Bagbahara City



Bagbahara city falls under the purview of Mahasamund district in Chhattisgarh. The large number of rice mills that are located in every corner of Bagbahara are the biggest medium of income generation. The cultural arena of Bagbahara is enriched with a vibrant array of traditional festivals that speaks of the past customs of the city.

From the time of its emergence on the contours of Mahasamund district, Bagbahara remained a vital location of Chhattisgarh. Predominantly an agricultural area, Bagbahara assist the economic state of Mahasamund by contributing towards the net revenue. As far as the education scenario of the city of Bagbahara is concerned, there are quite a number of primary schools in the area.

The industrial sector of Bagbahara is proceeding towards a full-fledged phase where there will be 100% job guarantee for the local people. Already the city boasts of numerous rice mills which are known for their competitive pricing and standard quality. Also, these mills successfully absorb a major part of the population of Bagbahara thereby ensuring maximum job availability.

Being famous for its wildlife reserves, Mahasamund pulls large number of travelsrs round the year who also visit the exotic natural spots of Bagbahara. The local authorities of Bagbahara city are planning to upgrade the tourism sector in the place by various promotional campaigns.

The city of Bagbahara in Mahasamund can be arrived via the road and railway links of the district. Since the distance of the city from Mahasamund district is not too long, hence the tourists can easily reach the place within a short span of time.

Bagbahara, a city of Mahasamund district in Chhattisgarh, is trying its best to emerge as a significant player in the state.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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