Places to visit
- Siddheshwar Mandir
: This temple was built in the seventh or ninth centuries AD. This brick temple faces west and is made of brick. The river goddesses Ganga and Yamuna have been depicted in Tribhangaamudra at the temple's entrance. The Trinity marks the entrance to the door. The view of Shiva's wedding is wonderfully inscribed on the Sidhn at the entry, and the AshtDikpal is marked on the gate branch. Siddeshwara Shivalinga is situated in the sanctum sanctorum. This temple's shikhar is adorned with the scenic gajmukh and vaalyan formations that are built within the Chaitya Gaavaksh. This is an amazing example of a brick-built temple in Chhattisgarh.
Distance: Siddheshwar Mandir is 42 kilometres away from Bhatapara
- Damakheda - KabeerPanthAashram
: Damakheda is a Kabirpanti pilgrimage site in the district Balodabazarâ€”Bhatapara, near Raipur, Chhattisgarh's capital. It is a little village on the Raipur-Bilaspur route, around 10 kilometers from Simga. It is regarded as the most important religious place in Kabirpantis. Visitors come from all over the world to pay their respects.GuruAgardas Swami, the 12th Guru of Kabirpanth, is said to have founded Kabir Math here 100 years ago. Kabir's tent and building have been built close to the tomb. Couplets, chaupais, and other poetic devices are used in these poems.
Distance: KabeerPanthAashram is 32 kilometres away from Bhatapara
- Son Barsa Nature Safari
: The Sonbarasa Reserve Forest, built as a Nature Safari, is located in Gram Panchayat Latua, barely three kilometers from the district capital. There is also a Deer Park nearby. People on this jungle safari can go via gypsy caravan. This is enjoyable while bicycling. Along with children's amusement, the forest department has developed a lovely setting for a picnic.
Distance: Son Barsa Nature Safari is 29 kilometres away from Bhatapara