Bilaspur

Bilaspur is a city in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It's divided by the winding Arpa River. The nearby villages of Ratanpur and Malhar are known for their ancient, intricately carved Hindu temples. Bilaspur tourist attractions range from historical sites and exquisite temples to majestic dams. A visit to them implies delving deep into the rich and glorious past of the city and getting acquainted with the architectural patterns prevalent in earlier period of time.

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A S Fun Park, Bilaspur
Within Bilaspur city limits
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A S Fun Park a water and fun park located in Bilaspur of Chhattisgarh. A S Fun Park is located 4. 4 kilometers from the main city center of Bilaspur and it takes around only 10 minutes to reach by any public or private vehicles to here.

A S Fun Park is a popular destination for a day's opting for locals and visitors alike. Specialties here are many to mention like the Bubble Island which is one stop destination for the amusement as well as water park for entertainment, Classic Cuisine Celebration with renewed Moti Mahal Restaurant and Bikano. There are other facilities like to stay ...

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Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary
78 kms from Bilaspur city limits
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Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary is national wildlife reserve well known in the state of Chhattisgarh with its different flora and fauna it holds from years. Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Mungeli Distirct of Chhattisgarh State and it is about 78 kms from the main city Bilaspur of Chhattisgarh.

Achanakamar Wildlife Sanctuary has been established in 1975 after the provisions announced under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. Later, it even declared as a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger in 2009. It is also a part of the Achanakamar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve. ...

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Deorani (Devarni)-Jethani Temple
29 kms from Bilaspur city limits
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Tala is a village in Chhattisgarh state famous for its two temples called Devrani and Jethani. It is around 29 kms south of Bilaspur. A classic example of Indian Sculpture and art, these ancient temples, located within a single complex and situated side-by-side, owe their names to their dimensions.

The Jethani or the Elder sister-in-law temple has completely fallen. Stones that would have stood as temple once are now piled upon one another with their carvings peeping out at various angles. One can see the elephants that would have been at the entrance and the carved pillars that wo...

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Didneswari Temple, Bilaspur is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Bilaspur. It is located at a distance of 35 kms from Bilaspur city center.

Didneswari Temple in Malhar region of Bilaspur is a very old religious site and has been prominent for Hindus for centuries. The current temple, however, is of recent construction, built on the pedestal of an ancient temple. Part of the original pedestal can be seen besides a trench dug to give a glimpse of the original splendour. The Temple is richly decorated in multiple colours, which contrasts sharply with the artistic yet so...

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Kanan Pendari Zoological Garden in Bilaspur is a zoo popular for conserving wild animals - Lions and Tigers from years. It is only 9. 8 kms far from the main city center Bilaspur and it takes only 18 minutes from the Bilaspur Bus stand or the Bilaspur's center to reach this mystic Kanan Pendari Zoological Garden.

Kanan Pendari Zoological Garden holds a history behind the construction. Once it was used as a forest department during 1975 and later it was converted into wild animal rescue center in which deer, bear and other animals also were kept there. It was even developed as a Cheet...

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Kori Dam
36 kms from Bilaspur city limits
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Kori dam has been a premium tourist destination in Bilaspur district for decades. As they have lashing water resource and green mountains surrounded by them, hundreds of tourist are thronging the dam to see the majestic beauty of the reservoir which is almost filled with water to the brim. It is located at a distance of 36 kms from city center of Bilaspur.

When in Bilaspur, Kori Dam is an absolute necessity go excursion spot where we can appreciate the delightful sight of the Dam which shows up a ceaseless dam. There is a rest house and excellent patio nursery and obviously parcel...

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Kutaghat Dam
33 kms from Bilaspur city limits
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Kutaghat dam is one of the most important and famous fresh water resources in India. Located in Chattisgarh, it is located at a distance of 33 kms from Bilaspur.

Kutaghat dam is most visited dam in the state of Chhattisgarh Tourism. It has grown up into a picnic spot over the years that is frequently by locals and visitors of Bilaspur alike. Khutaghat dam is constructed on the Kharang river. Forested acres dam and hills comprise the around of Khutaghat. The surrounding of the Kutaghat Dam is aview for the eyes while in the mansoon. The entire water tank is filled to its brim and lo...

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The famous Laxmi Narayan Temple of Bilaspur is located near the bus stand in the Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh. Laxmi Narayan Temple is easily accessible by road and the tourists can visit it via car or a bus.

Laxmi Narayan Temple of Bilaspur is built in the Shikhar Shaily style of architecture and the presiding deity here is Lord Vishnu with his consort, Goddess Lakshmi. There are other deities present in the temple like Lord Shiva, Rangnath, Maa Durga, and Baba Bangali. A lot of tourists, pilgrims, and devotees, visit this temple to seek blessings of Lord Vishnu and Godde...

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Madku Dweep is a small island situated in the Shivnath river which is blessed by Mother Nature with abundantly rich flora and some magnificent views. It is one of the major tourist destinations in the state. It is 40 kms away from the city center of Bilaspur.

There are some interesting legends associated with this beautiful island. One of such is that this island got its name from the frog-shaped geography of the place while observed from the air. The island exactly looks like a frog from the air not only in the shape but also in the color and arrangement. There is also a legend me...

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Mahamaya Devi Mandir in Ratanpur is one of the tourist attraction in Bilaspur. It is located at a distance of around 29 kms from Bilas city center.

From many decades since, the temple and the town of Ratanpur have attracted the attention of scores of historians and archaeologists. Surrounded by lush green hills and housing more than 150 ponds, the town is flocked – twice a year – by hundreds of thousands of devotees every year, who visit here in Navrataras to get darshan of the awe-inspiring dual-statue of their beloved goddess: Mahamaya Devi.

Situated on the Bilaspur-A...

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Sheetla Mata Mandir Bilaspur
Within Bilaspur city limits

There are many temples dedicated for Sheetal Mata Devi in India but one such notable temple for Sheetal Mata Devi is present in Bilaspur city of Chattisgarh. This temple is located only 1. 9 kilometers far from the Bilaspur city center and it takes only 6 mnutes to reach by vehicle and only 22 minutes to reach by walk to this holy temple.

Sheetala Mata devi is actually a folk deity who is worshipped in the North regions of India and also in other countries like Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakisthan. According to epic stories, she is the incarnation of the Supreme Goddess Durga who cures Po...

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