Raipur is the largest city in and the capital of Chhattisgarh, India. Formerly a part of Madhya Pradesh before the state Chattisgarh separated, has its existence since 9th century. One of the ancient landmark is Hatkeshwar Mahadev temple known to be constructed by Brahmdeo Rai during 1402 A.D. at the banks of river Kharun. Raipur has metropolis area of 226 sq.km with population of 1,010,087. Raipur is sometimes referred as the “rice bowl of India” since varieties of rice are grown here. The climate here is tropical wet and dry with the temperature remaining moderate.
The city is educational hub of Chattisgarh due to many institutes of Professional Courses. Holding the premier institutes like IIM, NIT, AIIMS, IIIT and Hidayatullah National Law University with other government and private universities, Raipur is the only such city in India. Due to the attraction of large crowd of students the real estate is in a bloom phase here.Properties in Raipur costs in lacs to few crores. Investment in property in Raipur is turning out to be beneficial both view of business and housing property.
Connectivity: Raipur has Swami Vivekanand Airport also known as Mana Airport is currently serving the Chattisgarh which is 15km to the south of Raipur. Raipur is connected with most major cities via Raipur Junction Railway Station that is routed by the Howrah-Mumbai line. Raipur is connected to other cities by roadways.
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