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Write a product review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified download. It is an old version Not to download.. One person found this helpful. What I wanted I got. Forests occupy Chhattisgarh is rich in minerals. It has the highest output of coal in the country with second-highest reserves. It is third in iron ore production and first in tin production. Limestone , dolomite and bauxite are abundant.
It is the only tin ore-producing state in India.
Other commercially extracted minerals include corandum, garnet , quartz , marble , alexandrite and diamonds. In recent years, Chhattisgarh is also getting exposure in information technology IT projects and consultancy. Its government is also promoting IT and has set up a body to take care of the IT solutions.
The major exports products include steel, handicrafts, handlooms, blended yarn, food and agri-products, iron, aluminium, cement, minerals and engineering products. As of Chhattisgarh state had a Human Development Index value of 0.
The national average is 0. The Standard of living in Chhattisgarh is extremely imbalanced. The cities such as Durg, Raipur, Bhilai and Bilaspur have a medium to high standard of living, while the rural and forested areas lack even the basic resources and amenities.
Raipur, The capital of Chhattisgarh is one of the fastest developing cities in India. New world class educational institutions and hospitals have already been established in the city. Chhattisgarh has an Education Index of 0.
The Average Literacy rate in Chhattisgarh for Urban regions was Total literates in urban region of Chhattisgarh were 4,, Among the marginalised groups, STs are at the bottom of the rankings, further emphasising the lack of social development in the state. Bastar and Dantewada in south Chhattisgarh are the most illiterate districts and the drop out ratio is the highest among all the districts.
The reason for this is the extreme poverty in rural areas. As per census , the State has population of This may be due to the difficulty in accessing the remote areas in the state. The prevalence of female malnutrition in Chhattisgarh is higher than the national average—half of the ST females are malnourished. The performance of SCs is a little better than the corresponding national and state average. Chhattisgarh is one of the emerging states with relatively high growth rates of net state domestic product NSDP 8.
The growth rates of the said parameters are above the national averages and thus it appears that Chhattisgarh is catching up with other states in this respect. However, the state still has very low levels of per capita income as compared to the other states. Out of total population of Chhattisgarh, The total figure of population living in urban areas is 5,, of which 3,, are males and while remaining 2,, are females. There are more than 13 million males and The sex ratio in the state is one of the most balanced in India with females per 1, males, as is the child sex-ratio with females per 1, males Census Chhattisgarh has a fairly high fertility rate 3.
It has rural fertility rate of 3. With the exception of the hilly states of the north-east, Chhattisgarh has one of highest shares of Scheduled Tribe ST populations within a state, accounting for about 10 percent of the STs in India. Scheduled Castes and STs together constitute more than 50 percent of the state's population. The tribals are an important part of the state population and mainly inhabit the dense forests of Bastar and other districts of south Chhattisgarh.
The proportion of Scheduled Castes has increased from The percentage increase in the population of the scheduled list of tribals during the — decade had been at the rate of The share of the tribal population in the entire state had been The incidence of poverty in Chhattisgarh is very high. The estimated poverty ratio in —05 based on uniform reference period consumption was around 50 per cent, which is approximately double the all India level.
The incidence of poverty in the rural and urban areas is almost the same. More than half of the rural STs and urban SCs are poor.
In general, the proportion of poor SC and ST households in the state is higher than the state average and their community's respective national averages except for rural SC households. Given that more than 50 per cent of the state's population is ST and SC, the high incidence of income poverty among them is a matter of serious concern in the state. This indicates that the good economic performance in recent years has not percolated to this socially deprived group, which is reflected in their poor performance in human development indicators.
In terms of access to improved drinking water sources, at the aggregate level, Chhattisgarh fared better than the national average and the SCs of the state performed better than the corresponding national average.
Scheduled Tribes are marginally below the state average, but still better than the STs at the all India level. Sanitation facilities in the state were abysmally low with only about 41 per cent having toilet facilities before the Swachh Bharat Mission was Launched by the Government of India. The Urban areas of Chhattisgarh attained the title of open defecation free on 2 October and the rural areas have achieved a What sets Chhattisgarh apart from other states of India is an approach to bring in behavioural change in order to get open defecation free status.
In Chhattisgarh, people don't get toilet incentives, they have to construct the toilet with their own money, after using the toilet for 3 months they are entitled for the incentive amount.
Across states, it has been found that teledensity telephone density was below 10 per cent in for Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, reflecting a lack of access to telephones in these relatively poorer states. But due to development of new technology the teledensity in is On the other hand, for states like Delhi and Himachal Pradesh and metropolitan cities like Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, teledensity was over per cent in implying that individuals have more than one telephone connection.
Chhattisgarh has an urban population of A large community of Bengalis has existed in major cities since the times of the British Raj. They are associated with education, industry and services. Religion in Chhattisgarh .
According to the census, To bring about social reforms and with a view to discourage undesirable social practices, Chhattisgarh government has enacted the Chhattisgarh Tonhi Atyachar Niwaran Act, against witchery.
Some sections of tribal population of Chhattisgarh state believe in witchcraft. As of , they are still hounded out of villages on the basis of flimsy accusations by male village sorcerers paid to do so by villagers with personal agendas, such as property and goods acquisition. According to the Christian organisation Release International , several Christians in Chhattisgarh have been attacked and killed by Hindu nationalists.
Lachhu Kashap was killed and his brother, Pastor Shuduru Kashap beaten in Mandala, and several other Christians have been beaten by mobs of up to fifty people.
When Chhattisgarh separated from Madhya Pradesh in it inherited anti-conversion laws which were further tightened in Those wishing to convert to Christianity need to submit an official affidavit, leading to an official police investigation into their reasons for converting. Punishment for contravening the regulations can be up to three years' prison or fines of up to 20, rupees.
The official languages of the state are Chhattisgarhi and Hindi. Chhattisgarhi is spoken and understood by the majority of people in Chhattisgarh. Among other languages, Odia is widely spoken by a significant number of Odia population in the eastern part of the state.
Marathi and Telugu are also spoken in parts of Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarhi was known as "Khaltahi" to the surrounding hill-people and as "Laria" to Odia speakers. In addition to Chhattisgarhi, there are several other languages spoken by the tribal people of the Bastar region , geographically equivalent to the former Bastar state , like Halbi , Gondi and Bhatri.
Chhattisgarh has a high female-male sex ratio  ranking at the fifth position among other states of India. Although this ratio is small compared to other states, it is unique in India because Chhattisgarh is the 10th-largest state in India. The gender ratio number of females per 1, males has been steadily declining over 20th century in Chhattisgarh.
But it is conspicuous that Chhattisgarh always had a better female-to-male ratio compared with national average. Probably, such social composition also results in some customs and cultural practices that seem unique to Chhattisgarh: The regional variants are common in India's diverse cultural pattern.
Rural women, although poor, are independent, better organised, socially outspoken. Most of the old temples and shrines here are related to 'women power' e. However, a mention of these progressive local customs in no way suggests that the ideology of female subservience does not exist in Chhattisgarh.
On the contrary, the male authority and dominance is seen quite clearly in the social and cultural life. Detailed information on aspects of women's status in Chhattisgarh can be found in 'A situational analysis of women and girls in Chhattisgarh' prepared in by the National Commission of Women, a statutory body belonging to government of India.
Champaran Chhattisgarh is a small town with religious significance as the birthplace of the Saint Vallabhacharya , increasingly important as a pilgrimage site for the Gujarati community. Chhattisgarh has a significant role in the life of lord Rama.
Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and his younger brother Lakshaman had started his Vanvas exile in the Bastar region more precisely Dandakaranya region of Chhattisgarh.
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They lived more than 10 of their 14 years of Vanvas in different places of Chhattisgarh. One of the remarkable place is Shivrinarayan which is nearby Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh.
Shivrinarayan was named after an old lady Shabari. When Ram visited Shabari she said "I do not have anything to offer other than my heart, but here are some berry fruits. May it please you, my Lord. When Rama was tasting them, Lakshmana raised the concern that Shabari had already tasted them and therefore unworthy of eating. To this Rama said that of the many types of food he had tasted, "nothing could equal these berry fruits, offered with such devotion.
You taste them, then alone will you know. Whomsoever offers a fruit, leaf, flower or some water with love, I partake it with great joy. The Odia culture is prominent in the eastern parts of Chhattisgarh bordering Odisha. Chhattisgarh is a storehouse of literature, performing arts and crafts—all of which derives its substance and sustenance from the day-to-day life experiences of its people. Religion, mythology, social and political events, nature and folklore are favourite motifs. Traditional crafts include painting, woodcarving, bell metal craft, bamboo ware and tribal jewellery.
Chhattisgarh has a rich literary heritage with roots that lie deep in the sociological and historical movements of the region. Its literature reflects the regional consciousness and the evolution of an identity distinct from others in Central India. Chhattisgarh is known for "Kosa silk" and "lost wax art". Besides saris and salwar suits, the fabric is used to create lehengas, stoles, shawls and menswear including jackets, shirts, achkans and sherwanis. Works by the internationally renowned sculptor, Sushil Sakhuja's Dhokra Nandi, are available at government's Shabagcrafts emporium, Raipur.
Panthi is performed on Maghi Purnima, tbla [ clarification needed ] the anniversary of the birth of Guru Ghasidas. The dancers dance around a jaitkhamb set up for the occasion, to songs eulogising their spiritual head. The songs reflect a view of nirvana , conveying the spirit of their guru's renunciation and the teachings of saint poets like Kabir , Ramdas and Dadu.
Dancers with bent torsos and swinging arms dance, carried away by their devotion. As the rhythm quickens, they perform acrobatics and form human pyramids.
Pandavani is a folk ballad form performed predominantly in Chhattisgarh. It depicts the story of the Pandavas, the leading characters in the epic Mahabharata.
The artists in the Pandavani narration consist of a lead artist and some supporting singers and musicians. There are two styles of narration in Pandavani, Vedamati and Kapalik. In the Vedamati style the lead artist narrates in a simple manner by sitting on the floor throughout the performance.
The Kaplik style is livelier, where the narrator actually enacts the scenes and characters. Padmvibhushan Tijan Bai is most popular artist of Pandwani . Raut Nacha, the folk dance of cowherds, is a traditional dance of Yaduvanshis clan of Yadu as symbol of worship to Krishna from the 4th day of Diwali Goverdhan Puja till the time of Dev Uthani Ekadashi day of awakening of the gods after a brief rest which is the 11th day after Diwali according to the Hindu calendar.
The dance closely resembles Krishna's dance with the gopis milkmaids. In Bilaspur, the Raut Nach Mahotsav folk dance festival is organised annually since Tens of hundreds of Rautt dancers from remote areas participate.
Soowa or Suwa tribal dance in Chhattisgarh is also known as Parrot Dance. It is a symbolic form of dancing related to worship.Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner. There are several opinions as to the origin of the name Chhattisgarh , which in ancient times was known as Dakshina Kosala South Kosala.
The state bird is the pahari myna , or hill myna. A Smt. Archived from the original on 11 December Retrieved 22 August