Dangari is a hamlet in the Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, having a population of 1628 people. There are 781 males and 847 females in the population. The area is approximately 17.11 square kilometres in size. The residents of this community live in relative tranquillity. This community has a long and illustrious history. This village’s major occupation is agriculture. This village is still waiting for industrialization. This village’s key concerns include education, drinking water, roads, and electricity. These days, the younger generation is more interested in mobile, laptop, and computer technology. This village will witness true development if banks and finance organisations provide loan and other financial assistance to the residents. It is necessary to improve medical and health services.


Pandrapath is a village in the Bagicha Tehsil of Chattisgarh’s Jashpur District. It is 62 kilometres west of Jashpur Nagar, the district headquarters. Bagicha is 17 kilometres away, and Raipur, the state capital, is 344 kilometres away.

The local language of Pandrapath is Chhattisgarhi. Pandrapat Village has a total population of 5161 people and 1088 dwellings.

Dense trees and mountainous terrain cover much of the District. The village is home to numerous gorgeous waterfalls and tribe cultures, which add to the natural scent of the area.


In the northeastern Corner of Chattisgarh, India blesses the world with a spectacular piece of land submerged with the charismatic beauty of natural flora and fauna.


Jashpur, Chhattisgrah, India