Ahiwara City

Ahiwara city of Chhattisgarh falls under the jurisdiction of Durg district. The total population of Ahiwara is around 18, 699 as per census of 2001. as a small town adjacent to the bustling district of Durg in Chhattisgarh, Ahiwara possesses a municipal corporation or a nagar palika which manages the day-to-day administrative services of the place.

Apart from a glorious historical past, the city of Ahiwara in Chhattisgarh is also emerging as a major tourism destination of the state. People who care to step into the quaint Durg district, make it sure that they visit Ahiwara atleast once.

Agriculture and animal husbandry are the two prime economic occupations of the local people of Ahiwara. Since the tributaries of Mahanadi passes through Ahiwara, hence the lands of the city boasts of a high productivity. Also, livestocks and poultry farming comprises a major share of revenue generation in Ahiwara.

Since the city of Ahiwara is still in its nascent phases of development, the infrastructural facilities are not so well-organized. However, the governing bodies of Ahiwara are taking special initiatives to implement various plans regarding roads, railway tracks and air terminals.

The cultural tradition of Ahiwara has been originated from the heritage of ancient Chhattisgarh. The folklores of Ahiwara glorifies the traditional customs of the place which have been derived from the core of the cultural base. Mainly the people of Ahiwara celebrate local festivals which have significant connotations in the historic records of Chhattisgarh.

As an integral part of Durg district, Ahiwara consistently strives to perform well in the larger domain of socio-economic activities.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



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