Situated in the Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh, Takhatpur is placed at a height of 882 feet above the sea level. One of the prominent cities of Chhattisgarh, Takhatpur is located between latitude 22.1500 and longitude 81.8667. Encompassing a total population of 31534, the city of Takhatpur presents a harmonious blend of traditional values coupled with modern developments.

Comprising mainly of the tribal population, Takhatpur reflects the rich cultural heritage and traditional life style of the bygone days that has percolated to the modern age. The majority of the local indigenous population of Takhatpur speaks Chhattisgarhi which is one form of the Hindi language.

Endowed with a natural scenic beauty, Takhatpur is blessed with immense potentialities to develop into one of the industrially progressive cities of the state of Chhattisgarh. Originally a backward area, Takhatpur has started moving in the direction of industrialization. The state government of Chhattisgarh headed by the Honorable Mr. Raman Singh has decided to implement several projects to improve the living standards of the people of Takhatpur.

Representing the rich historical legacy and religious fervor of the region, Takhatpur celebrates several festivals and fairs with much enthusiasm and vigor that reflects the vibrant and dynamic pattern of life of the local indigenous inhabitants of the area. The colorful festivals and fairs display the cultural pattern and artistic skills of the ancient times.

Easily accessible from all parts of India, Takhatpur has well maintained roads, and railways that enable a comfortable and safe journey to the daily commuters as well as the tourists of the region. Takhatpur is surrounded by the cities of Tendua, Sagar, Ganiari, Patharia, Mungeli and Piparkhuti. The nearest airports of Takhatpur are Bhilai, Raipur and Bilaspur.

Cities in Chhattisgarh
Kirandul City Namna Kalan City Sirgiti City Bhatapara City
Chhuikhadan City Shivrinarayan City Baloda City Pandariya City
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
Tilda-Newra City Lingiyadih City Gandai City Urla-Raipur City
Akaltara City Chharchha City Jashpur-Nagar City Bhatgaon City
Gharghoda City Bagbahara City Mowa City Bade-Bacheli City
Saraipali City Deori Bilaspur City Bhanpuri City Kota City
Bilha City Bodri City Kondagaon City Gobranawapara City
Chirmiri City Ahiwara City Champa City Dongargaon City
Bhaiyathan City Pathalgaon City Pithora City Geedam City
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
Khamhria City Sakti City Gaurella City Manendragarh City
Ambagarh Chowki City Kurud City Ratanpur City Ramanujganj City
Dalli Rajhara City Banarsi City Vishrampur City Naya Raipur City
Mungeli City Khongapani City    

Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



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