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Ram Van Gaman Path
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Ram Van Gaman Path-Chhattisgarh

After Ayodhya, the work of Ram Van gaman Path-Chhattisgarh also started in Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh has a very close relationship with Lord Ram. Mata Kaushalya herself was the princess of Chhattisgarh, while Lord Ram also spent a lot of time in Chhattisgarh during his exile. Even today, on the basis of mythological, religious, and historical beliefs, …

Madku Dweep
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Madku Dweep on river Shivnath

Madku Dweep is a beautiful island near the quiet river Shivnath in Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur district. The name Madku is due to the fact that the island has the shape of a frog. The beauty of this island is to be enchanting. The picturesque Madku Dwep covers an area of ​​about 24 hectares and is full …

Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary
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Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary in Dantewada

Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary, Chhattisgarh is one of the important sanctuaries and appeals to vacationers who have an adventurous combo of mind. Location of Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary It is in the Dantewada district in the southern part of Chhattisgarh. Sanctuary is close to the state border with Andhra Pradesh. Spread over an area of 262 sq …

Khudiya Rani Cave
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Khudiya Rani Cave in Jashpur is full of mysteries

 Khudiya Rani Cave Jashpur Nagar Chhattisgarh. There are many natural and religious tourist places in the Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh that attract tourists and devotees, one of them is Khudiya Rani Temple. Van Vasni Devi Khudia Rani is enshrined in a cave in the midst of dense forests. The lush green dense forests around, the …

hindi-bhavan
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Hindi Bhavan of durg by the British

Hindi Bhavan was constructed in 1911 by the British and was named Edward Hall.  In the upper part of this building, the operation of the public reading room started from the year 1915. So, it was continuously operating till a few years ago.  After independence, this building was used for literary and cultural works, hence …