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RATANPUR (Bilaspur)

 The old capital of the Chhattisgarh state - Ratanpur, is situated approximately 25 km away from Bilaspur hqrs. on Katghora Road . According to the local people , it had an important place in all four Yugas. As per its tourism importance, there is an old fort which is till date in good condition. There is good attractive old sculpture on the stone over the frame of Ganesha gate. On the frame of this gate Idols of River Ganga-Jamuna can be seen. On entrance are glimpses of the Tandav Dance of Lord Shivji and statue of Brahma and Vishnu. More Tourism...

Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary (Raigarh)

It is one of the welthiest areas as far as the biodiversity is concerned . It is the natural habitat of a number of rare species and is one of the exotic places. There are a lot of wildlife sanctuaries in Chattisgarh among which mention can be made of the Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattisgarh. Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary in Chattisgarh in India located in the Raigarh district. It is situated near Sarangarh. There are a lot of hilly terrains in the region. Spread over 275 sq km it is one of the ideal destination for the adventure seekers. Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattisgarh has different varities of wild animals. Some of the common species that are spotted are different types of dears. Some of them are the spotted dear and Chinkara . Tourists visit the place to see wild buffalos who move in flocks and make for a pretty sight. If you are lucky then you can also get a glimse of the Hill Myna. Tigers are Leopards are also sighted here however they are rarely visible More Tourism...

Achanakmar Tiger Reserve (Mungeli)

Situated a mere 60 km. from Bilaspur, the scenic 914 sq. km. Achanakmar Tiger Reserve in Chattisgarh is a tropical moist deciduous and tropical dry deciduous forest. The reserve is also a part of the much larger Achanakmar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve. Sal, bija, saja, haldu, teak, tinsa, dhawara, lendia, khamar and bamboo thrive here along with over 600 species of medicinal plants. The meandering Maniyari river that flows right through the heart of the reserve is its lifeline. Wild fauna found here includes the tiger, leopard, bison, flying squirrel, Indian giant squirrel, chinkara, wild dog, hyena, sambar, chital and over 150 species of birds. Even a short trek through this park easily reveals its extraordinary beauty and biodiversity

Vishnu Mandir (Janjgir-Champa)

 DISTRICT HEAD QUARTER The Vishnu Mandir were built by kings of Hayhay Vansh, near Bhima Talab of purani basti of Janjgir in 12 Century. It was being constructed in two parts to make a full temple, but both the parts were not assembled in time and as a result of it, both the parts of the temple are laying on the ground separately and still the temple is uncompleted. Due to this, the temple is also called as Nakata Mandir by local people. On the walls of the temple the statue of God and Goddess, Gandharava and Kinners are making it worth watching for the tourists. More Tourism...