Places around Bhilai with Architecture

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1/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture

Chandi Mandir is a Hindu temple near Chandigarh, India, dedicated to Chandi, the goddess of power. It is about 15 kms from the city of Chandigarh, which was named after the temple. The temple is situated amidst beautiful surroundings and the backdrop of the Shivalik hills.

The state of Chhattisgarh is a region with tremendous historical, religious and archaeological importance. The ancient look of the temple and the aura of the goddess of power attract visitors to its grandeur. The temple has statues of various Hindu deities including Chandi, Radha – Krishna, Hanuman, Shiva and Ram...

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2/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture

The 'Ganga Maiya Temple' is a temple depicted to Godess Ganga and is a very famous temple of Jhalmala. It is located at a distance of 61. 1 kms from Bhilai Nagar Railway Station.

The Ganga Maiya Temple was built by Shri Bhikam Chand Tawri, actually according to the historic story the idol here was received by a fisherman and thus he was the one to consider it as a goddess and started praying the idol. It was then shifted in to a cement constructed temple by Shri Bhikam Chand Tawri giving a proper and beautiful temple to the idol of the goddess. The temple is situated on the banks o...

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3/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture
Jagannath Mandir, Bhilai
4.8 kms from Bhilai city limits
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The 'Jagannath Mandir' is a very famous temple in Bhilai which mainly includes the Hindu deities. It is located at a distance of 4. 8 kms from the Bhilai Nagar Railway Station.

The Jagannath Mandir is a temple where Lord Jagganath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra are worshipped and along with this the locality also comes up with a temple of Lord Shiva. Thus, this place is full of worshippers and devotees all around the area. The place highlights the Indian culture and religious values and it being a portion of exploration among the tourists, they are seen here in quite a large...

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4/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture

The 'Pasharwnath Tirth' temple in Narpura is one of the famous Jain temples in this area. It is located at a distance of 21. 4 kms from Bhilai Nagar Railway Station.

The Pasharwnath Tirth temple is dedicated to 23rd Tirthankar (Jain Saint) Parshwanath and is a place which represents the presence of Parshwanath around 3000 year ago. This temple is also known as Shri Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth among the locals, where ‘Uwassaggaharam’ means the emancipator of all evils. The temple is having a very nice build, it is made of white marble and is also having great carvings around. It is...

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5/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture
Prachin Kila, Dhamdha
35 kms from Bhilai city limits
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Dhamdha is famous for ancient palace called Prachin Killa and temple. It is situated on the Durg-Bemetara road with 35 Kms from the district of Bhilai. Dhamdha is a small town in Durg district of Chhattisgarh in India.

Served as a seat of Gondwana dynasty attraction in the city is the old palatial building structure, which is known as Prachin Kila. The Prachin kila is of historical importance It is an old palace. A famous mandir is also situated down this road which is quit famous amoungs the local residents.

For tourists, the place accommodates several restaurants and ...

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6/6 Places to Visit in Bhilai with Architecture

The 'Shiva Mandir' here in Deobalod is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located at a distance of 16. 1 kms from Bhilai Nagar Railway Station.

The Shiva Mandir was built here long back during the 5th century. The temple being very old is considered to be sacred by the locals here. The linga present here in the garbhagriha is also from those days and thus is monumented and prayed with lot more dedication. This place is a heritage to lots of other temples which are nearby the Shiva Mandir. Tourists can explore other temples as well if they are visiting here. Other than...

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