Bhilai Tourism

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Bhilai Tourism A culturally profound city, Bhilai is a planned city situated in Durg District, 25 km from capital city Raipur. The city is mainly known for Bhilai Steel Plant (SAIL), one of the largest steel plants in India. The city is a fascinating fusion of people of different religion and languages giving the city an essence of unity and oneness.  Once posed as a small village, Bhilai saw a drastic development with the establishment of second steel plant of India in the year 1955. Developed with the assistance of Russian Government, today this city is economically well off and culturally very rich. Also an educational hub, Bhilai is one of those cities that exhibit a perfect balance between industrialization and prosperous nature. Dotted with several tourists attractions and pleasant weather during winters, this beautiful city is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Bhilai is a planned and organized community which has won Prime Minister's Trophy for more than five times for its lush green environment. Download Bhilai PDF Guide > What's Great? Picturesque sites. What's not so Great? Difficult to access. For Whom Bhilai is a great place for pilgrims and a great getaway for people living in and around Chhattisgarh.

Etymology It was believed that the Government developed the steel plant to enhance the economy of this region by supporting the backward and scheduled communities. Since the primary purpose was to alleviate poverty and to embrace the development of local communities, this place bagged the title ?Bhalai? or do good for the people. It is also believed that Bhilai derived its name from the local scheduled tribe Bhils that resided and populated in this region. Culture Showcasing religious and linguistic unity, Bhilai is a platform where people from diverse background reside in harmony and peace. All possible traditions, culture and religious festivals are followed by the inhabitants here. Sankranti, Diwali, Pongal, Ugadi, Rath Yatra, Ganesh Chaturthi, Hareli and Eid are the popular festivals celebrated. The festival of praying for prosperity in agricultural activities during the monsoon season, Hareli is the most popular festival celebrated in Bhilai. It is interesting to know that around 70 dialects of Chhattisgarhi are being spoken in this region. Folk songs like Sohar for childbirth and Bihav for wedding flavour their quintessential culture. Bhilai, also known as Bhilai Nagar, is a planned city which is now one of the most industrialized zones in India. This region has not only experienced the rule of Haihaivansi Rajputs and Bhonsle Marathas but also possess an imprint of British hegemony. To be exact, the British was the prime reason to set the Bhilai steel plant which transformed the cluster of remote villages to a commercial hub. Now, Bhilai has the privilege of being the seventh fasted growing city in the world.

One Day Itinerary If you are travelling to Bhilai for a single day, you might want to make sure you cover all the major attractions of the city. Hence, it might be a good idea to start the day early in the morning with some breakfast at the hotel. Bhilai Steel Plant is one place you must visit while exploring the city. Your next stop should be Maitri Bagh Zoo where you can enjoy a different type of Bhilai altogether. Break for lunch and snack at the appropriate time at the local restaurants. Next, head on to Deobalod and Narpura to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva and explore the famous Jain temple. Lastly, Civic Center is a must visit, where you can enjoy shopping as well as cultural events of the town.

Restaurants and Local Food in Bhilai Bhilai is a town which offers several restaurants and eating joints besides one at your hotel. North Indian is the predominant cuisine in Bhilai. Annapurna Restaurant, Highway Dhaba, Shaunaks Restaurant and Dashmesh Family Restaurant are some of the famous eateries in the town. View 2 Restaurants in Bhilai >>

Oct-Maris the best time to visit Bhilai Located in Chhattisgarh in central India, Bhilai experiences hot and dry weather conditions in summers. The temperature may rise up to a scorching 45 degrees Celcius, making it unpleasant to visit the city. Monsoon season follows immediately with a moderate amount of rainfall but increases the humidity. Winters, that fall between the months of October and March, are quite pleasant and cool and thus recommended as the best time to explore the steel city. Weather in Bhilai Loading... Bhilai in Summer (March - June) The summers in Bhilai are hot and exhausting and generally avoided by the tourists. Temperature ranges between 23 to 40 degrees Celsius. Bhilai in Monsoon (July - September) Moderate rainfall is the characteristic of the season. However, since showers occur very often, the place gets dampen. Bhilai in Winter (October - March) Temperature ranges between 10 to 25 degrees Celsius. This is the ideal time to enjoy natural beauty of this place Monthly Weather in Bhilai Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 15 28 February 18 32 March 22 35 April 27 41 May 29 42 June 28 38 July 25 30 August 25 30 September 25 30 October 22 31 November 17 29 December 15 28

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