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Mountains in Chhattisgarh

The entire central Indian state of Chhattisgarh is blessed with wide variety of natural beauty. Around 44 percent area of the state is covered by dense forests. Besides this, Chhattisgarh is dotted with natural attractions such as striking mountains, flowing streams, scenic waterfalls, naturally formed caves and national parks. Chhattisgarh Mountains are renowned for its natural beauty and are mostly covered with dense vegetation. They provide all sorts of adventure and recreational opportunities and offer a unique and pleasant experience to the tourists. Some of the top mountains in Chhattisgarh include Aakash Nagar, Baila Dila, Kailash Nagar and Gadiya Mountains. With so much to see and explore, tourists from within the state and rest of the world come here for enjoying the wide ranging attractions in Chhattisgarh.
 
Bailadila is a famous mountain range located at a distance of 40 km from Dantewada in Chhattisgarh. The entire mountain range of Bailadila is renowned throughout the world for its iron ore mines. Every year millions of tons of iron ore is extracted from these mines and exported to Japan. There are enormous deposits of top quality iron ore in the total 14 reserves that has been discovered in the ranges. However, the mining operations are being carried out only in 3 deposits.

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Scenic Bailadila Mountain
 
 
Gadiya Mountain has got the distinction of being the highest mountains in Kanker District of Chhattisgarh. Also referred as Kila Dongri, the Gadiya Mountain is one of the prime attractions of the state. The famous Doodh River flowing beneath the mountain is one of the major tourist attractions in Kanker. During the festive occasion of Mahashivaratri thousands of tourists and pilgrims come here for offering prayers. The mountain and the area surrounding it are of historical importance as it served as the capital of the Kandra King Dharma Dev.

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Gadiya Mountain