The ancient city of Dantewada is bounded on its north and northeast by the Bastar District, on the south and southwest by Khamman District, on the east by the Malkangiri district and on the west by Irawati river Ruled by various kingdoms of Nagas, Satwahanas, Chalukyas, and Nalas at different points of time, Dantewada derives its name from the name of goddess Danteswari. Various evidence shows influences of Jainism and Buddhism during the 3rd century A.D. Dantewada's wildlife is worth catching a glimpse of as it is home to the Pahadi Maina and the wild buffalo, apart from the usual tigers, leopard, deer, and bison.
Mama Bhanja Temple

The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is built on a molded base. The building of the temple is attributed to the two family members of the Naga dynasty.
Battisa Temple

The temple faces the east and houses the sacred Shivlingams of its deity Lord Shiva in its two ‘Garbh Grihas’ sanctum sanctorum.
Dholkal Ganesh Temple

Chhattisgarh archaeology and culture department claims to have done a survey, on a unique discovery of 1000-year-old Ganesha idol, located on the zenith of Dholkal mountain in the interiors of Maoist hotbed south Bastar.
Jai Maa Danteshwari Temple

Danteshwari Temple is a temple dedicated to Goddess Danteshwari and is one of the 52 Shakti Peethas, shrines of Shakti, the divine feminine, spread across India. The temple built in the 14th century.
Memory Pillars

As part of commemoration and remembrance of their predecessors, ancestors, and forefathers, the tribes in the small village of Gamawada, which is on the way to Bacheli, had built pillars out of stone, much in the lines of the Stonehenge.
Bodhghat Sath Dhar

Bodhghat Sath Dhar falls is an exceptionally wonderful waterfall that is situated in the Dantewada locale in Chhattisgarh.
Best Time To Visit Dantewada

The best months to visit Dantewada are from October to February.

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