Waterfalls and caves of Bastar

Waterfalls and caves of Bastar Waterfalls in Bastar Chitrakot Waterfall The Chitrakot Falls is a natural waterfall located to the west of Jagdalpur, in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh on the Indravati River. It is located at a distance of 38 kilometres  to the west of Jagdalpur. The Chitrakoot Falls is located … Read more Waterfalls and caves of Bastar

Rivers and Drainage system of Chhattisgarh

Rivers and Drainage system of Chhattisgarh:-   The rivers of Chhattisgarh are of much signifance to the state from a stand point of economic, social, political and religious views. The State of Chhattisgarh is divided in to five river basins. Mahanadi Basin drains out 75,858.45 Sq km, Godavari Basin drains out 38,694.02 Sq km, Ganga … Read more Rivers and Drainage system of Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh: Power

    Chhattisgarh is poised to become the power hub of India. Installed capacity is 5624 MW. The abundant availability of coal ensures constant supply of raw material for future thermal power projects . Chhattisgarh Government actively assists private power producers to set up power projects in the state. State Government has created the Renewable … Read more Chhattisgarh: Power

Chhattisgarh: Natural Resources

  Natural resources are the product or material that occurs in nature and which are very useful from the perspective of human use. Examples of natural resources: Water Minerals Forests Now, we will discuss the natural resources of Chhattisgarh one by one.   Water 80% of Chhattisgarh population relies on agriculture for subsistence, water is … Read more Chhattisgarh: Natural Resources

Chhattisgarh: Tourism

  Chhattisgarh has vast potential for tourism. Below are the important area from the point of view of tourism. Waterfalls List of Waterfalls of Chhattisgarh: Bastar District Chitrakote Falls Tirathgarh Chitra-Dhara TamdaGhumar Mendri-Ghumar Mandawa JhulnaDarha Chik-Narra Shiv-Ganga Bhunbhuni Dantewada District Malangir Saath-Dhaar Fool-paad Jhara-lava Munga ToyerNala Waterfall DudmaJhodi WF Jashpur District Dangiri Ranidah Kotebira Rajpuri … Read more Chhattisgarh: Tourism

Cropping pattern in Chhattisgarh

  Cropping pattern : The yearly sequence and spatial arrangement of crops on a given area. The cropping patterns of a region are closely influenced by the geo-climatic, socio-cultural, economic and political factors. The physical environment (physiographic, climate, soils and water) imposes limits on the growth and dis­tribution of crops. Cropping pattern followed in Chhattisgarh is … Read more Cropping pattern in Chhattisgarh


  Agriculture is counted as the chief economic occupation of the Chattisgarh. According to a government estimate, net sown area of the state is 4.828 million hectares and the gross sown area is 5.788 million hectare. Horticulture and animal husbandry also engage a major share of the total population of the state. About 80% of … Read more Chhattisgarh:Agriculture

 Wildlife and Ecotourism in Chattisgarh

Wildlife and Ecotourism in Chattisgarh-Indian state of Chhattisgarh is famous for its enchantingly beautiful natural landscapes, rich cultural heritage and unique tribal populations. With over 4% of its total area under forests, Chhattisgarh is also amongst the greenest states of India. The Chhattisgarh region is known as a great repository of biological diversit y. The … Read more  Wildlife and Ecotourism in Chattisgarh

 Wildlife and Ecotourism in Chattisgarh

  Indian state of Chhattisgarh is famous for its enchantingly beautiful natural landscapes, rich cultural heritage and unique tribal populations. With over 4% of its total area under forests, Chhattisgarh is also amongst the greenest states of India. The Chhattisgarh region is known as a great repository of biological diversit y. The unique combination of rich cultural heritage and biological diversity makes Chhattisgarh an ideal ecotourism destination with immense potentials for the growth ecotourism the region. The Indian Govt. is actively collaborating with the local officialsof the state to realize the full potential of eco tourism growth of the region in order to make Chhattisgarh as one of the most important ecotourism destinations in India. Chhattisgarh is one of the greenest states of India with over 44 % of its total area under lush forests. The forests of Chhattisgarh are not only known for their diverse floraand fauna but also contain about 88 species of medicinal plants.  Chhattisgarh is also unique in its wildlife population and has 3 National Parks and 11 Wildlife Sanctuaries, housing some of the rare wildlife and bird species. With so much of variety for eco tourism, Chhattisgarh promises to be an ideal holiday destination for nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and also for those who want to discover the unique tribal life of the region. Chhattisgarh has identified some regions with a very high potentiality for eco­tourism. Wildlife Sanctuaries   Badalkhol Badalkhol sanctuary is located in Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh. It lies on the banks of Eib River and Dorki River and spreads over an area of 105 sq km. The sanctuary’s vegetation is dominated by Sal forests. It is … Read more  Wildlife and Ecotourism in Chattisgarh


  “Tribal” is the word used in India to refer to inhabitants known elsewhere as “indigenous”. British ethnographers classified tribal as “animists”. As per the National Census, they are classified as “aboriginals” and listed according to the tribe. The Hindi word for tribal is adivasi, meaning “ancient inhabitants. Chhattisgarh, the “rice bowl” of India is famed … Read more TRIBES OF CHATTISGARH

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