Prominent Festivals:-Prominent Festivals in Bilaspur

Bhagoriya festival
  • Bhagoradev ( The God of Dancing) is worshipped religiously by the people of the Bhil community.
  • People offer her a betel leaf as an expression of your love. If she accepts the token you can rest assure that she has agreed to your proposal and is equally keen on spending the rest of her life with you.
  • The eldest member of the village supervises over the ceremony.
  • Celebrated 1 week before the festival of Holi.
Bhoramdeo Festival
  • The famous king Ramachandra of the Nag dynasty who married Princess Ambika Devi of the Haiya dynasty is credited with the construction of this temple.
  • The vibrant people clad in colorful attires witness this architectural marvel.
  • The festival is of great relevance to historians and archaeologist’s.
  • Celebrated in the last week of March/April.
Chakradhar Festival
  • Dancers and musicians from different parts of the country come to this Musical Festival to display their talents.
  • A wonderful opportunity to witness the programmes of several jewels at the same time.
  • One’s interest in the field of performing arts will be all the more roused after a visit to the Chakradhar Festival.
  • Celebrated every year at the time of Ganesh Chaturthi (September – October).
Ghoncha Festival
  • The vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment that marks the Goncha Festival in Chhattisgarh is remarkable.
  • Goncha is actually a kind of fruit. The tribal people make a pistol using tukki or bamboo.
  • The intention is not to hurt each other but to just be a part of a mock encounter.
  • Celebrated at time of Rath Yatra in the month of July 
Rajim Lochan Mahotsav
  • Celebrated in the small town of Rajim located on the banks of the Mahanadi River.
  • Renowned because of its rich historical past and its varied cultural heritage.
  • A visual treat to see colorful and vibrant people at the same place. The atmosphere is very merry and cheerful.
  • Many folk artistes of exceptional caliber are a major attraction in the festival.
  • An ideal opportunity to acquaint yourself with the unique culture of this land.
  • Celebrated from 16th February to 1st March
Rajim Lochan Mahotsav
  • Celebrated in the small town of Rajim located on the banks of the Mahanadi River.
  • Renowned because of its rich historical past and its varied cultural heritage.
  • A visual treat to see colorful and vibrant people at the same place. The atmosphere is very merry and cheerful.
  • Many folk artistes of exceptional caliber are a major attraction in the festival.
  • An ideal opportunity to acquaint yourself with the unique culture of this land.
  • Celebrated from 16th February to 1st March
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