Geedam City




Endowed with natural scenic beauty, Geedam is situated in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. The ancient city of Geedam bears testimony to the rich cultural and historical legacy of the bygone golden days. Comprising mostly of the tribal population, the small yet beautiful city of Geedam reflects the vibrant and dynamic life style of the local indigenous inhabitants of the region.

The majority of the population of Geedam speaks Chhattisgarhi which is one form of the Hindi language. One of the major tourist hubs of the district of Dantewada, Geedam has many architectural and archeological remnants of the ancient times that represent the glorious past of the region.

One of the favorite tourist destinations of the district of Dantewada, Geedam is blessed with the bounty of nature. The tourists can experience the traditional culture of the indigenous local inhabitants of Dantewada district in the city of Geedam.

Representing the religious fervor and diversity of the district of Dantewada, the traditional city of Geedam celebrates numerous festivals and fairs that add to the charm of the region. The city of Geedam wears a decorative look on special festive occasions that draws many people from far and wide.

Far from the maddening crowd of the city, the serene and calm surrounding of Geedam provides relief to the tourists from the stress and strains of daily mundane life. The picturesque landscape of Geedam fills the tourists with an intense sense of pleasure and satisfaction. Easily accessible from all parts of India by well maintained roads and railways, Geedam is one of the rapidly developing cities of the district.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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