Chharchha City



The Chhattisgarh city of Chharchha is situated in the Koriya district of the state of Chhattisgarh. The city has a population of 15,352. The people of the city communicate in two languages of Chhattisgarhi and Hindi.

The census collected in Chharchha reveals that the town was awarded the civic status of C.T. Though the number of males in the town is more than the number of women, the difference does not rise to a great extent. According to the census of the year 2001, the number of males in the town of Chharchha was 8,237. As compared to the males, the head count of the women accounted to 7,115. The census also conducted a study of the literacy level in the town. The total count of literates in the town was 10,570. The number of male literates is 6,353. The town has done well to educate its women population achieving a count of 4,217 women literates. The total population of children between the age group 0 to 6 years is 2,025, which is divided between 1,048 number of boy child and 977 number of girl child in the town.

The district of Koriya in which the town of Chharchha is located was a princely state that acceded to the Indian Union Government. The district is known for its archaeological sites and is also replete in the tourist destinations. Some of the tourist spots around the town of Chharchha are listed underneath:
  • Rock Painting of Badara
  • Jogi Math
  • Ghaghara
  • Koriya Palace
  • Water Falls of Amritdhara, Ramdaha and Gaurghat


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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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