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Chaiturgarh that is protected by strong natural walls

Chaiturgarh (Lafagarh) is about 70 km from Korba city.  Basically, It is on top of a hill at  3060 m above sea level, 25 km north of Pali. King Prithvideva I build this.  So, It is one of the major historical tourist places of Chhattisgarh. It is also known as Kashmir of Chhattisgarh. This area …

Barsur Ganesha
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Barsur Ganesha the twin Ganesha temple

Barsur Ganesha is in the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh and is famous all over. Barsur is also known as the city of temples.  Well, a very famous temple is here. But the twin Ganesha temples of Barsur are probably unique worldwide.  Two Ganesha idols are in this temple.  The height of one is seven feet …

CGPSC Notes Chhattisgarh Different cultures of India

Major Dynasties of Chhattisgarh

Major Dynasties of Chhattisgarh Different dynasties success in establishing regional political power in Chhattisgarh. These dynasties are in different places in Chhattisgarh, but most of the areas are only up to the borders of the state, so they come under the category of regional dynasties. The Rajtulyukul dynasty has the distinction of being the first …

Paanch Prayag
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Paanch Prayag the five confluences of rivers

Paanch Prayag refers to the five confluences of rivers in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. These confluences hold immense religious and cultural significance for Hindus. The Paanch Prayag are as follows: Devprayag-Paanch Prayag Devprayag is the first and the most important Prayag among the five. Location It is at the confluence of the Alaknanda and …

ramjharna: Ram waterfall
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Ram waterfall Lord Rama once came during his exile

Ram Waterfall is About 18 kms from Raigarh district headquarters. There is Ram Jharna at a distance. This is a natural water spring that has great historical importance. Lord Rama once came here during his exile and took the water of this spring, hence the name Ram Jharna. It is about 18 Kms. from the …