Dongragarh



One of the revered cities of Chhattisgarh, Dongragarh draws many devotees who visit the holy shrines of the place to seek divine blessings and eternal happiness. Situated at a stone throw's distance of forty kilometers from the administrative headquarter of the district of Rajnandgaon, the beautiful city of Dongragarh is one of the prominent cities of Chhattisgarh.

Blessed with natural scenic beauty, the city of Dongragarh houses the famous temple of Maa Bambleshwari on the top of a hill at an altitude of 1600 feet. Amidst the picturesque landscape of the small city of Dongragarh, the beautiful shrine of the temple of Maa Bambleshwari stands tall with it's over imposing structure.

Popularly known as the Badi Bambleshwari, Dongragarh has another temple in the plains of the city which is called the Chhoti Bambleshwari temple. The sacred temples dedicated to Goddess Bambleshwari inspire a sense of awe among the devotees. The temples of Goddess Bambleshwari wear a decorative look on special festive occasions of Ramnavmi and Navratri. The colorful fairs that are held within the vicinity of the sacred temple add to the charm of the festivals.

The city of Dongragarh has many sites of Buddhists pilgrimages as well. The district of Rajnandgaon has decided to include Dongragarh as a part of the Buddhists pilgrimage tour of Chhattisgarh.

An important administrative headquarter of a Tehsil of Rajnandgaon district, Dongragarh is easily accessible by well maintained roads, railways and air. Far from the maddening crowd, the serene and calm surrounding of Dongragarh provides relieve from the stress and strains of daily life.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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