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The inheritance tourism of chhattisgarh

Author: 
Kumar Bhaskar
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Chhattisgarh is the tenth largest and sixteenth most populous state in India. There are many places in Chhattisgarh which are important for tourism for various reasons. Some of these are important for archaeological reasons, while some are famous for natural scenes and wildlife. Chhattisgarh is situated in the lap of nature, due to which Chhattisgarh is full of natural beauty. Green forests, beautiful and picturesque waterfalls, beautiful plateaus and winding rivers make the eyes relaxed. Most important is the Adivasis living in Chhattisgarh, which are a center of great attraction for tourists. Chhattisgarh is proud of its spectacular natural beauty, wildlife, monuments and tribal mixed traditional rich cultural heritage. The seashore has everything for tourism here. India's largest waterfall (Bastar's Chitrakote Falls), South America's second most dense forest after Amazon, has three national wildlife parks and 13 wildlife sanctuaries. Chhattisgarh was mainly known as Dakshin Kosala which is mentioned in Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Chhattisgarhi Devi temple has 36 pillars on the basis of which it derives its present name. Chhattisgarh, one of the power and steel generating states of India, was established on 1 November 2000 after the partition from Madhya Pradesh. Raipur is its capital and is bordered by Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. This state being the heart of the country, it is full of many historical, religious and natural scenic spots. Many religions have originated here and their propaganda is in place. From the tourism point of view, about 105 big and small places of Chhattisgarh state have been identified as tourist destinations. OBJECTIVE: The objective of Chhattisgarh Tourism Board is to develop the state as an international tourism state and to preserve and enrich the cultural heritage of the state. The state has ancient monuments, rare wildlife, carved temples, Buddhist sites, palace waterfalls, mountain plateaus, rock paintings and caves. Chhattisgarh has a domestic airport which is connected to almost all the airports in the country. Indian Airlines operates regular flights from Chhattisgarh to other parts of the country. Raipur and Bilaspur, the two major railway stations of Chhattisgarh, connect this state to the major railway stations of the country. The road network in Chhattisgarh is also excellent. NH 6, NH 16 and NH 43 highways connect major cities of Chhattisgarh to other parts of the country. The average rainfall occurs in the monsoon. Tourists can visit here from November to January. This time is good for traveling here.

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