Gandai City




One of the prominent cities of Chhattisgarh, Gandai in the district of Rajnandgaon of Chhattisgarh bears relics of the rich historical and religious legacies of the region. The beautiful city of Gandai attracts several tourists through out the year who are absolutely thrilled with the splendid monuments of the region.

Gandai boasts of a rich cultural and traditional history of the bygone golden days. The city of Gandai has several places of tourist interest. Endowed with a natural scenic beauty Gandai is famous for its marvelous architectural monuments that reflect the rich artistic skills and creative imagination of the ancient times.

The exquisitely carved walls and ceilings of the rock cut temples of Gandai portray the development of art and architecture of the local craftsman of the region. Apart from being important places of religious worship, the beautiful temples represent the skilled craftsmanship of the ancient times.

Far from the maddening crowd, the serene and calm surrounding of Gandai provides relief from the stress and strains of daily mundane life. The splendid architectural monuments inspire a sense of awe among the modern day architects. The beautiful temples of the city of Gandai can truly be said to be the marvels of the ancient times that adds to the glory and the old grandeur of Gandai.

Comprising mostly of tribal population, the city of Gandai is easily accessible from all parts of India by well maintained roads and railways. An important place in the tourist itinerary, Gandai reflects the vibrant and dynamic life style of the local inhabitants of the district of Rajnandgaon.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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