Naya Baradwar



Naya Baradwar or Naya Baradwa is a charming little town in the state of Chhattisgarh. The town is housed in Janjgir-Champa district that is often credited to be the nation's granary. Naya Baradwar is a scarcely populated state that is approximately the home of 6157 people.

Janjgir-Champa District, the erstwhile capital of Maharaja Jaajawalya Dev of Kulchury dynasty was established in the year 1998. The district is enclosed between the industrial and power hubs of Korba, Rajgarh and Bilaspur district. Scorching summers and cold winters depict the typical climatic conditions in the district.

Naya Baradwar is well connected with its neighbors and easily accessible from outside. Apart from the arterial district roads, the National Highway numbered 200 passes through the state. Besides, the railways stations at Naila and Champa fall under Southeastern railway's jurisdiction.

The economy is predominantly agrarian. The tribal inhabitants also depend upon forest products to earn their living. Naya Baradwar also has a few mines and industries. The friendly and jovial tribal people are very industrious. They converse mainly in Hindi and Chhattisgarhi.

Apart from sightseeing in Naya Baradwar, the nearby revered shrines and temples in the district as well as the river valleys and rippling waterfalls are also popular tourist haunts.

Naya Baradwar is a highly appealing little town with an unique charm that offers a treasure trove of splendid legacy to those who visit the place.

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Bhilai City Bemetra City Arang City Phunderdihari City
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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Bilha City Bodri City Kondagaon City Gobranawapara City
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Jagdalpur City Kharod City Katghora City Ambikapur City
Dhamdha City Frezarpur City Balod City Sarangarh City
Kharsia City Pendra City Kumhari City Naila Janjgir City
Naya Baradwar City Basna City Patan City Gogaon City
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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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