Gharghoda City



An important city in the Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh, Gharghoda is one of the rapidly developing cities of the state. Endowed with natural scenic beauty, Gharghoda is a relief from the hustle bustle of the city life.

Comprising mostly of the tribal population, the beautiful city of Gharghoda reflects the rich cultural history and traditional heritage of the state of Chhattisgarh. Agriculture forms the backbone of the small yet beautiful city of Gharghoda. Most of the indigenous local inhabitants of Gharghoda earn their living from cultivating the fertile lands of the region.

Chhattisgarhi language which is one form of Hindi forms the main language of the local inhabitants of Gharghoda. Originally a backward city, Gharghoda has experienced rapid industrialization during the recent years. Blessed with vast reserve of mineral resources, Gharghoda has great potential to develop into one of the most industrialized cities of the state.

Representing the varied cultural tradition of the district of Raigarh, Gharghoda celebrates many festivals with great enthusiasm. The city of Gharghoda wears a colorful and decorative look on special festive occasions which attracts many visitors. Gharghoda organizes many fairs on the days of festivals. The fairs of the city provide the local citizens of Gharghoda to display their artistic creations and imaginative skills.

The colorful and attractive fairs of Gharghoda add to the charm of the district of Raigarh. The beautiful city of Gharghoda supports many small scale cottage industries that help to strengthen the economic condition of the state.

Far from the maddening crowd the serene and calm surrounding of Gharghoda presents the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore nature.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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