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There are quite a large number of Holy Places in Chhattisgarh. Every year thousands of tourists from each and every corner of the world and from all over India visit these holy places in Chhattisgarh. The popular Holy Places in Chhattisgarh, India include Gandheswar Temple, Champaran, Laxman Temple, Rajivalochan Temple, Ram Tekri, Radha Krishna Temple, Swastik Vihar, Temples of Ratanpur, Pataleswar Kedar Temple, Anand Prabhu Kudi Vihar, Shivani Temple and Danteshwari Temple. Each one of the Chhattisgarh Holy Places reflect the ancient architectural styles.

Maa Danteshwari Temple

The Danteshwari Temple serves as the most important spiritual centre for the people of this region, owing to its rich sculptural and architectural wealth and its vibrant festive traditions.

Dudhadari Temple

Mahant Shri Balbhadra dasji established this Math however the date of his Raipur stay is still not clear. It is said that Shri Balbhadra was highly devoted to Lord Hanuman. During his stay in Raipur, he used to worship a stone as if it was Lord Mahaveer himself.

Maa Bamleshwari Devi Temple

Maa Bamleshwari Devi temple is located at Dongargarh, Distt Rajnandgaon, in Chhatisgarh state. There are two temples of Goddess, one on the top of a hill (approx 1600 ft high) and one on the ground respectively known as Bari mata and chhoti Bamleshwari Mata.

Mahamaya Temple

Mahamaya Temple is temple dedicated to dual Goddess Lakshmi and Saraswati, located in Ratanpur a small city full of temples and ponds in Bilaspur district. The Mahamaya temple is built in Nagara style of architecture and is one of the 52 Shakti Peethas in India.

Shivani Maa Temple

Shivani temple, also known as the Shivani Maa temple is one of the oldest temples in Kanker, dedicated to dual Goddess combination of two Goddess name Kali Maa and Durga Maa. The vertically half part is of goddess Kali and the remaining half part is of goddess Durga.

Ganga Maiya Temple

Ganga Maiya is a holy place situated in Jhalmala and is one of the famous places in the city. This place is very crowded during the Navratri celebrated twice a year,thousands of people visit this place by walking from long distance.

Chandrahasini Devi Temple

The ancient temple of Goddess Devi Maa Chandrahasini Temple is situated on the bank of Mahanadi in Janjgir district of Chhattisgarh. Chandrahasini Devi Temple is an important tourist landmark for the near by city of Raigarh.

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