Bilaspur can be truly described as the first planned hill town of the country. Bilaspur is considered as a major attraction in Chhattisgarh with its historical importance and natural beauty. While on tour to Bilaspur you shall come across many monuments in Bilaspur which will cast a spell upon you.
If you want to explore the various monuments in Bilaspur, India it is better to reach the town by availing of railway services. The nearest broad gauge railway station is at Kiratpur Sahib and nearest narrow gauge railway station is at Shimla, which are connected by regular bus services. This apart, Bilaspur is connected to National Highways.
Among the various Bilaspur monuments, Kutaghat Dam is a popular picnic spot which is surrounded by forests and hills on the four sides. It is located 10 kms away from Ratanpur district. Another famous place is the Khadia Dam which is admired for its beauty and exquisiteness. Among the other famous monuments in Bilaspur, Ratanpur fort in Bilaspur is famous for its historical significance. It boasts of exquisite ruins and impressive architecture.
While visiting the various tourist attractions in Bilaspur, do not miss to visit the other fascinating monuments in Bilaspur. According to the Archeological Survey of India, Bilaspur features some superb monuments which deserve a special mention. Some of the most attractive and visited monuments in Bilaspur, India are Malhar Fort, Bilaspur, Kanti Deul, Whole site around Ratanpur /Ratanpur Fort, Pali inscription on slab of Jasper, Samarsal, Half ruined temple of Kesava Narayan built of bricks at Sheorinarayana, remains of a very earliest (Mahadev) temple in Tuman, Bilaspur, Chaituragarh Fort, Kotagrh Fort, Kashigarh Fort, Ajmergarh Fort, Kotmi Fort and others as well.