The Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium or Raipur International Cricket Stadium is a new cricket field in the city of Naya Raipur, India.
It seats 65,000 spectators and was opened in 2008. It is the second largest cricket stadium in India and fourth largest cricket stadium in the world by seating capacity.
The Chitrakot Falls is a waterfall located near Jagdalpur, in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh on the Indravati River. The height of the falls is about 29 metres (95 ft). People odfBastar called it chitracote ghumar.
Chitrakot Waterfalls is also called 'The Niagara Falls of India'. It is 40 kilometres (25 mi) west of Jagdalpur.
Relieve history and let art steal your breath away as you visit one of India’s finest brick temples ever created, the magnificent Laxman temple. A remarkable product of unique Symmetry, precise construction and exquisite carvings, the Laxman temple is a portrayal of ageless art and devotion. The Laxman temple was built in the memory of her husband Harshgupta in 650 A.D
Shadani Darbar has been named after the saint Shri Shadaramji Saheb. Spread over an area of 12 acres, it has a hall where Dhuni Saheb is kept. On either side of the wall, beautiful engraved images of gods and avatars (incarnations) are present. Every day, Dukh Bhanjan Dhuni is performed. Musical fountains with religious idols and statues are also found within the darbar.
Shri Rajiv Lochan Mandir, dedicated to Lord Vishnu is at Rajim.The temple structure is supported by twelve towered columns embroidered with stone carvings, which bear the faces of the various gods of the Hindu mythology. The temple is an important religious construct visited by devotees from all over the globe who arrive to offer their prayers to the Lord Vishnu.
Raipur’s most popular water body, the Vivekanand Sarovar, also known as ‘Burha Talab’, is another favourite with holidaying families. Boating and picnics are regular activities at the lake. It has also paid a heavy price for its popularity though. The lake takes its name from Swami Vivekanand, who lived close by and often visited the lovely site, whenever he stayed in Raipur during his travels. In the middle of the pond is a large statue (37 ft high) of Swami Vivekanand.