Seen as a progressively growing city, Raipur is a known destination among tour operators in India. The city also known as rice bowl of India, is known for a great holiday experience and the rapid development it has made in the field of agriculture, steel, cement, alloy, etc.
Doodhadhari Monastery: This monastery was built by King Jatinsingh in 17th century and is devoted to Lord Rama. With an interesting story behind the monastery, the place is a major tourist attraction for its surroundings and architecture.
Mahant Ghasidas Museum: Among all the museums of Chhattisgarh, this museum exhibits the fine collection of weapons, ancient coins, inscriptions, sculptures and carvings, etc. The museum is also a major tourist attraction because of its two structured storey.
Vivekananda Sarovar: Also known as Bura lake, this is the oldest lake of the city and has a position in the Limca Book of Records for the largest statue of Swami Vivekananda.
How to reach Raipur
Raipur can be easily accessed by the rail, road and air routes. The central railway station and the airport of Raipur connect it to the major cities of Chhattisgarh and other states of India.