Keshkal Valley, is on National Highway 30 in Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh state.

The road connecting Bastar to other parts of India passes through the valley of Keshkal.

This valley is famous for its winding roads.


Distance from Kanker to Keshkal Valley

  It is about 30 kilometers from the Kanker district of Chhattisgarh to Keshkal.


Entrance of Keshkal Valley

Keshkal Valley is called the entrance of Bastar.

12 Dangerous Turns of Keshkal Valley

On entering the Keshkal one has to pass through 12 dangerous turns, it is also known as Barah Bhanwar.


Life Line Road of Bastar 

Keshkal Valley is also known as the Life Line Road of Bastar.

Beautiful scenery on the way to Keshkal Valley

On starting Keshkal, beautiful hills and green dense forests, and tall tall tree plants fascinate the mind, this Keshkal Valley is famous for its beautiful winding roads and natural beauty.

The most beautiful and famous valley of Chhattisgarh is Keshkal Ghati.

Construction of road 

In 1910, the British built a road in this Keshkal valley.

Beautiful Paintings 

Beautiful paintings of tribal arts on the walls in front of the curved turn in Keshkal Valley look quite beautiful.

Be careful while traveling to Keshkal Valley


During rains 

In this Keshkal Ghati, during rains, a stone falls down and comes onto the road, due to which all the vehicles have to stop here, which the traveler has to face more difficulty.

Night time 

Crossing this Keshakal Ghati at night is quite a struggle. It is a big problem to climb the hill for the person in the other vehicle due to the light of big vehicles in this valley and crossing the curvy turns. It is also difficult to do.

Radium layer 

While climbing this Keshkal Ghati at night, it should be noted that a layer of radium has been placed around the winding bend and a dangerous ditch in the road, so that the driver does not face any problems while driving an accident. It can be played even if it is there.

Tallinn Mata Temple and Banjarin Mata Temple

Keshkal Ghati is also known as Tallinn Valley. The temple of Tallin Mata is located in the middle of this valley and Bhangaram Mai, which is the holy place of the goddess of justice, is located some distance away. Travelers passing through the valley stop at the Tallinn Sati Maa Temple to have a darshan of the mother and take a momentary rest and leave for their destination.

Temple of Telinsati Mata and Banjarin Mata is in Starting in the Keshkal Ghati, there is a ghat on the way. There is a temple located in the ghat known as Telinsati Mata and Banjarin Mata Temple, all vehicles coming here stop for some time. They stop at the Ghat and leave from here only after having the darshan of Mata.


Gobrahi Temple

This temple is situated at a distance of about 57 kilometers from Kondagaon in Keshkal region. The area is a ‘protected monument’ by the Archaeological Survey of India Raipur circle. The black stone Shiva Linga here may date back to the 7th century.

Waterfall in Keshkal Valley

Uparbedi Waterfall

Uparbedi Falls is in the Keshkal region of the Kondagaon district in Chhattisgarh.

About 68 km from Kondagaon is on a local drain in Uparbedi village.

Two steps are of the Uprabedi waterfall, out of which the first step is about 10 feet high, and the next step is the main step, which is about 40 feet high.

Mutte Khadaka Waterfall

It is in the Keshkal area in the Kondagaon district.

About 70 kilometers from Kondagaon, it is on a drain flowing from the outskirts of a village Madgaon.

The local drain here is also after falling from about 35 feet.

There are 2 steps to this waterfall.

The second step is at a distance of about 300-400 meters from the first step of 35 feet.

Lim Daraha Waterfall

Lim Darha Falls is also in the Keshkal region of the Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh.

It is on the Ama Nala near Bawanimari village, about 60 km from Kondagaon.

The height of this waterfall is 20-25 feet.

It is very beautiful.

This waterfall is on the Ama Nala and is perennial.

This fall falls into a pool.

Mirade Waterfall

There is a 50-60 feet high waterfall on the Mirde drain near Kuve-Mari village, ahead of Bavanimari village, about 60 km from Kondagaon.

Ama Daraha Waterfall

It is Ama Darha because of its location in Ama Nala.

Basically, It is near Lim Darha.

Its depth is about 10-15 feet.

 Kuvemari Falls

Kuvemari Falls is at a distance of 20 kilometers from the village of Butterly in the Tehsil Keshkal district of Kondagaon. It is on a rivulet. This waterfall looks very beautiful in the rainy season.

So,  It is about 30 kilometers from the Kanker district of Chhattisgarh to Keshkal.


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