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Dhamtari - A Land Blessed With Natural Beauty


Dhamtari is one of the oldest municipality regions in India. The district was officially formed on 6th July 1998. The district is situated on the fertile plains of the Chhattisgarh region. The Raipur district to the north, the Kanker and Bastar districts to the south, the State of Orissa to the east and the Durg districts to the west, surround the district. The Mahanadi is the main river in this district with its tributaries being Sendur, Joan and Kharun.

Tourist Places In And Around Dhamtari

Blessed with enchanting natural beauty and a vast reserve of wild animals, Dhamtari is known for its traditional folk culture, which adds to the uniqueness of the region. Dhamtari has numerous tourist attractions. The famous Ravishankar Water Dam, also called Gangrel Dam, is famous for a sunset that attracts many picnic lovers annually.

It receives tourists from all places over Chhattisgarh state and other states, especially during the monsoons. During the monsoons, the dam fills with water which then falls from the top of the dam. Sitanadi Wild Life Sanctuary, which is also a tiger reserve is a popular tourist attraction.

The Satpura range of mountains, popularly known as Sihawa Pahad is also a major tourist attraction. The Bilai Mata Temple, a revered shrine dedicated to Goddess Durga is also a recommended place for the tourists to visit.

Dhamtari - Art and Culture

The town of Dhamtari gives great value to art and culture. The Vindhyavasini and Angarmoti temples are famous for their art and cultural beliefs, followed by many people of Dhamtari. Amidst the picturesque landscape of Dhamtari, the splendid architectural monuments stand tall with their imposing giant structures reflecting the artistic caliber, engineering skills, and creative imagination of the people of Dhamtari.

Best Time To Visit Dhamtari

The town of Dhamtari experiences a tropical climate, with summers, winters and monsoon serving as the basic seasons. The best time to visit the town of Dhamtari would be during winter.

How To Reach Dhamtari

Dhamtri is well connected to the major cities in the state by rail and road. The city is well connected by rail and road.

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How to Reach Dhamtari

  • By Road
    The city of Raipur is located at a distance of seventy six kilometers to the north of Dhamtari and regular buses will be available in this route for minimal fares. You can either travel to Dhamtari directly or visit the town through Raipur.
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  • By Train
    Trains are directly available directly to the town of Dhamtari as the place has a railway station. Trains are available regularly to other parts of India as well.
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  • By Air
    The nearest airbase to Dhamtari is Raipur which is situated 16 km from Dhamtari.
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