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  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Pithora, Mahasamund
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Places to Visit in Mahasamund
Pithora is amongst the most frequented townships of Mahasamund District, situated along NH6. A Nagar Panchayat of Mahasamund lying at an elevation of 304 metres above sea level is visited by tourists to witness the tribal lifestyle, customs and traditional dances. Some of the... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Swastik Vihar, Mahasamund
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Places to Visit in Mahasamund
Swastik Vihar is another Buddhist structure, located in proximity to Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar. It is believed that various Buddha Bhikshus used this vihar for the purpose of meditation and study. Read More »
  • Type: Sanctuary
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Mahasamund
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Places to Visit in Mahasamund
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1976 under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. Covering an area of around 245 sq km, this wildlife sanctuary is situated in the northern region of Mahasamund. The sanctuary has a rich reserve of flora, fauna and avifauna... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Laxman Temple, Mahasamund
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Places to Visit in Mahasamund
Laxman Temple is one of the most beautiful temples of Mahasamund which is also known as the Panchrath Temple. This temple comprises of a Mandapam (shelter), Antraal (passage) and Garbha Grih (main sanctum). The carvings on the walls of the shrine draw a lot of attention.... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar, Mahasamund
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Places to Visit in Mahasamund
Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar is one of the chief vihars among Buddha Vihars of Sirpur town of Mahasamund. The vihar dates back to the era of Mahashiv Gupt Balarjun. It was built by a famous follower of Lord Buddha, Bhikshu Anand Prabhu.       The main... Read More »

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