Bhoramdeo,Champaran, Rajim, jatmai ghatarani,Kanker Heritage palace, Pachwati sight seeing,Chitrakoot water fall/Barsur/Maa Danteshwari temple,Kotumsar cave/Teerathgarh Water fall,Kanger Ghati National Park ,Sirpur,Barnawapara wild life sanctuary

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Day - 1 : Arrival - visit Deobaloda temple

Arrive at Durg station Meet our assistant and proceed to Hotel , if we had enough time we wll visit Deobaloda temple. Deobaloda.Deobaloda has an ancient temple of Lord Shiva called Mahadev temple built by the Kalchuris during the 13th century. This is a very beautiful temple and has a pond near it, people believe, that this pond has an underground link to another old town in Chhattisgarh state named Arang. Besides Deobaloda, Charoda has some temples like a Lord Hanuman temple, Kali Badi, Lord Sri Ram temple, Lord Sri Jagannath temple, a Church - St. Vincent Palloti Church, a Mosque beside other places of worship.

Day - 2 : Bhoramdeo

Morning after breakfast start your journey to Bhoramdeo . on the way visit Banbarad Vishnu temple 17th century, 12 km from bhilai, According to beliefs, taking a bath pond (garbhgrah kund) people get salvation from unknowly killed cow, balasur rakshak killed cow unkowly , God vishnu ordered to make pond and take a bath to get salvation for the sin he had done. The main temple is the Bhoramdeo temple built in stone, The architectural features with erotic sculptures has given a distinct style akin to the Khajuraho temple and the Konarak Sun Temple in Odisha he temple complex, rich in history and archeological details, is dated to the Kalachuri period (10th-12th centuries, one ruling over areas in Central India in west Madhya Pradesh. Another temple within a distance of about 1 kilometre from Bhoramdeo, which is mentioned along with the Bhoramdeo complex is the Madwa Mahal, meaning marriage hall in local dialect. Visit Laxman temple, Sarodar reservoir,

Day - 3 : Champaran, Rajim, jatmai ghatarani

After Breakfast start for Champaran Champaran, formerly known as Champajhar is a village in the Raipur District, The village is identified with Champaranya and therefore has religious significance as the birthplace of the Saint Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya, the reformer and founder of the Vallabh sect also known as Pushtimarg. A temple has been constructed in his honour. The holy confluence of three rivers Mahanadi (Chitrotpala), Pairi and Sondur, called Triveni Sangam is at Rajim. Rajim is also known as the "Prayag of the Chhattisgarh". The Rajiv Lochan Vishnu Mandir is an ancient Vishnu temple located at Rajim .After dinner start Over night at Bhilai hotel

Day - 4 : Kanker Jagdalpur (Kanker Heritage palace, Pachwati sight seeing)

After break fast start your jouney to Jagdalpur , Visit Kanker palace , Panchawati sight seen, evening reach jagdalpur over night at Jagdalpur

Day - 5 : Jagdalpur(Chitrakoot water fall/Barsur/Maa Danteshwari temple)

After break fast start your jouney to Chitrakoot water fall.( The Chitrakoot Fall is located on the Indravati River. During the rainy season, from July and October, rainbows are created with sun rays reflecting on mist from the waterfall.On the left bank of the Chitrakoot Falls, a small Hindu shrine dedicated to the god Shiva and several naturally created grottos named "Parvati caves" (named after Shiva's wife Parvati) are locatedChitrakoot Falls is one of the two of the waterfalls located near the Kanger Valley National Park, the other is Teerathgarh Falls). Then visit to Danteshwari Temple, Danteshwari Temple is temple dedicated to Goddess Danteshwari, and is one of the 52 Shakti Peethas, shrines of Shakti, the divine feminine, spread across India. The temple built in the 14th century, is situated in Dantewada,. Dantewada is named after the Goddess Danteshwari, the presiding deity of the earlier Kakatiya rulers. Traditionally she is the Kuldevi (family goddess) of Bastar state,The temple is as according legends, the spot where the Daanth or Tooth of Sati fell, during the episode when all the Shakti shrines were created in the Satya Yuga. Every year during Dusshera thousands of tribals from surrounding villages and jungles gather here to pay homage to the goddess, when her idol was taken out of that ancient Danteshwari temple and then taken around the city in an elaborate procession, now a popular tourist attraction part of the 'Bastar Dussehra' festival. There also a is tradition of lighting Jyoti Kalashas during Navaratris here. Return to hotel have your dinner overnight stary in hotel(Jagdalpur).

Day - 6 : Jagdalpur(Kotumsar cave/Teerathgarh Water fall)

After breakfast start your jouney to visit Kotumsar cave. Kotumsar cave was initially named Gopansar cave (Gopan = hidden) but the present name Kotumsar became more popular as the cave is located near a village named ‘Kotumsar’. Kotumsar cave is located near Jagdalpur in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Kotumsar cave is a major attraction for people interested in ecotourism. It is a limestone cave formed on the Kanger limestone belt, situated near the bank of the River Kanger, a tributary of the Kolab River. The main tunnel of the cave is nearly 200 m long with several lateral and downward passages. Various types of speleothems offer panoramic views . Air and water temperatures are relatively stable The cave is subject to frequent flooding during the monsoon season, which generally begins in the middle of June and continues until the middle of October. The site is closed to tourists during this period. Various water pools fed by seepage throughout the year also exist in this cave.The Teerathgarh Falls is a waterfall near Jagdalpur at Kanger Ghati in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Return to hotel night stay at jagdalpur

Day - 7 : Jagdalpur (Kanger Ghati National Park )

After breakfast start your jouney to Kanger Ghati National Park (also called Kanger Valley National Park) was declared a national park in 1982 by the Government of India. Among the various protected areas in the country, the Kanger Valley National Park near Jagdalpur, in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh is one of the densest national parks, well known for its biodiversity, landscape, waterfalls, subterranean geomorphologic limestone caves, and home for the Bastar hill myna, the state bird of Chhattisgarh. Located amidst the 34-km-long scenic Kanger Valley, a biosphere reserve, Kanger Valley National Park is one of the most picturesque national parks of India.Spread over an area of approximately 200 square kilometres consisting mainly of hilly terrain, the park derives its name from the Kanger River, The Kanger Valley National Park is noted for its highly heterogeneous land formations ranging from low flat and gentle areas to steep slopes, plateaus, valleys and stream courses. The vast undulating terrain of the Kanger Valley National Park harbours diverse habitats which offer an ideal site for diverse kinds of flora and fauna, thus making it a hotspot of biodiversity in central India. The national park is very famous for the long subterranean geomorphological limestone caves and is a major tourist attraction in the region. All lime stone caves are present north of Kanger River between Madarkonta and Kodri Bahar. Kotamsar and Kailash caves are opened for tourists and other caves are closed for tourists. Only those caves which have openings have been discovered in the National park. There are many caves which have no opening and they are yet to be discovered. After Lunch start your Journey to Sirpur Overnight stay.

Day - 8 : Sirpur

After break fast start your jouney to Sirpur Ancient temples.The village hosts the Sirpur Group of Monuments consisting of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain temples and monasteries. These are dated from the 5th to 12th century. Some of these were visited in 1872 by Cunningham, who published his findings about the Laxman temple and its interesting carvings. Recent excavations have uncovered 12 Buddhist Viharas, 1 Jain Vihara, monolithic statues of Buddha and Mahavira, 22 Shiva temples and 5 Vishnu temples, underground granary market and a sixth century ‘snaan kund’ (public bath).Other famous attractions of Sirpur are the Gandheshwar Temple and the Buddha Vihara. Sirpur village is a major archaeological site along Mahanadi River. It was visited in 1872 by Alexander Cunningham, a colonial British India official. His report on a Laxman (Lakshmana) temple at Sirpur brought it to international attention. The location is mentioned in the memoirs of the Chinese traveler Xuanzang as a location of monasteries and temples. The site has been significant for its temple ruins of Rama and Lakshmana of the Ramayana fame, as well as those related to Shaivism, Shaktism, Buddhism and Jainism. The site excavations after 1950, particularly after 2003, have yielded 22 Shiva temples, 5 Vishnu temples, 10 Buddha Viharas, 3 Jain Viharas, a 6th/7th century market and snana-kund (bath house). The site shows extensive syncretism, where Buddhist and Jain statues or motifs intermingle with Shiva, Vishnu and Devi temples. night stay. Barnawapara /Sirpur

Day - 9 : Barnawapara

After breakfast start your jouney to Barnawapara This small wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 245Sq Km in the Mahasamund District of Chhattisgarh is known for its lush green forest and a sizeable population of the common It is the second most popular wildlife sanctuary, Established in 1976 uner the wildlife Protection Act of 1972 Here you can seen Sloth Bears, Jackals, Leopards , Stripped Hyaenas, Chinkara, Barking deer, Bison After coming from safari we will drive to Chandi Mata Temple Birkoni.where you can see Bear atteinding aarti. Also Attending Daily Evening Prayers at the Chandi Mata Temple in Chattisgarh with devotees are a mother bear and her four cubs who also after aarti take prashad from the Pujari ( temple priest ) and do 9 parakrama of the temple before leaving to go back to the hill .overight stay at Barnawapara.

Day - 10 : Barnawapara to Station/ airport.

After breakfast start your jouney to visit Devdhara Pithora, then visit Khalli Mata Mandir on the way vist Urja park and drop at Raipur.

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