Baloda Bazar is a district of Chattisgarh who was born on January 1, 2012. The district is believed to be named after “bail” (bull), “wedding” (mule) and “bazaar” (market). By the name, this place is famous for its cattle market, also known as the Bhaisparsa market. It is one of the oldest settlements in Indian history. Baloda Bazar has a number of eminent scholars, religious leaders and personalities such as Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh, Dharmadas Ji and Guru Baba Ghasidas. This district is rich in culture and heritage of dance, music and theater. Dewar Nacha, Raut Nacha, Padki, Pandwani, Panthi and Soowa are some of the musical genres and dance dramas. Both women and men attending these celebrations wear vivid and multicolored dresses and ornaments.

The district is also known for its cement industries such as L & T cement, Lagarge cement, Ambuja cement, etc. It is a huge three pyramid shaped structure made of opaque white stones. These pyramids are built over Platforms that are between 30 and 35 feet tall. Above the platforms are several temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The temple immerses you in its solitude and tranquility and then gives you a new feeling of vitality. For those looking for a break from the monotony of everyday life. The place also attracts various photography fans and nature lovers.

TheĀ Surang Tila TempleĀ is illustrative of a unique and magnificent architectural craftsmanship. It is a massive tri-pyramidal structure constructed of opaque white stones. These pyramids are super-structured over platforms which are about 30-35 feet high. Above the platforms are multiple temples devoted to the Hindu God Shiva. The temple soaks you in its solitude and calm and then instils in you a renewed sense of vitality. The Surang Tila Temple is an ideal weekend getaway location for those who seek a break from the monotony of everyday existence. The place also attracts a number of photo fanatics and nature enthusiast.

Madkau Island is located in the calm waters of the Shivnath River. It is located 80 km from Raipur. Madkau Dweep Island is a site for excavations. Coins, epigrams, temple ruins and handicrafts from bygone eras have not settled here. They claim that there were more than 19 Shiva temples around this group of islands that are dedicated to God. Hindu followers. Apart from that, the place also offers a Christian Melain in February. The island has a lush and opulent environment and is a famous and touristic place in the Baloda bazaar.

Giroudapuri is a village at the confluence of the Jonk and Mahanadi Rivers. Giroudpuri Dham is located about 80 km from Bilaspur and is a well-known pilgrimage site in Chattisgarh. This place is known to be the birthplace of Guru Ghasidas, the founder of SatnamiPanth. A seat of this venerated figure is installed in Giroudpuri Dham. People from all over the country come in great numbers to worship Guru Ghasidas. People try to unite with divinity while singing piously: JaiSatnam Jai Satnam Jai Satnam. The

Laxmana Mandir is built on a raised platform.This temple was built hundreds of years ago and features intricate craftsmanship and elegant interiors. This opulent and majestic temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is testament to hundreds of devotees from across the country. The temple is accessible every day and is a perfect refuge for those looking for peace and tranquility in the midst of everyday life. The Baloda Bazar is therefore an ideal vacation destination for those who want to immerse themselves in the rich history. The many temples and churches throughout the place ensure that you return with transformed souls, full of strength and vitality.