Raipur is the capital of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It has both historical and archaeological importance. It was ruled from the Satawahana kings until 3rd century AD then it went in the hands of the Gupta’s who dominated till the 6th century. The archaeological excavations from the city draw out the glorious past in this place.
Raipur is located in plains and is also known as the rice bowl of India. Vast varieties of rice are grown as of this place. The River Mahanadi flows through this city which makes it fertile and possesses dense forests in the southern part. Raipur has a tropical wet and dry climate with moderate temperatures during the year. The summer months of March to June can be extremely hot and it’s also safer to avoid those times to create tourist visits. The winters are mild and pleasant rendering it perfect for tourist activities.
Raipur has Swami Vivekananda Airport that’s gone from the busiest airports in Central India. The airport is found far away around 15 km in the city center. Since the city is situated on the way from Mumbai to Howrah, many important trains move across that connecting it with all major Indian cities. There are eight railway stations within the city apart through the major railway station, Raipur Junction. They are WRS Colony Railway Station, Urkura Railway Station, Mandhar Railway Station, Saraswati Railway Station, Sarona Railway Station, Telibandha Terminal and Mana. The national highways NH 6, NH 43, NH 200, NH 217 and NH 12 A connect Raipur to Indian cities.
The City Bus
Raipur City Bus Limited runs city bus service for intracity travel. The auto-rickshaws, tuk-tuk and cars and taxis can also be employed for transportation from the city. Being the most important commercial center …Read More