Mungeli is a city and municipal council in Mungeli district, Chhattisgarh, India.Mungeli has a lovely year-round climate that ranges from cold to warm. It is located between Kawardha and Bilaspur.
Places to visit
: In Chhattisgarh, there are temples of gods from various sects of Hinduism, but one in Mungali is distinctive in its own right. This is the country's second Satya Narayan God temple, according to analysts. This temple, located in Malhapara, Mungeli, is similar to others; nevertheless, the statue erected in this temple is distinctive in many ways. Worshiping Lord Satyanarayan, according to scholars, satisfies the yearning. Although no one knows when the temple was erected, it is thought to be 200 years old by locals. Except for Mungeli, Lord Satyanarayan's temple is said to be at Pushkar, Rajasthan. The Lord Satyanarayan Temple is located at Malhapara (Rajendra Ward), Mungeli's district headquarters.
Distance: Satyanarayan Temple is 66 kilometres away from Mungeli
Achnakmarg Tiger Reserve
: The Sumerian Tiger Reserve, with its panoramic, natural beauty, is located in Satpura, in the Meccal Range of enormous hills, with other vegetation such as bamboo and teak. Suddena Reserve was formed in 1975 under the 1972 Wild Life Protection Act. It was designated a biosphere in 2007, and a Tiger Reserve was established in 2009. Suddenly, the Sumermar Tiger Reserve is one of the country's 39 Tiger Reserves. There are 50 distinct types of mammalian animals and over 200 different bird species can be found here, including tigers, leopards, gaurs, flying squirrels, wild pigs, bison, chilli deer, bears, hyenas, jackals, four-horned deer, and chinkara.
Distance: Achnakmarg Tiger Reserve is 76 kilometres away from Mungeli
: Mudku Island the Shivnath River divides the natural beauty in the form of an island, which is a very ancient and wonderful place. On this island, there are old Shiva temples and several architectural blocks. This island is home to two very old Shiva temples dating from the 10th and 11th centuries. One of them is in Dhanmanteshwar, and on its right side is an ancient valley in the north that drains the water. At this location, two ancient inscriptions have been discovered. The first inscription is the Brahma inscription, which dates from the third century AD. The Shankhalipi letters can be found on the Akshaya fund and the second inscription.Miniature stone crafts from prehistoric times are also available on this island. The statue of the man without a head appears to be from the 10th and 11th centuries AD in terms of building and aesthetics. Archaeological digs continue to turn up old idols from the Gupta and Calcutta civilizations. The cultural Chattrabhuji dance statue can be located in the Ganesh statue under the Bakul tree. This is the sole exquisite 11th-century statue.
Distance: Mudku Islandis 45 kilometres away from Mungeli
How to Reach
By Air -Swami Vivekananda Airport in Raipur is the nearest international airport (135 km)
By Train-Mungeli's nearest railway stations are Bilaspur, 50 kilometers distant, and Raipur, 125 kilometers away.
By Road-We can also access Mungeli District by automobile via National Highway 130A, which connects Mungeli District to Bilaspur District.