Bamleshwari Mata Dongargarh Tourist Guide & Packages

Bamleshwari Mata Dongargarh Tourist Guide & Packages - Destination Overview
  • Package Prices
    Staring from Rs 7,999/- Per Person for 3 night 4 days including site seeing
  • Location: Chhatisgarh,India -
  • Nearest Airport: Raipur
  • Nearest Train Station: Raipur
  • How to reach: Bamleshwari Temple Dongargarh is best approachable from Raipur, The Capital of Chhatisgarh

Bamleshwari Temple Dongargarh Tourist Guide & Packages

Bambleshwari Temple is at Dongargarh in Rajnandgaon district, Chhattisgarh, India. It is on a hilltop of 1600 feet approachable by Roap way.

The rope-way in the hill on which the temple is located, is another attraction to the tourists in the city. It is very popular to the tourists as it is the only rope-way  in Chhattisgarh state.

This temple is referred as Badi Bambleshwari. Another temple at ground level, the Chhotti Bambleshwari is situated about 1/2 km from the main temple complex.

These temples are revered by lakhs of people of Chhattisgarh who flock around the shrine during the Navratris of Kavar (during Dashera) and Chaitra (during Ram Navami).

There is tradition of lighting Jyoti Kalash during Navaratris here.

(Bamleshwari Temple Dongargarh)

Bamleshwari Mata Dongargarh Tourist Guide & Packages: Rate & Dates

Package Duration: 3 night 4 days
Package Category Hotel City Package cost Per Person
Peak season Rates (July to Feb) Off Season Rates (Mar to June)
Standard  Hotel Avalon Durg Rs.7,999 Rs.5,999
Delux  Sagar International Durg Rs.8,999 Rs.7,499

Package Inclusion:

  • 3 Nights accomodation in well ac room
  • Daily breakfast
  • ac vehicle for 4 days
  • All siteseeings by private vehicle
  • All taxes
  • Toll Taxes, car parking

Legend of Dongar Garh

Dongar means mountains while Garh means fort. Legend goes that around 2200 years ago, Raja Veersen, a local king, was childless and upon the suggestions of his royal priests performed puja to the gods. Within a year, the queen gave birth to a son whom they named Madansen. Raja Veersen considered this a blessing of Lord Shiva and Parvati and constructed a temple here.