Jagannath Temple, Raipur

This jagannath temple is located at Avanti Vihar, Gayatri Nagar. If you could not visit puri jagannath temple puri (Odisa) you can visit this jagannath temple. Here you may feel same which you could have in puri jagannath temple. This jagannath temple is actual symbol of puri jagannath temple (Odisa).

Kevalya Dham, Raipur

Kevalya dham is located as kumhari township , this dham is also known as Jain temple, here not only jainies any person who belongs from any religion can come here and can get peace and calm . It is 20 km away from raipur city.

Purkhauti Muktangan, Raipur

Purkhauti Muktangan is located at naya raipur this is a open air art Museum cum Park Developed by Tourism Ministry of Chhattisgarh.Here any one get entire culture of chhattisgarh this is 20 km away from raipur city.

Energy Park, Raipur

Energy Park is situated in the heart of the city at the VIP Road. The park has been named after the Late Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The gardens have been crafted exquisite landscaping and boating facility is available at the park. Science lovers over the city visit this park as it has a science center, which displays the use of different forms of energy. The Urja park is an ideal place to spend a day out with the family and enjoy the delicious food served at the café.

MM Fun City, Raipur


Jungle Safari, Raipur

Jungle Safari,Naya Raipur will become an important focus for Chhattisgarh and their interest in living in a world where people of all ages are not only delighted by the diversity of the living world that surrounds us, but are committed to protecting the integrity of its “wild life” and “wild places”..

Rajiv-Lochan Temple, Rajim

The temple structure is supported by twelve towered columns embroidered with stone carvings, which bear the faces of the various gods of the Hindu mythology. The temple is a significant religious construct visited by devotees from all over the globe who arrive to offer their prayers to the Lord Vishnu.

Champaranya, Rajim

Champaranya (earlier known as Champajhar) is a small but famous village as it’s the birthplace of the saint Vallabhacharya, the reformer and founder of the Vallabh Sect. A beautiful temple has been constructed in honor of this great saint, which has enhanced the religious holiness of the place. The temple of Champakeshwara Mahadeva is another attraction at Champaranya, worth visiting on your Champaranya Tour. It is now generally regarded as a Vaishnava peeth (pilgrim site). The temple complex is also referred to as Sudamapuri. The shrine attracts large number of pilgrims, mostly Gujaratis during the Hindu month of Shravan

Gangrel Dam, Dhamtari

It is a popular tourist spot of Dhamtari district about 15 km from Dhamtari and about 90 km from Raipur. Built across the Mahanadi River, the reservoir offers a lot of water sports, Virgin Islands and much more. Also known as Ravishankar Dam, during monsoons becomes a must visit place with picturesque island and enriched flora and fauna. State Tourism board has their own property for the tourists to stay.


With a drop of over 100ft this horseshoe-shaped waterfall plunges some 40 kms from Jagdalpur city. The beauty of the falls is ravishing even at night as it is illuminated.


As drops of river Kanger hurdle down to form the Tirathgarh waterfall, the sight is simply awe-inspiring. This must-visit waterfall is a great place to refresh your senses.

Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated on the Raipur-Devbhog state highway, Udanti touches the borders of Orrisa and Madhya Pradesh and is 149 km from the capital city, and is open to public from November 1st to June 30th.

Barnawapara wildlife

125 kms from the city, this sanctuary is home to 150 species of birds is open to public from November 1st to June 30th .


You'll actually find a world which you never imagined. Bastar introduces you to the land of tribes known as "adivasis", India's largest and the grandest waterfalls and one of the last few tracts of virgin forests left in Asia.


An important centre for Buddhism followers, this destination unearthed a rich treasure trove of Buddhist temples and beautifully carved stone doors and panels. The Lakshman Temple and the Gandeshwar Temple are a must visit places at Sirpur.

Bhoramdeo Temple

Bhoramdeo Temple, or the ‘Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh’, carved on the rocky stones in the Nagar style is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated in the Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh, This temple was built in the period of 7th to 11th century A.D and is beautifully located amidst mountain ranges. The temples are said to be built by King Ramchandra of the Nag Dynasty. The Shiva Linga in the temple is wonderfully carved and the artistic appeal beckons the visitors. The Bhoramdeo temple has a resemblance with the Sun temple of Konark and The Khajuraho temple.


Dongargarh is the main tourist as well as pilgrimage of the district. The famous temple of MAA BAMBLESHWARI is on a hilltop of 1600 feet in the town of Dongargarh. This temple is referred as BADI BAMBLESHWARI. Another temple at ground level is situated about 1/2 kms. from the main temple complex. This temple is referred as CHOTTI BAMBLESHWARI. Lakhs of people from in and around Chhattisgarh flock the shrine during the Navratris of Kavar (during Dusshera) and Chaitra (during Ramnavmi). During these Navratris melas (fair) are organized in the premises of the temple, which run 24 hours. Many companies and organizations display their product during this mela. The added tourist attraction is the ropeway. It is the only passenger ropeway in the state of Chhattisgarh.


Mahamaya Devi. Situated at 25 km away from the city of Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) on the Bilaspur-Ambikapur state highway, the Mandir and the relics of scores of ancillary temples, domes, palaces and forts, now rundown by the time and natural forces – seem to tell a story. Once the capital of the Kalchuri kings, Ratanpur has almost a millennium of history.

Laxman Temple

Sirpur is an interesting site. The Laxman Temple here, believed to have been built in the 7 th century, is one of the finest brick temples in India, in good condition, and characterized by exquisite carvings and precise construction. The Archaeological Survey of India has established a museum in the temple premises, which houses a collection of rare statues and other relics significant to the Shaiva, Vaishnava, Buddhist and Jain faiths.

Danteshwari Temple

This ancient temple is at the confluence of the Dankini and Shankini rivers, about one and a half hours from Jagdalpur. It was built by the Chalukya kings of Bastar in honor of their family Goddess, Devi Danteshwari, who is venerated by both Hindus and tribal’s in the entire Bastar region. The temple is divided into four parts – Garbh Griha, Maha Mandap, Mukhya Mandap and Sabha Mandap. The first two are constructed using stone. The temple itself has been constructed at various times, but the sanctum sanctorum is believed to be more than 800 years old. A Garud Pillar has been erected in front of the temple entrance. The Danteshwari Temple really comes to life during the Bastar Dusshera festival season. Men have to wear a lungi to enter the temple.


Located about 135 km from Raipur, Girodhpuri is a pilgrim center in Raipur District of Chhattisgarh. This is birth plase of great satnami sant, Santsiromani Gurughasi das, who fought against social evils and advocated social equality and development. Every year in the month of Feb-march (5-7th of moon night of the falgun month of Vikram savant) a very big fair is organized. This is in Baloda Bazaar district of Chhattisgarh.


Damakheda is a Religious and center place of Kabirpanth. Many kapirpanthi came on here in Magh mela and other Festival who belong on Damakheda. All over India and abroad kabirpanthi arrived here with family and joy with Bhazan-kirtan (saheb kabir songs). In present time sit in vanshgaddi – Panth shri huzur Prakash muni naam saheb (15th acharya of kabirpanth). The holy place witness the Samadhi Mandir of great Sadguru’s.


This 11 th century Vaishnava temple was built by the kings of the Hayhay dynasty on the banks of the Mahanadi river, at Shivarinarayan Nagar. It is believed that Shabri Ashram, mentioned in the epic Ramayana, was located here. During Magh Purnima a fair is organized here. Shabri Temple is situated in the south entrance of Kharod in Chhattisgarh. It is believed that this is the site where Ramji and Lakshmanji reached while searching for Maa Sita and visited Shabri’s Ashram and ate Berries. Which is why this site is known as Shabri Dham, and Shabri’s temple was later established here.