropological Museum in Jagdalpur. This Museum is located in the office of the Anthropological Survey of India situated at Dharampura. It provides a perfect window-view of the life-styles of various adivasi tribes in Bastar to a tourist hard-pressed for time.¬†Anthropological museum provides insight into the culture and lifestyles of Bastar…


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Lakes


The prominent river of Bastar district- Indravati, passes through Jagdalpur. There are two lakes namely Ganga Munda and Dalpat Sagar with in the boundary of Jagdalpur town. These lakes will be a great attraction for tourists coming to Bastar in the future. Dalpat Sagar Lake General Information about Jagdalpur Dalpat…


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Jagdalpur Handicrafts


Various kinds of exotic handicrafts made by the skilled hands of Bastar tribals are available in shops which are concentrated at Kumharapara, Jagdalpur. These include wooden crafts, bamboo crafts, terracota, bell metal items, wrought iron items and cotton fabrics( Kosa sari etc). Bastar , being a district full of forest,…


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Kailash and Kotumsar Caves


Kotamsar Caves Jagdalpur Kailash and Kotumsar Caves Jagdalpur are the caves which are about 2 km (1 mi) deep. They are situated at a distance of about 40 km (25 mi) from Jagdalpur. There is lack of oxygen when going deep into the cave. So, they have been restricted to…


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