India | Chhattisgarh


Located about 65 km from Bilaspur, Shivrinarayan is a place of religious significance in Bilaspur District of Chhattisgarh.

According to legends, Shivrinarayan is the place where Lord Ram ate the 'Ber' fruit offered by a tribal lady Shabari. Uniqueness is that Lord Ram ate the fruits that had been tasted by Shabari herself. The poor and simple hearted Shabari tasted each of them just to ensure that her lord get only the sweetest of the lot.

Shivrinarayan is the confluence point of two major rivers: Mahanadi and Shivnath. Narayan Temple and Chandrachudeshwar Temple are among the ancient shrines in the area.

Shivrinarayan is easily accessible from Bilaspur. Raipur Airport and Bilaspur Junction Railway Station are the nearest access points.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Bilaspur


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