Gobranawapara City




Situated in the district of Raipur in the state of Chhattisgarh, Gobranawapara is one of the prominent cities of the state. A municipality and a city, Gobranawapara is blessed with natural scenic beauty that enchants and enthralls the tourists with its picturesque landscape.

Comprising mostly of the tribal population, the beautiful city of Gobranawapara bears relics to the rich historical antecedents of the bygone golden era. One can experience the cultural traditions of the ancient times that have percolated to the modern age. Originally a backward area, the city of Gobranawapara has rapidly progressed towards industrialization in the recent past.

Most of the people of the district speak Chhattisgarhi which is one form of the Hindi language. Blessed with a vast reserve of mineral resources, the traditional city of Gobranawapara is endowed with immense potentialities to develop into one of the most progressive cities of the district of Raipur.

Representing the varied cultural traditions and diverse life style of the local indigenous people of Gobranawapara, the city celebrates numerous festivals and fairs with enthusiasm. The colorful festivals and fairs of Gobranawapara reflect the vibrant and dynamic life of the indigenous local people of the city. The city of Gobrawanapara wears a decorative and attractive look on special festive occasions which draws several visitors from the other cities and towns of the district.

Endowed with an unparalleled beauty, the city represents the folk culture of the region. A remnant of the ancient times, the folk dance and songs of the tribal communities display their artistic creativity and imaginative skills. Easily accessible from the rest of India, Gobranawapara has well maintained roads and railways.

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Dharamjaigarh City Dongragarh City Birgao City Jamul-Durg City
Mehmand City Baloda Bazar City Takhatpur City Surajpur City
Khairagarh City Dipka City Simga City Lormi City
Kunkuri City Telgaon City Baikunthpur City Bhilai Charoda City
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Gharghoda City Bagbahara City Mowa City Bade-Bacheli City
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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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