Akaltara City



The Janjgir-Champa district of Chhattisgarh is known to house the Akaltara city. As the vital districts of Chhattisgarh, Janjgir and Champa are facilitated with well-built roads and railway tracks. The Akaltara city of Chhattisgarh which follows the governing procedures of nagar panchayat form, boasts of a fair rate of literacy in the region.

With an elevation of about 294.4 meter from the sea surface, the Janjgir-Champa district of Chhattisgarh spans over a total land area of 446,674 hectares. Bounded by Korba, Raigarh and Bilaspur, Janjgir-Chmapa district is famous for its high agricultural yield.

As an important city under the Janjgir-Chmapa district, Akaltara is predominantly an agricultural area. The farmers of Akaltara are quite famous in the state of Chhattisgarh for providing since they grow sufficient amount of crops in the fertile lands round the year.

The basic infrastructure of Akaltara comprises of primary health centers, schools and some other significant educational institutions. The roads of Akalara connect the place with other states of Chhattisgarh. The railway junction at Janjgir-Chmapa district is the only point from where people can reach to the city of Akaltara.

The festivals of the Akaltara city speaks of the age-old traditions and heritage of Chhattisgarh. Primarily, all the local festivals focuses on the core customs of the state as a whole. From the men to the kids, each and every single person of Akaltara celebrate the folk festivals with equal vigor and interest.

Tourist who come to visit the various places of Chhattisgarh, also make a trip to Akaltara with the hope of exploring some of the unherad and unseen treasures of this calm and quiet city.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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