Chhattisgarh is a heavily forested state in central India known for its temples and waterfalls. Near the capital Raipur, the town of Sirpur on the Mahanadi River is home to the red-brick Lakshmana Temple, decorated with carvings from Indian mythology. In the south, the city of Jagdalpur hosts the Sanjay Market on Sundays, a bartering place for local tribes. The huge Chitrakoot Falls lie to the northwest.
Chitrakoot Falls

Chitrakoot Falls is a natural waterfall located to the west of Jagdalpur, in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh on the Indravati river. 
Bhoramdeo Temple

Bhoramdeo Temple is a complex of Hindu temples dedicated to the god Shiva in Bhoramdeo, in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It comprises a group of four temples of which the earliest is a brick-temple.
Kanger Ghati National Park

Kanger Ghati National Park is one of India's densest national parks and is known for its biodiversity, landscape, waterfalls, and subterranean geomorphologic limestone caves, and as the home of the Bastar hill myna, the state bird of Chhattisgarh. Located amidst the 34 km long scenic Kanger Valley, a biosphere reserve, it is one of the most picturesque national parks of India.
Maikal Hills

Maikal Hills are a range of hills in the state of Chhattisgarh India. The Maikal Hills are an eastern part of the Satpuras in Kawardha District of Chhattisgarh, overlooking the scenic town of Kawardha.
Laxman Temple

Lakshmana temple, also spelled Laxman temple, is a 7th-century brick temple, mostly damaged and ruined. The temple stands on a stone jagati platform with wide enough space for circumambulation. The temple itself is built of brick except for the carved frame around the grabha griya made of stone.
Surang Tila

Surang Tila is the largest temple complex in Sirpur, with a pillared terrace raised 30 feet above the group, stone steps connecting the terrace to the ruined mandapa platform remains below.
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary

This small wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 245 sq km in the Mahasamund district of Chhattisgarh is known for its lush green forest cover and a sizeable population of the common Leopard. It is the state’s second most popular wildlife sanctuary, established in 1976 under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972.
Khuriarani Cave

Khuriarani Cave, which is popularly known as Khuria Rani ki Gupha is one of the major historical places in Jashpur town. Four small hills are to be crossed along a zig-zag way which is full of rocks and stones and difficult to negotiate.
Malanjhkudum Falls

Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Kanker is composed of three falls that are 10 meters, 15 meters, and 9 meters in height. Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Chhattisgarh has been one of the most beautiful waterfalls since ancient times. The waterfall is a huge crowd puller and has been attracting tourists over a long period of time.
Ramdaha Waterfall

Ramdaha Waterfall is a natural waterfall in Koriya district on the river Banas, near Bhavarkhoh village, which is about 160 km from Baikunthpur.

Raipur was formerly a part of Madhya Pradesh, Raipur is currently a constituent as well as the capital city of Chattisgarh. Having being ruled over by a wide variety of kings and emperors, this place boasts of rich culture and heritage. Raipur is also agriculturally fertile and is commonly known as the Rice Bowl of Chattisgarh.

Sirpur is a small town, 84 km away from Raipur, Chattisgarh well known for its archaeological monuments. Situated on the bank of Mahanadi, it has a rich background of traditional cultural heritage and architecture. It was an important center of Buddhist from the 6th the 10th century A.D. and was visited by Hieun Tsang, the 7th-century Chinese pilgrim, and Scholar. The archaeological remains of Sirpur speak volumes of the rich legacy of the place, though most of the remains are considerably eroded now.

Bilaspur is a city in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It's divided by the winding Arpa River. The nearby villages of Ratanpur and Malhar are known for their ancient, intricately carved Hindu temples. To the north, Khutaghat Dam is framed by hills. Northwest of the city, Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary is a tiger reserve. It's bamboo and teak forests are also home to leopards, flying squirrels, and wild dogs.

Bastar, the heart of Chhattisgarh, is endowed with exceptional scenic beauty and takes pride in its unique and fascinating cultural heritage. Bastar is also a naturalist's paradise and an anthropologist's delight as the region is popular for its tribal population and the tribal culture of this place is also one of the major tourist attractions. Bastar plays host to some beautiful monuments, lakes, and waterfalls.

Jashpur in Chhattisgarh is perfect for a leisurely weekend getaway. The tribals and splendid waterfalls are the main attraction of the place. Located on the western part of the state, the whole topography is divided into Upper and Lower Ghat. The upper ghat is ideal for trekking and hiking with hilly terrain and a whole zone of reserve forests. The lower ghat on the other hand abounds in grasslands and cascading waterfalls. The tribal villages with their own norms, tradition, and lifestyle enchant tourists to no end. Their rhythmical dance is one of the major attractions of the place.

Koriya gives one an opportunity to unfold the mystery of living in an area that is untouched by the evil effects of commercialization and can experience the true essence of rural India through the tribal life of the place. A sense of remoteness and the vast land gives the tourist a thrilling opportunity to explore the serenity of life in its own way. Koriya is mainly populated by the local tribes comprising of the Kol, Bhuniyar, and the Gond. The tribal people who reside in Koriya are quite friendly and very hospitable.

Mahasamund is a beautiful city with brilliant sceneries everywhere you go. The city has a huge number of tribes living there and the different types of tribes living there are Kanwar, Kharai, Munda, Bahalia, Saur, Pardhi, Binjhwar, Saharia, Sanwara, Kharwar, Bhujia, Sonar, Dhanwar, Halba, and Kamar.

The ancient city of Dantewada is bounded on its north and northeast by the Bastar District, on the south and southwest by Khammam 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 in 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.

Kanker is a district that has mountains, waterfalls, and man-made structures such as temples. Kanker becomes all the more interesting due to the presence of the tribes of the Bastar region. The primitive ways of livelihood of the people belonging to these tribes is an interesting study of human behavior and his adaptabilities to the environment he stays in.

Kawardha is a picturesque little town that is set in the periphery of the Maikal Ranges. The region in and around the city of Kawardha is characterized by the tribal population, which is dominated by the Gond and the Baiga tribes.

Korba is an enchanting tribal town and homeland of the famous Korba tribes. The town is also famous for its rich mineral and forest wealth besides an amazing wildlife population.

Raigarh a city with a rich cultural heritage, lies on the eastern border of Chhattisgarh and is famous for its verdant forests, a cascading waterfall, beautiful parks, and temples. The tribals of Raigarh are adept at Dhokra Casting an art of producing metal-ware by the process of hot wax casting. Raigarh is also famous for its silk products including the Tassar Silk and Mulberry Silk. The city is a well-known center for Kathak dance and classical music.

Surguja is the headquarters of the Surguja District in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh and is famous for historical monuments, temple carvings, or simply the mind numbing beauty of nature. The Surguja district is located in the northern part of Chhattisgarh State. The Borders of the states of Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Orissa, and the Madhya Pradesh States are adjoining to the district.
Best Time To Visit Chhattisgarh

The best time to visit Chhattisgarh is from October to March. Chhattisgarh has a tropical climate due to which mercury literally rises to as high as 45°C in the months of mid-April to June end. In contrast to this, in the winter season, you can see mercury dipping down to below 10°C. Similarly, Monsoon arrives in Chhattisgarh in the mid-June and lasts till October. So in order to avoid rain and excessively hot, you should take up your travel to Chhattisgarh during the winter season.

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