Ambikapur City



The Surguja district of Chhattisgarh is known to be the place where Ambikapur city is situated. Considered as a bustling town of the state, the city of Ambikapur also houses the headquarter of the district within its premises. Korwas and pandos are the main communities that inhabit this prominent city. From the tourism point of view, Ambikapur is famous for the temple of Goddess Mahamaya.

Surguja district is situated on the northern part of Chhattisgarh state. Being regarded as one of the biggest districts of the state with respect to land area, the place has made commendable progress in the field of commerce and industry. As a division of Surguja district, Ambikapur boasts of a self-sufficient economic structure. Primarily an agriculture-based region, Ambikapur generates income for the local people through animal husbandry too.

Since Ambikapur city quite resplendent with natural aesthetics, hence, the tourism prospects of the place are bright enough to earn handsome amount of revenue round the year. People from all over the world travel to this part of Chhattisgarh to explore the religious bliss of the shrine of Mahamaya. There are some exotic appeals of Ambikapur too that attract large number of tourists every year. Some of these include Deogarh, Ramgarh hill, Deepadih, Kailash caves, Tattapani, Semarsot and Sitabengara, among several others. The climatic condition of Ambikapur makes the lands of the place suitable not only for agriculture but also for human habitation.

Rich with many surrounding natural treasures and with a culture of its own, Ambikapur city of Chhattisgarh symbolizes a prosperous platform of the state that is full of positive possibilities.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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