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The Untold Story of Dudhadari Math

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About the walk

Dudhadari Math is very important in the historical and archaeological context of Raipur. In this walk, we will explore Dudhadari Math, the oldest fort of Raipur. This monastery was built by Bhosle ruler, Raghuji, in the memory of Saint Balabhadra Das in the 16th century. This monastery is surrounded by high walls all around, with an ancient temple of various deities within. We will also discuss the famous Ram Temple closeby. This temple has many stories associated with the Ramayana and Mahabharata that have been engraved. After this, we will discuss the Balaji Temple and its history. 

During the walk, we will visit the Ram Temple, Bhalaji Temple, Sita ji ki Rasoi, Hanuman Temple, Rajband Pond and Shiva Temple.

 

This guided tour is free.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
07:45 am

Led By

Dhal Singh Dewangan

Meeting Time

07:45 AM

Meeting point

In front of Dudhadari Math, Raipur

Nearest Bus/Metro station

Police Line

About the walk

Dudhadari Math is very important in the historical and archaeological context of Raipur. In this walk, we will explore Dudhadari Math, the oldest fort of Raipur. This monastery was built by Bhosle ruler, Raghuji, in the memory of Saint Balabhadra Das in the 16th century. This monastery is surrounded by high walls all around, with an ancient temple of various deities within. We will also discuss the famous Ram Temple closeby. This temple has many stories associated with the Ramayana and Mahabharata that have been engraved. After this, we will discuss the Balaji Temple and its history. 

During the walk, we will visit the Ram Temple, Bhalaji Temple, Sita ji ki Rasoi, Hanuman Temple, Rajband Pond and Shiva Temple.

 

This guided tour is free.

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Please Note

 

  • Medium: Bilingual (Hindi/English)
  • We recommend availing public transport due to limited parking space at the meeting point.
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes and carry water.
  • Photography allowed.
  • No entry fee to the monuments.