Harra Dipa is a tiny village/hamlet in the Manora Tehsil of Chattisgarh’s Jashpur District. It is part of the Harra Dipa Panchayath. It lies 22 kilometers north of Jashpur Nagar, the district headquarters. Raipur, the state capital, is 367 kilometers away.
Gwalin Sarna, located on Jashpur Kusmi Marg, is a living history museum. The fact that the idols found here are historical is obvious from the first glance. The ruins of the earliest temple and Shivling in Gwalin Sarna, near the settlement of Harra Depa, testifies to the existence of a temple here in ancient times. And, in the absence of care, the temple must have been destroyed by natural disaster. The relics and portions of the stone-carved chakras that will be installed in the dome are historical artefacts. Apart from the carved stone components in the temple, there are other little and large Shivlings that people still worship today.
Dumri Tehsil to the north, Jashpur Tehsil to the east, Kunkuri Tehsil to the south, and Chainpur Tehsil to the east surround Harra Dipa.
There are 124 members of the scheduled castes, including 62 females and 62 men. For the village, private transport services are available. A railway station is located more than 10 kilometers from the settlement.
The town becomes a must-see due to its iconic natural beauty and unpretentious inhabitants.
Khuriarani Cave is a popular travel attraction in Jashpur, Chhattisgarh. Khuriarani ki Gupha is a significant cultural site in Jashpur Nagar. The locals refer to this location as Korva Janjati, and it is located 17 kilometers from Bagicha Village. It is the most traditional way to go there; inside the hill lies the Khuria Rani Temple; the route is highly traditional for inside the hill since the cave is quite dark.
The surrounding complex is the major domicile of Oraons and tribals, as it is rich in natural resources and occupied by tribals. There are various tourist attractions in Jashpur that are excellent for nature lovers and adventurers.
There is Alaknanda Falls near Kailash Cave which makes the atmosphere there even more pleasant. This place is very good for nature lovers and religious people. The relationship with the rocks, the water, the calm atmosphere, the jumping monkeys, and the chirping of the birds bring peace to the mind and a feeling of being close to nature.
Sagorah Aghor Ashram
Jashpur Nagar is roughly 18 kilometres away from Sograh Aghor Asram. It houses the Avdhot Bhagvan shri Ram temple. Visitors have travelled from all over the world to see this historical site, and they want to learn more about Lord Aghoreswar’s life.
A tribal-run church in Kunkuri town, Jashpur district, Chhattisgarh state, North India, is not just India’s biggest in terms of audience occupancy, but also Asia’s second-largest site of Christian worship. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jashpur district.
In the year 1962, the foundation for this church was laid. Stanislas Lakda was the Bishop of Kunkuri Diocese at the time this church was completed. The foundation was created specifically to sustain this massive church structure with a single beam, and it took two years to complete. The construction of the structure took 13 years once the foundation was ready. This church was supposed to be surrounded by woodland and hills at the time, but that altered over time. The location where the church now stands has grown into a metropolis.
The Church of Kunkuri holds the title of being Asia’s second-largest church. Aside from that, there is another characteristic of this chapel that is unique in its own right. In this church, the number 7 has a unique meaning. There are seven terraces and seven doorways in this chapel. In the Catholic community, the number 7 is considered special, and there are seven days a week. God owns the seventh day. The church’s seven roofs are supported by a single beam. This church is so large that it can hold tens of thousands of people at once. This year’s Christmas festival is being held in a basic manner in the cathedral.
This is around 12 kilometres south of Jashpur Nagar and close to BadhyeeKhana Village. This location is well-known as a tourist destination, and it hosts MELA every year, especially around RamNavmi and Kartik Purnima. When the Second World War broke out in 1939, when England and Germany were attacked in very sensitive areas, the utility of this location rose, and we may still locate it now.