City of Raipur
Raipur is the capital of Chhattisgarh, a state carved out of Madhya Pradesh on 1st November 2000. Besides being known as the Rice Bowl of Central India, Chhattisgarh is rich in mineral resources, dense in greenery, full of bio–diverse habitats and the only state with no shortage of power.
Raipur, lying on the Mumbai-Nagpur-Howrah mainline is well connected by air and rail and is a good base to visit the tourist centers of the region. Over the years, the city has evolved into an important industrial centre with a well laid out infrastructure and natural bounty. Apart from mega plants and factories, the city is well equipped with multi–speciality hospitals and renowned educational institutions.
The biggest city in the region is seeing the emergence of next generation realty, and Naya Raipur (New Raipur) is being developed in a sprawling 8000 hectares which will usher in new ideas, new attractions and freshness to the city of Raipur.