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Visited this place with my family.
Very small temple but beautiful structure completely made by Rocks.
From a distance, The stair taking up to top looks like a Wave which is quite amazing.
This temple is basically Shiva Temple. It was found in the year...More
Do not visit the town for a picnic, you'll get bored. If you love history, there are many places to see especially the Buddhist sites. The pillars are made from the rocks from the river bed and they do contain the fossils of some species....More
Excellent place to be for history lovers.
There are lots of scope for the government to focus on tourism. Really sad to see the state of the place. Government should invest more to maintain these places.
Surang Tila was built more than thirteen centuries ago. It is located at Sirpur which is known as the ancient temple town in Chhattisgarh. It is an amazing architecture of ancient times. The steps near the ground are in a sea wave like shape.
Surang Tila is one of the recent excavations at Sirpur, the ancient temple town in Chhattisgarh. The main attraction is a longish staircase in which some steps near the ground are in a wave like shape. When and how this happened is not clear. My...More
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Surang Tila Temple is situated on the banks of the River Mahanadi in the historical town of Sirpur and excavated by the archaeological department only recently.
It's quite an amazing architecture considering it was built more than 13 centuries ago...More
Saurabh Tila is place where you can feel about ancient things. Have a guide to know all ancient information , main drawback about surang tila place is that all guides done have proper n accurate knowledge about sirpur and its history. If u wanna enjoy...More
Sirpur is a historical town in Mahasamund district in the state of Chhattisgarh 78 km away from Raipur and 35 km from Mahasamund city on the banks of the river Mahanadi. The town of Sirpur (aka Shirpur) has been mentioned in ancient epigraphic records, dating...More