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Durg-BhilaiNagar, India

Bhilai is one of the most prominent industrial cities of India housing one of the biggest steel plants in India. Earlier, Bhilai happened to be a remote village till 1955 that turned into second largest city of the state. Bhilai enjoys a rich cultural heritage but is widely known for large mines and other factories. By booking Bhilai holiday packages, you get the opportunity to enjoy mesmerizing scenic views and serene stay.

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:22°C- 39°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-26°C

Best Places to Visit in Durg-BhilaiNagar

Dhamdha:
Dhamdha is a shrine and one of the most significant tourist spots in Bhilai for Hindus. It is one of the most visit destinations at this place.

Ganga Maiya Temple:
Ganga Maiya Temple is located in Jhalmala, 60 km away from Bhilai. It is said that the statue worshipped in this temple was set up by a local fisherman. The temple has great significance among locals and tourists.

Tandula Dam:
Situated on the banks of the River Tandula, this dam is a popular picnic spot. The dam attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the India.

Uwasaggharam Parshwa Teerth:
It is a famous Jain temple in the city that was built in 1995. The Teerth is situated on the banks of the River Sheonath and features Shri Parshwanath as the main deity of the temple.

Bhilai Steel Plant:
Founded in the year 1959 by the support of the Soviet Union, Bhilai Steel Plant is a key step towards industrialization in India. It is one of the main attractions of the town, where several products of steel are made.

Maitri Bagh:
It is a perfect combination of park and zoo that was established by the Bhilai Steel Plant. As per the name, Maitri Bagh signifies as the "friendship garden" and was constructed as a sign of India-USSR companionship.

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