Bhaiyathan City



Although Bhaiyathan is a mere village in the Suraguja District of Chhattisgarh » State, it has emerged as a great place of tourist interest. The district headquarters of Ambikapur is sixty five Kilometers away from Bhaiyathan Village. Situated on the bank of the River Rend, Bhaiyathan in Chattisgarh has a historical background.

There is an intriguing story behind the foundation of Bhaiyathan. Dalthman Sahi and Dharamal Sahi, the two nephews of King Agnikul Chauhan of Mainpuri were returning from Puri, halted in Ambikapur to rest for a few days. The Maharaja of that area was not present at that time and his palace was seized by some rebels. The queen asked the brothers for help and with the help of their limited army, the palace was rescued. The King on his return thanked the duo and presented the governance of Jhilimili area to them.

The brothers drove away all the other rulers in that region to establish their state. The queen of Surguja had sent Rakhi to the Chauhan brothers and since then, they shared a very cordial relation as sister and brothers. Bhaiya means brother and thus the land came to known as Bhaiyathan.

Bhaiyathan of today is a fast developing area with a thermal power station coming at the place. The Tamor Pingla Wild Life Sanctuary is very close to Bhaiyathan and the Devi Temple at Kudargarh is also not far away. These places have made Village Bhaiyathan, a favorite with the pilgrims and tourists.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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