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Residents Of A Village In Chhattisgarh Have 'Ram' Tattooed All Over Their Bodies! Amazing Things You'll Find There

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Visit the fascinating place that Chhattisgarh is. HolidayIQ Travellers share their experiences.

Residents Of A Village In Chhattisgarh Have 'Ram' Tattooed All Over Their Bodies! Amazing Things You'll Find There:

  1. Amrit Dhara Waterfall, Baikunthpur (Chhattisgarh)
  2. Bhoramdeo Temple, Kawardha (Chhattisgarh)
  3. Chitradhara Falls, Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh)
  4. Chitrakot Falls, Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh)
  5. Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh)
  6. Kailash and Kutumsar Caves, Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh)
  7. Chhattisgarh

1. Amritdhara Waterfalls Are A Sight For Tired Eyes

Amritdhara Waterfalls Are A Sight For Tired Eyessource: wikimedia

These falls are relatively unknown and are usually less crowded than the other famous tourist spots an waterfalls in Chhattisgarh. So yeah, if you want a quiet time, you'll love this place.

"As my title suggests it is an untapped tourist destination ready to explode in tourist map of India if developed and nurtured well enough. Really if you want see natural beauty up-close enough within the climes of virgin tribal lands hitherto untapped by tourists and not developed & promoted by the government. For my visit it was only one word to exclaim. WOW!" says HolidayIQ Traveller KK Sahu.

2. Bhoramdeo Temple - The Khajuraho Of Chhattisgarh

Bhoramdeo Temple - The Khajuraho Of Chhattisgarhsource: wikimedia

The Bhoramdeo temple is situated 18 km away from Kawardha, amidst the Maikal mountain ranges. The temple was built between the 7th and 11th centuries by the Nagwanshi ruler, King Ramchandra Deo.The temple has been built on a 5 ft high platform in the Nagar architectural style. The Bhoramdeo temple is also called the 'Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh' as it looks like the temple of Khajuraho.

3. Chitradhara Falls - Nature's Beauty

Chitradhara Falls - Nature's Beautysource: flickr

Situated near Jagdalpur, these falls are one of the must visit places when you visit this beautiful state. Again, a bit off the radar and a fun place to be at- goes without saying.

"There are many more places in Chattisgarh hidden and tucked away," says HolidayIQ Traveller Khokhan Ghoshal. He adds, "Korba a small town in chattisgarh. From korba about 17 km away balco is situated, another small town. From balco forest area started. Kesla, dondro, futka pahar, belajalasay are very beautiful spot. May be they are unknown places but natures beauty are hiding here. Futka pahar is a hill area and full of forest with lush green trees like sal, seasam, mahua etc. Kesla is a dense forest with wild life like bison, leopard, elephant, monkey with many kind of snakes. It is a very good place for adventures people. Dondro and belajalasay are remote village. Nice to see their daily live hood."

4. Chitrakoot Falls - The Niagra Of India

Chitrakoot Falls - The Niagra Of Indiasource: wikimedia

HolidayIQ Traveller Mohan says, "Wonderful sound of thundering water, excellent view, scenic beauty must visit place in Chhattisgarh. Visited with a group and really enjoyed the place. The best time to visit it 16:00 hours in evening when the sun is setting. Must get down from the stairs and enjoy the sand and water."

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5. Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuarysource: wikimedia

HolidayIQ Traveller Kalpana says, "An untouched beauty, visited this jungle in the month of Nov 15. Wow is the word I will vouch for, we could spot wild boar, huge size bison who were just on the way. Lot of peacocks flying displaying wonderful colours jungle fowl. Then we spotted a huge leopard. We could see it for around 10 min. Best part is the jungle itself which is just beautiful."

6. Kailash & Kutumsar Caves

Kailash & Kutumsar Cavessource: wikimedia

HolidayIQ Traveller Himanshu says, "One of the most beautiful cave I have ever seen. Lime stone is the beauty of this caves. Kutumsar cave is 330m long. There is a species of fish which is blind only found in this cave. Heart patient and those people who fears dark please be careful because of less oxygen. Avoid visiting this place during rainy season. The charge to visit per person is Rs 50. If you are carrying camera you have to pay camera charge also. The place is 20-30 km from Jagdalpur. People must visit this place in morning time. Before 3pm."

7. Finally The Intriguing People - Ramnamis

Finally The Intriguing People - Ramnamissource: indiatimes

The Ramnamis started getting tattooed to defy the prohibition they faced from temples and other public places. After 100 years, the traditions continue, for not much has changed.

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