Explore Jagdalpur: The Most Prominent Tourist Spot In Chhatisgarh!

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Ruchika Mandora

Jagdalpur is a naturally pretty city in the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh with a rich culture and a history of past rulers invading the area.

On the river Indravati, the Chitrakot waterfall is a naturally stunning waterfall. This waterfall, which resembles horse hooves, is also known as Niagara of India.

Chitrakote Falls

The Kutumsar Caves are a natural subterranean cavern formed millions of years ago that was finally found in 1993 in Kanger Valley National Park.

Kutumsar Caves

In 1982, the Kanger Valley was designated as a national park. It is home to the second-longest caves in the world and several breathtaking waterfalls.

Kanger Valley National Park

The zonal Anthropological Museum was founded in 1972 to provide insight into the culture and way of life of the Bastar people.

Anthropological Museum

Tirathgarh Waterfall this water falls from a height of 91 meters, yet its staircase-like structure makes it less forceful and gives it an astounding appearance. This location is ideal for a picnic.

Tirathgarh Waterfall

The Danteshwari temple has stunning architecture and craftsmanship. Sati's tooth fell here, introducing Danteshwari Shakti Peetha.

Danteshwari Temple

Lord Venkateswara, who is regarded as one of the most essential Hindu deities, is honoured by the beauty.

Venkateshwara Swamy Temple

Dalpat Sagar Lake is located within the city of Jagdalpur. It is one of the best and largest manmade lakes in Chhattisgarh and features a wonderful musical fountain.

Dalpat Sagar Lake

The Bastar Palace in Jagdalpur is a historical structure with astonishment art and architecture, including intricate carvings and engravings on the walls and ceilings.

Bastar Palace

The Chitradhara Waterfall in Jagdalpur is an outstanding multitiered waterfall. This creates an astounding atmosphere.

Chitradhara Falls