The state of Chhattisgarhwas carved out from Madhya Pradesh on 1st November 2003. The picturesque state is a quixotic medley of urban industrial enterprises as well as lush green pastures glowing with the harvest. Of the numerous cities and towns of Chhattisgarh, Naila Janjgir deserves special mention.
Climatic conditions in Naila Janjgir District are extreme with its scorching hot summers and freezing cold winters. The city is well connected with the district by an arterial network of roads. The National Highway 200 passes through Janjgir Champa district while Naila Champa possesses its own railway station, which falls under the jurisdiction of Southeastern railway.
The Census 2001 has recorded a net population size of 32,495 in Naila Champa with 52 males per 48 females. The state also has an exemplary literacy rate of 70%. The hospitable and cooperative local inhabitants are very industrious and diligent people who live harmoniously amongst each other.
A visit to the quaint city of Naila Champa opens up a treasure trove of cultural potpourri as well as panoramic delights.
Last Updated on : 29th March 2013